Author Mark Aaron Robinson announces the nationwide release of his new religious book, “Walking Among the Wheat and Tares: Seeking the Hebrew Roots of Our Faith and the Hand of the Almighty (Proverbs 25:2).”
“Walking Among the Wheat and Tares” contains illustrated poems that speak about God’s hand in his creation and the people’s lives, depicting the truth, beauty, irony, humor and the human condition.
In this enlightening religious book, Robinson examines the B’rit Chadashah or the New Testament through enigmatic verse as well as the TANAKH, which is a Hebrew acronym for the Torah, the prophets and the writings. The author also confirms the Exodus story through extant Egyptian records and undeniable artifacts that still remain at the bottom of the Red Sea. Robinson educates readers of the role of the fishers in Jeremiah 16 and helps them to recognize the Messiah in the Old Testament.
These and more can be learned in every page of Robinson’s informative book.