I Am That I Am – Book Review

I recently received the book I AM THAT I AM, Tracing the Footprints of God by Judy LeBlanc from CrossLink Publishing to review. This book is much bigger than I expected at 492 pp.

I AM THAT I AM, Tracing the Footprints of God is a book that you’ve always wanted to have in your library but could never find. I AM THAT I AM provides a biblically based, theologically sound narration of all eight covenants of God—presents main themes and summaries of over forty-five of Jesus’ timeless parables—describes over fifty supernatural miracles that God executed through the hands of Jesus—and traces over fifty divine names and titles reflecting different facets of God’s nature, character, and personality. The captivating pages offer commentaries by over seventy-five renowned bible scholars, includes full color archeological images of recent excavation findings of biblical events, and historical illustrations and map images showing relevance to contemporary locations—all uniquely woven into one convenient reader-friendly volume.



I Am That I Am

I have been very impressed with I Am That I Am. I have not finished reading it yet,  but since I’ve had the book for over 30 days, I thought I’d go ahead and give you my impression so far. I’m trying not to rush through the book just to write a review, but to learn and study while reading it. That’s why it’s taking so long.

I thought  I Am That I Am, Tracing the Footprints of God was going to be a book on the names of God. While over fifty names and titles of God are traced, this book is so much more. The Table of Contents alone of this large book is three pages long. Three pages front and back, that is. So I can’t even begin to list everything covered in this book. I Am That I Am begins at, well, the beginning, with the Edenic Covenant and the Adamic Covenant. Then continues on through the Gospels and the ministry of Jesus.

Plenty of maps and charts are included to help you in your study. I liked the way the book is laid out, with the maps in the section that they pertain to, not in a special map section in the back of the book. It makes it much easier to study the maps while your reading.

I recommend I Am That I Am for anyone wanting to do a deeper study of the Bible.


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  1. “I Am” one of my favourite names for God. :)
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