The Heros of the Bible encourage you, inspire you, and help you deepen your trust in the God who still keeps all his promises, so that you might live out your faith in radical ways today.
Old Testament Blueprints are a survey of the Hebrew Scriptures approached and written in the author's own inimitable style. Each outline gives a practical review of ONE book in the Bible. Instead of reading a chapter or verse "blind", our Bible Blueprints give the reader a smaller-sized overview that includes essential context, background & perspective.
There are literally hundreds of characters in the Old and New Testaments of the Bible.
Many times the stories, people, and lessons can sometimes get confusing and mixed.
This study will help you with Each Bible character broken down individually full of the who-what-when-where-why background information.
In The Eras of the Bible, we divide the timeline into major and minor eras, which contain important Biblical events. You will study charts and graphs to go through each era and event. Each event has accompanying illustrations that visually tell the story of each key moment.
The Bible is the Word of God.
God's universal message is present from Genesis to Revelation.
Yet Amazingly, God used MANY different authors to to tell his big story.
Each author contributed to the Bible in a unique way. They each had unique personalities, perspectives, backgrounds, and writing styles. If we really want to understand the Bible, we need to understand the authors. That’s WHY we designed our Bible Authors At-A-Glance Reference Sheets. These “one page wonders” were designed to complement just about any Bible study or lesson. Each Bible Author has their own one-page "reference sheet" full of the who-what-when-where-why background information.
Geography comes from two Greek words "geo" which means 'of the earth', and "grapho" which means 'to write', and together they mean 'to write about or describe the earth.' To the ancient Greeks geography was a scientific method of describing the earth, its lands and all of its contents and details.
What is Biblical Geography?
Biblical Geography is the study of Bible lands, and an examination of the places and features that are within the boundaries of those lands. Becoming familiar with the geographical background of the ancient biblical world is essential for a better understanding of the Bible. The Bible mentions rivers, mountains, details about topography, and even nations and empires that all had geographical boundaries.
The 66 Books of the Bible can be split into nine sections: Law; Old Testament Narrative; Wisdom Literature; Major Prophets; Minor Prophets; New Testament
The two things missing from most Bible lessons are PLACEMENT & CONTEXT.
Our Books of the Bible Reference Sheets were designed to provide context to each of the 66 books of the Bible.
Each book has it's own one-page "review sheet" full of the who-what-when-where-why background information. Each provide a necessary background to frame how a particular book fits into God's historic story.
The Old Testament is the original Hebrew Bible written between 1200 to 165 B.C. and is considered sacred to the Jewish faith. The Old Testament covers the first two-thirds of the Christian Bible. It contains 39 books. The first five books on religious law including Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. This study will help you understand the make up of the Old Testament
The New Testament is a collection of 27 Christian texts written in the first and early second centuries CE. It is about half the size of the Old Testament.
The New Testament (often abbreviated "NT") includes four accounts of Jesus' life and ministry (the Gospels), an account of the Apostles' ministry after Jesus' death (the Acts of the Apostles), letters attributed to the Apostle Paul and other early church leaders (the epistles), and a book of apocalyptic prophecy (Revelation). The books of the New Testament are ordered by type of writing, not chronologically. this study will help you understand the make up of the New Testament.
Comparison of the Old and New Testaments have been confusing for many.
In this study we will look at the scope of the testaments. The New is comprised primarily of a historically unique genre called “Gospels” and a list of letters, at least one of which includes an extensive apocalyptic section.
The New describes the life and times of a singular individual and the followers he commissioned to proclaim his message of salvation.
A biblical canon or canon of scripture is a set of texts (or "books") which a particular religious community regards as authoritative scripture. ... Believers consider canonical books as inspired by God or as expressive of the authoritative history of the relationship between God and his people. This study will show you how our "Bible" came to be.
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