Self Guided Tour Of The Bible
This easy-to-read full color handbook gives you a big-picture view of the Bible to set you up for a lifetime of Bible learning. Quickly get a firm grasp of key Bible foundations that will give you a clearer understanding of God and his Word than ever before! Discover: Bible history and culture, people and characters in the Bible, major themes of every book, seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, and applying biblical truths to today’s world. Includes over 200 charts, time lines, maps, and pictures. 256 pp, trade paperback, 7 x 9.5 inches.
Understanding the Bible has never been easier! Whether it’s your first time picking up the Bible or you read it cover to cover every year, the Self-Guided Tour Of The Bible will have you looking at the Bible with fresh eyes in moments! In just 9 illustrated chapters, explore:
Introduction to the Bible
*A Quick Overview of the Bible (Including Bible reliability)
*A Time Line of Bible History
*Jesus throughout the Bible (See how the Old Testament points to Christ)
Essentials of the Bible
*Basic Bible Geography (Includes topographical maps)
*Overview of 100 People and Characters in the Bible
*A Simple Overview of the 66 Bible Books (and study tips)
Why Study the Bible?
*Jesus’ Life and Teachings
*Heaven, Hell, and Eternity
*The 8 Major Themes in the Bible-Salvation in Christ, Living by Faith, God’s Sovereignty, and more!
You know it’s important to read God’s Word: we read the Bible to get to know the Author himself, but it’s an intimidating book! With 66 books and around 800,000 words, the Bible is massive and complicated with history, names, and events. Where do you start? How should you read some of the miraculous events and interesting characters? The Self-Guided Tour Of The Bible answers these questions and many more! Tap into the incredible depth and wonder of God’s Word with every page of the Self-Guided Tour Of The Bible.
What makes the Self-Guided Tour Of The Bible unique?
Unlike other Bible guides and commentaries, the Self-Guided Tour Of The Bible tells you everything you need to know using clear summaries, easy-to-read overviews, maps, charts, and time lines. Several key features make the Self-Guided Tour Of The Bible the clear and easy choice-
*Simple easy-to-use format
*Highly visual (includes over 200 charts, time lines, maps, and pictures)
*Full color (it makes an attractive gift!)
*Convenient index for quick reference
*Flexible-start anywhere in any order
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In stock (additional units can be purchased)
SKU (ISBN): 9781628623550
Binding: Cloth Text
Published: September 2016
Publisher: Rose Publishing
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