Biblical Throne Games

| 20 Feb 2018 | 04:22

TUXEDO PARK — On Sunday, Feb. 25, at 2 p.m., the Tuxedo Park Library will host Bill Lemanski in a "Book Talk" interview with local author, Peter Feinman, author of "Jerusalem Throne Games: Bible Story Battles after the Death of David."
Feinman establishes a connection between six stories from Genesis, the politics of the time, and the views of the authors. As apparent in the multi-party city of Jerusalem in the time after the death of David, political sides were bolstered by stories.
Space is limited. Register on the library’s online calendar at
About the authorPeter Feinman is founder and president of the Institute of History, Archaeology and Education, a non-profit organization which provides enrichment programs for schools, professional development program for teachers, public programs including leading Historyhostels and Teacherhostels to the historic sites in the state, promotes county history conferences, the development of Paths through History, and a Common Core Curriculum that includes local and state history.
About the interviewerBill Lemanski  is a Vietnam combat veteran, with an engineering background in the nuclear power industry. He’s worked as a freelance journalist in the Hudson Valley, held public office as a councilman and served as a police commissioner in the Town of Tuxedo.
Book Talks with Bill Lemanski, author of Adventures in Distant and Remote Places, Lost in the Shadow of Fame, and Murder in Tuxedo Park, are recurring events highlighting a different local author each time.