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High-profile tweets pushing ‘Etched in Stone’ book

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WASHINGTON – A new book touting “archeological discoveries that prove the Bible” has gotten a boost from some high-profile tweets in recent days.

First it was former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich promoting “Etched in Stone” by Lisette Bassett-Brody to his million-plus Twitter feed. That was followed by one from Gov. Mike Huckabee who had this to say: “Think the Bible is full of nonsense? Do you have the courage to confront archeological evidence? Only if U have an open mind, check out Lisette Bassett-Brody’s new book.”

The Twitter barrage has helped lift “Etched in Stone” to the top of the Amazon charts.

Here’s what Gingrich tweeted last week: “There’s a great new book out that shows how God’s word is not a fairytale. It’s called, ‘Etched in Stone,’ and it displays more than 60 archeological discoveries that prove the


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