‘Letters from Noah’ Brings Noted Bible Figure Alive Using Fiction

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Readers gain wisdom and insight into biblical interpretation of modern life in Ralph L. Tilley’s new book

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Noah is a paramount example for our age of a person who walked with God and lived righteously in a corrupt environment.

Author Ralph L. Tilley imagines what biblical figure Noah would have to say to a modern-day pastor in his new Christian novel, “Letters from Noah” (published by CrossBooks).

“I have always been fascinated with this man – the only household head and preacher – who walked with God while surrounded with unprecedented evil,” Tilley explains. “Noah is a paramount example for our age of a person who walked with God and lived righteously in a corrupt environment.”

“Letters from Noah” imagines that Noah is writing a series of letters – 36 in all – to a pastor named Christopher. Filled with lessons and reflections, the letters cover a wide variety of subject matter. Tilley is hopeful that readers will find their faith strengthened and discover a new dedication to Christ in the pages of this inspirational new book.

Praise for “Letters from Noah”:

“Ralph I. Tilley has reclaimed a classic style of Christian inspirational literature. Once again we somehow hear the voice of righteous Noah, who reminds us of the ancient values he lived by and that we need to take to heart, as we live among our own evil generation. These delightful letters bring strength and encouragement, because they are rooted in Scripture and conveyed in a plainspoken yet eloquent style.”

—Pastor Jim Cymbala, author, “Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire

Letters from Noah
By Ralph I. Tilley
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 168 pages | ISBN 9781462726325
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 168 pages | ISBN 9781462726301
E-Book | 168 pages | ISBN 9781462726318
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Ralph I. Tilley has served as a pastor, the editor of Life in the Spirit journal and a professor of New Testament studies. He earned a doctorate at Trinity Theological Seminary and is engaged in a writing ministry. He and his wife, Emily, reside in Sellersburg, Ind. Tilley is also the author of “Thirsting for God” and “The Mind of Christ.”

CrossBooks, a division of LifeWay Christian Resources of the Southern Baptist Convention, is a Christian publishing imprint committed to bringing more Christian voices into the publishing industry. Established authors, first-time authors, and authors anywhere in between can meet their goals and fulfill their vision for their books by publishing with CrossBooks. CrossBooks’ innovative style of publishing blends the best of traditional and self-publishing. While our authors contribute monetarily to cover the cost of publishing, we maintain a strict moral and quality standard that every manuscript must meet for us to publish. For more information on publishing your Christian book with CrossBooks, log on to crossbooks.com or call 1-866-879-0502.

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