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Magi Journey | Assyria

The book project began in 2013. Magi Journey – Assyria is the first of a three-book series. Two things inspired this series. First is the lack of historical fiction covering the events in the Middle East from 734 to 500 BC. The first book will cover the prophets of Judah, and military campaigns during that period, which carry out God’s judgments on Israel and Judah.

Magi Journey Book By Terry Garner
Now Available on Amazon

Magi Journey | Assyria

The book project began in 2013. Magi Journey – Assyria is the first of a three-book series. Two things inspired this series. First is the lack of historical fiction covering the events in the Middle East from 734 to 500 BC. The first book will cover the prophets of Judah, and military campaigns during that period, which carry out God’s judgments on Israel and Judah.

The Magi Journey Book By Terry Garner

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The first of three books!

The first book Magi Journey – Assyria will cover the prophets of Judah, and military campaigns during that period, which carry out God’s judgments on Israel and Judah. Those campaigns include the Aram/Ephraim campaign, and the Assyrian campaigns of the Syro-Ephraimite war, 734 to 732 BC, and the campaign against Judah in 701 BC. The second motivation is to show the integration between the Old and New Testaments. The single overriding theme of both testaments is the coming of the King of Kings, mankind’s Redeemer and Savior. The prophecy of Isaiah in chapter 53:3 of the suffering servant, “He was despised and rejected by men, a man of sorrows and acquainted with grief,” is just one of many clear prophecies concerning Jesus, which link the two testaments. Both testaments are critical and necessary for the believer to achieve a knowledge of God and his plan of redemption.

Terry Garner Author Of Magi Journey - Assyria
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Terry Garner

Former Marine, Manufacturing/Finance executive turned writer. I have a passion for Scripture, with a focus on the OT prophets.

I taught in our college ministry for 15 years, and have written commentaries on Isaiah and Judges. One of my writing missions is to reinforce the message that all scripture is about Jesus Christ. The plan of redemption is in Genesis through Revelations. You cannot have the New Testament without the Old Testament. I pray the Magi Journey series will help make history come alive for the reader as they meet the prophets, and see judgment and redemption fulfilled through the eyes of the Magi.

I believe Scripture is inerrant in its original autographs, and it is sufficient. I believe in amago de, that mankind is unique and is made in the image of God.

Magi Journey Book Series

The Magi Journey Book By Terry Garner

Magi Journey - Assyria

Magi Journey - Babylon

Magi Journey - Persia

I hope you enjoy reading the story as much as I have enjoyed writing the story!

- Terry Garner
Magi Journey

The Project

The three-book series of the Chaldean Magi Family from 734 BC in Nineveh, Assyria to Bethlehem in Judah in year zero, is a series titled Magi Journey.

The three books center on the prophecies of Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Daniel. Prophecies of judgment and redemption are seen through the eyes of the Chaldean Magi. The story in the series is told by the Magi, who see the star of the Messiah and journey from Persepolis, Persia, to Bethlehem. The Family has two storytellers who teach the Family’s children each evening. The teachers, Rahim and Pari, unroll the ancient scrolls written by their ancestors and teach the children. The scrolls tell the story of their involvement with the prophets and how the Family became secret believers and followers of YAHWEH.

It also tells the story of the Magi who served in the Assyrian and Babylonian armies as they carried out the judgments on Israel and Judah.