Yes, good recommendation for those that want to walk that connecting path. Prof. Lee has several books on that regard. I think I have all of them. And also Murphy, as Frank points out. McCaffree though is more specific in detail and is almost 500 pages of anecdotal minutia such as:
Originally Posted by abdiel
I mean, whereas Lee's books are more from a contemporary Christian doctrine POV, McCaffree is that plus encyclopaedic biblical and historical connections a la Indiana Jones...
"The name given about four hundred years later during Moses leadership to the collective families of Dan was Shuham (shoo-khawm'), the people known as shoo-khawmee'. Because Moses' blessing calls Dan " lion's whelp" this opens up a possibility of allusion being intended to both Chinese and Egyptian. In Chinese is a relevant term with a sound similar to shoo. It is shih, "a lion." This graphic combined with another shih refers to the "stone lions at entrance gates." In Egypt one member of the Great Company of the Gods of Heliopolis was Shu. Shu was une of the Twin Lion-gods, the other being Tefnut. Budge observed that
As the god of the space which exist between the earth and the sky, Shu was represented under the form of a god who held up the sky with his two hands, one supporting at the place of sunrise, and the other at the place of sunset... In a picture given by Lanzone he grasps in his left hand a scorpion, a serpent, and a hawk-headed sceptre. [GoE, v.2, p 89]