Bible Surveyor Handbook : A 15-Lesson Overview of the Entire Bible
The Bible is not written in chronological order. That is, if you read through the Bible from cover to cover, you'll jump around through different periods of history. And some events are repeated in different books, written by different authors, to different audiences, and for different purposes. This is one of the things that can make the Bible seem difficult or confusing. Being able to place the events you are reading about in their correct historical context helps you understand what you're reading. In 15 lessons, we're going to walk through the pages of history to gain a better perspective on how the parts of the Bible flow as one continuous storyline of what God is doing in the world. This Bible Surveyor Handbook provides an easy-to-understand overview of the entire Bible. At the end of each lesson, there are two suggested reading tracks: one for beginners who want to survey the Bible and one for intermediate students who want to explore the Bible more thoroughly. In addition, the suggested readings for each lesson may be downloaded in a convenient chart that can be printed and inserted in your Bible. You may download your free PDF of "101 Readings to Survey the Bible" or "Bible Explorer Readings" at www.ChristyBower.com in the "Downloads" section. And you never know what else you might find there.
- Paperback | 70 pages
- 127 x 203 x 4mm | 77g
- 25 Feb 2014
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
About Christy Bower
I have a Master of Arts in Biblical Studies from Multnomah Biblical Seminary (2004). I am the author of twenty books, including: Best Friends with God (2010), Devotion Explosion (2007), the 12-volume series of Crossword Bible Studies, and the youth fantasy Dragon Hollow trilogy. I have written numerous articles for Christian publications, as well as writing web content for clients. And, in January 2011, God set me on the path of full-time writing ministry, which has enabled me to focus on creating Bible resources to help others grow in their faith.