What the Bible is All About Bible Handbook by Henrietta C. MearsWOW! This is my third What the Bible is All About and this is wonderful. The book is compact enough to carry with me in my bible bag so that it is handy for use in my Sunday School class and Youth girls class (I also carry What the Bible is All About young explorers edition for my Sunday School class). When we recieved this in the mail my two sons (age 3 and 7) sat down on the couch and began looking at it. As with all the books in this edition it is extremely thourough in the breakdown of each book. I really enjoyed the fact that it also includes a reading plan for reading the bible through in one or two years. A description of the purpose and historical setting of each book is given. Then the book is grouped into like themed chapters and are explained. My boys loved the color pictures while I enjoyed the very detailed and descriptive maps. I found it to be a useful resource, but also an excellent supplement to bible study. I am working through Psalms with my children and found the information in this book to be very helpful. I think it would be excellent for the home school parent who is teaching bible as part of the curriculum. This book is a place that children can go to search out biblical facts and to strengthen their knowledge of the scriptures and purpose behind each book. Knowing the history and circumstances surrounding a book of scripture often brings clearer meaning to that scripture making it easier to apply it to ones life. You do not have to be a theological seminary student to understand, enjoy and benefit from this book - it is written at a very basic level and meant to be used by everyday people like me who long to have a deeper meaning of the Holy Word.
Thank you Regal Publishing for this review copy.
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This method is just one to consider. If you need help getting started, this particular method is great for beginners but can be geared toward any level of study. As you become more comfortable studying God's Word, you will begin to develop your own techniques and discover favorite resources that will make your study very personal and meaningful. You've taken the biggest step by getting started. With this method, you will study an entire book of the Bible. If you've never done this before, start with a small book, preferably from the New Testament. The book of James , Titus, 1 Peter, or 1 John are all good choices for first-timers.
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Search for a title, author or subject This user—friendly guide makes it easier than ever to plant the Word in your heart and mind! This has to be one of the greatest Christian books published in the 20th Century. It combines accessibility with theological depth as every book of the Bible is introduced, outlined and analysed. I have had 3 editions, two have worn out and the current one is often referred to. I commend this to be read by non—Christians, young Christians and those who have been walking with the Lord for many years. There are a number of trusted books I tend to turn to when studying the Bible, and this is about to be added to the list!