ROSE BOOK OF BIBLE CHARTS, MAPS and TIME LINES. The 2007 #1 Bible Reference book according in the CBA Core InventoryNow you can have 180 pages of fantastic full-color Bible charts, maps, and time lines in one spiral bound book. Reproducible. If you bought all of these charts separately, you would pay more than $250.
"Full-color Bible charts, illustrations and time lines on the history and reliability of the Bible, Old and New Testament topics, and comparisons of cults and religions with Christianity"--Provided by publisher.
Rose Book of Bible and Christian History Time Lines is one of the top Bible timelines sold through Christian bookstores. It includes 20 feet of time lines in one beautiful hard-bound book! Compare Bible history, world history, and Middle Eastern rulers and empires side by side. Then unfold this giant Bible Timeline poster and put it up on the wall or down the church hallway. This dramatic timeline is guaranteed to grab people's attention in Bible study and adult Sunday school.This incredible Bible timeline not only covers events from Genesis to Revelation, it also covers all of church history, including the expansion of Christianity, and persecution of Christians around the world, as well as the history of Bible translation.
Deluxe Then and Now® Bible Map eBook Deluxe Then and Now® Bible Map eBook includes full-color Bible maps that show modern cities and countries. Now you can see where Bible places are today. This is the deluxe version of the #1 Bible Atlas.. It includes twice as many pages as the original version. The best-selling Deluxe Then and Now® Bible Map Book brings new relevance to your studies and teaching, and compares Bible locations with modern-day sites. Tell Bible stories and lead studies while presenting today's geography. Here are some examples: • Daniel was taken as POW to Iraq (where the ruins of Babylon are today south of Baghdad) and lived there the rest of his life • The ruins of Nineveh are in Northern Iraq near Mosul in Kurdish areas • The wise men were probably from Iran or Saudi Arabia • Queen Esther's throne was less than 300 miles northeast of Kuwait City Deluxe Then and Now® Bible Maps uses larger, easier-to-read type than most Bible atlases. The maps include: • The Middle East during Old Testament Times • Map of the Assyrian Empire at three different time periods • The Holy Land during the time of the Old Testament (12 Tribes) • The Holy Land with territory of Kings Saul, David, and Solomon. • The Holy Land showing the United and Divided Kingdoms • Map of the Babylonian Kingdoms and Persian Empire • The Holy Land during the time of Jesus (and a list of where Jesus walked) • Paul's Journeys (Roman Empire at AD 60) Deluxe Then and Now® Bible Maps also includes these maps: • List of Paul's journeys and routes • Chart of Paul's letters (date, where written, and to whom) • Abraham's Journeys (2 maps) • Jacob's Journeys • Joseph's Journey to Egypt • The Exodus and Wilderness Wanderings • The Tabernacle layout (birds-eye view) • Map of Jerusalem at the time of Kings David and Solomon • Map of Jerusalem at the Time of Jesus • Tomb of Jesus • Chart of major and minor prophets, location, to whom they prophesied • Kingdoms of Daniel 2 • New Testament and Old Testament Time Line • Journeys of Peter and Philip • Expansion of Christianity in the Roman Empire
"The Tyndale Reference Library offers only the best of biblical scholarship in a friendly format." -- Back Cover
This Self-Guided Tour of the Bible will give you a good basic understanding of what the Bible is all about. Loaded with over a hundred full-color pictures, maps, charts, and time lines, this book will help you navigate through the Bible. Written in a fascinating and easy-to-use way, you'll enjoy having quick overviews at your fingertips! It features: Simple summaries for all 66 books of the Bible, key themes in the Bible that help you grasp the "big picture", 100 people in the Bible everyone should know, Stunning maps with vivid descriptions of Bible lands, Time line of world and Bible events side by side, Jesus: his life, death, and resurrection... plus his message and miracles, Go at your own pace. You can start and stop anywhere in this book. Discover how the Bible was written not only for people long ago, but every page of God's Word has something to say to you today! Book jacket.
Rose Guide to End-Times Prophecy - An easy-to-understand overview of Bible prophecy from several viewpoints. Visuals, charts, and an explanation of the Book of Revelation and Other Bible Prophecies. The Rose Guide to End Time Prophecy is an easy-to-understand overview that examines key portions of Scripture and explains different ways that Christians have interpreted end times prophecy. Simple charts and illustrations help you see the whole picture. Includes explanations of and charts/diagrams for - • Book of Revelation - four ways Christians interpret it. • Book of Daniel - the statues, beasts, goats, and the 70 weeks. And three ways to interpret the 70 weeks • Four main Christian views of the end times: Pre-Mil, Post-Mill, A-Mill and Historical Pre-Mill • Terms in the Book of Revelation: the Beasts, 666, Millennium, Antichrist, Armageddon, and Tribulation • A Dispensational time line chart compared with two other Christian views of God's work with Israel • Jesus' teachings in Matthew 24, known as the Olivet Discourse, and two ways of understanding each passage (wars, rumors of wars, tribulation, earthquakes, etc.). • Two views of the Temple in the End Times • Ezekiel's Temple vision - 4 ways of understanding it • Important beliefs about the end times that all Christians hold This ebook will give you confidence as you look at the Bible and at events in today's newspapers. You will be better informed and will have a Christ-centered, biblically based view of Jesus' second coming. Award-winning author Dr. Timothy Paul Jones has bachelors and masters degrees in biblical literature and pastoral ministry, as well as a doctorate in educational leadership. He is a professor at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY. In 2010 he won the ECPA Christian Book of the Year award in the Christian Education category for Christian History Made Easy. Staff comments "I like the Rose Guide to End Times Prophecy because it levels the playing field. It shows options of how to interpret prophecies in the Bible rather than saying, "This is the only way Christians believe." It has a balanced approach, which is better for small group study. It just lays out the facts of how Christians over the centuries have understood these passages." - Glen, Customer Service Manager "Stunning art and fantastic side-by-side comparison charts. The explanations and diagrams in this book make the Bible passages clear. Some end-times prophecies in the Bible were a mystery even to the biblical writers. No wonder people have varying interpretations today. It's good to survey what Bible scholars think about each Bible verse, rather than having just one viewpoint pushed on you." - Gene, Operations Manager "This book does an amazing job in clarifying and comparing the different Christian views. It's very insightful and highly visually appealing." - Sergio, Design Director "Rose Guide to End Times Prophecy gave me choices. It showed the different ways of understanding the Book of Daniel and Revelation. And it helped me know what each viewpoint really teaches. A lot of people know only one part of a view, but they don't understand all the rest of the beliefs that go along with that view." - Gretchen, Publisher Endorsements from Seminary and Bible College Professors In the midst of eschatological debates and arguments, this book [Rose Guide to End Times Prophecy] provides a refreshingly fair and irenic approach to a difficult and sensitive topic. It will certainly help the reader understand the breadth of theological issues involved in discussing the end times. Most importantly, it places the reader's attention on the issue the Scriptures emphasizes: the glory of God and His faithfulness to His Word. Having this biblical perspective makes this book a must read for those in the church to rightly grasp the content and beauty of eschatology. Dr. Abner Chou, The Master's College, Santa Clarita, CA It doesn't take long for a discussion of the end times to get kooky, hyper-complex, or both. If you're afraid to talk about the last days because you're afraid you'll wind up gazing at byzantine prophecy charts or listening to someone talk about how you ought to be storing up food and weapons, this book is for you. Timothy Paul Jones, one of the most brilliant scholars in the Christian world, takes the words of Jesus seriously, all of them, including the ones about the end. He takes them so seriously that he refuses to hide them under a bushel of scholarly jargon or of sensationalistic hype. Read and be blessed. Russell D. Moore, Provost, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Kudos to Dr. Timothy Paul Jones – he has taken a difficult subject and presented it concisely, clearly, and colorfully. Jones’s book offers the fruit of scholarship and research in such a way that both scholar and non-scholar alike can read and profit. He is eminently measured and fair in his presentation of the various views that Christians have held on prophecy and the future. I especially appreciate how Jones allows the reader to see representative views, on topic after topic, speak for themselves. Here is the book [Rose Guide to End-Times Prophecy] that I will want close at hand when I preach or teach biblical passages relating to the future. Guy Prentiss Waters, Associate Professor of New Testament, Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, MS It seems that the Christian interest in the end times will never end. Unfortunately, much confusion reigns within the various evangelical camps regarding what the other camps believe. If you are interested in really understanding the several evangelical approaches to the end times this study is a must! Dr. Jones knows his material well and presents it clearly. I highly commend Dr. Jones for his intelligent, fair, and practical presentation of theFour Views of the End Times. Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr., Th.D. Author, He Shall Have Dominion and Before Jerusalem Fell A Professor tells why he is choosing Rose Guide to End-Times Prophecy I was sent a copy of the book Rose Guide to End-Times Prophecy with the request to consider writing an endorsement for it. Quite frankly, I had no desire to do so, as I quit reading books on prophecy when I graduated from Bible College over 35 years ago. You see, while in college I backed up with Scripture, to my satisfaction, several contradictory views on how to interpret the book of Revelation. That resulted in me laying aside the whole area of end-time prophecy and saying I am going to focus instead on discipling nations, as commanded by Jesus. I figured, eschatology was obviously ambiguous, and to fight and argue over interpretations was unprofitable to the furthering of the administration of God, which is by faith (1 Tim. 1:4). However, when I first glanced at this book, I was struck by the full color charts on almost every page. I love charts, as so much information can be communicated so clearly in such a small amount of space. They captured my eyes, were easy to read and laid out multiple views of eschatology side by side, without feeling a need to judge any of them. Instead they simply showed the key unique emphases of each interpretative view along with its scriptural basis. As I began to read I really got excited. Timothy Paul Jones was not putting anyone down. He was not judging or condemning or insisting his view was right and everyone else was wrong. As a matter of fact, he was not even stating what his view was. He was simply, honestly and clearly presenting the four major views of Revelation in a clear, concise, orderly manner. So then I asked myself, but why even care about these four different ways of interpreting the book of Revelation? And as I turned to the next page (page 72), the author asked the question, "Why does it matter?" obviously fully in tune with his reading audience (which is something I absolutely love about the book). Then he gives the best answer to that question I have ever heard. It is so we know and appreciate the historical positions the church has held on the book of Revelation, so we can be informed and so we can learn to respect and honor those who hold positions different from ours. Well this is refreshing, and as God has been telling me that I need to honor all people. In my early Christian life, I was trained to judge and put down everyone who held a view different than mine, so I destroyed the unity of the body of Christ, because of my theological beliefs on things which were not essential to the message of salvation by faith in our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. This is an outstanding book, which clearly and simply lays out four differing views of end-time prophecy, providing scriptural support for each, showing the unique approaches each view takes, and encouraging you to understand and not judge those who disagree with you. Finally we can honor and love all people (1 Pet. 2:17) as we consider various views of interpreting end time prophecy. What a gift to the body of Christ. Thank you
From the earliest evidence of humankind in Palestine to the establishment of the kingdoms of Judah and Israel, the ministry of Jesus, and the rise of the Christian Church, the richly illustrated HarperCollins Atlas of Bible History brings the Bible to life in all its geographical context. Detailed biblical references, timelines, and suggestions for further reading accompany each period of biblical history, conveying a tangible sense of the land, events, and people portrayed in the world's most famous book. With more than 100 full-color maps, timelines, and expert explanations, this superlative reference work will enable readers to more fully appreciate and understand the Bible and its stories. The HarperCollins Atlas of Bible History features: Over 100 full-color geographical and topographical maps The latest archaeological information, floor plans, city plans, illustrations, and artistic recreations of ancient life Charts, graphs, statistics, informative sidebars, and more Detailed biblical references Timelines that place each section of the Bible in its historical context Web site recommendations for further interactive study
In the late afternoon sunlight, the Temple Mount in Jerusalem is one of the most breathtaking places in the world. This was the site of Solomon's great Temple, a "house of prayer for all people" - the center of worship and celebration. Rose Guide to the Temple is a full-color Christian ebook that provides a complete easy-to-understand overview of the history of the Temple in Jerusalem. If you enjoy studying God's Word, you will love the fact that Rose Guide to the Temple answers many questions about how the Temple looked during biblical times. Bible scholars and professors will enjoy the well-annotated text. The author is archaeologist and professor Dr. Randall Price, who has spent more than 30 years exploring the Holy Land and studying the Temple. Rose Guide to the Temple has 150 images, charts, diagrams, photos, and illustrations, many of which have never published before, and covers the important events and people in the history of the Temple from Abraham to modern day, including: •Pre-Temple Sanctuaries (The Garden of Eden and the Tabernacle) •The First Temple -Solomon's Temple, King David, King Solomon, directions for the "House of the Lord" •The Temple Complex-The Courtyard, Brazen Altar, Molten Sea, Bronze Basins •The Holy Place-Golden Lampstand, Table of the Bread of the Presence, Altar of Incense •Holy of Holies-The Veil, Ark of the Covenant, Cherubim •Eight purposes of the Temple •Priestly duties •Feasts of the Bible •Destruction of the Temple •Time line of the Temple (there are 5 detailed time lines in this book) •The Second Temple-Zerubbabel's Temple •The Second Temple Expanded-Herod's Temple •The gates, porches, and courts of the Temple •The Temple's importance at Jesus' time •Destruction of the Second Temple by the Romans •History of the Temple Mount during the Roman and Byzantine Periods •Islamic Period and Dome of the Rock •From the Crusades to the Modern Era •Political struggle for the Temple Mount •The Future Temple-Ezekiel's Temple •The Temple Scroll •The New Jerusalem
|Author||: Gospel Light|
|Publisher||: Gospel Light|
|Release Date||: 1997-04-10|
|ISBN 10||: 9780830719389|
|Pages||: 288 pages|
From very simple visuals to detailed drawings, the graphics in the Reproducible Maps, Charts Timelines & Illustrations will enhance understanding of the Bible for Teachers and student alike. It enhances learning with maps, charts, graphs outlines, key verses and time lines that clarify and deepen Bible understanding. The pages are perforated for easy in reproducing overhead transperancies, visual learning aids and student handouts in a Bible study or Sunday school class. A study outline for each Bible book includes a theme, key verses, key thoughts and a time line.
The NEW and EXPANDED Edition of the best-selling Deluxe Then and Now Bible Maps! With more than 30 new pages of highly detailed relief maps, full-color illustrations, and diagrams, this book lets you see where places of the Bible are today. The clear plastic overlays show modern cities and countries on top of beautifully rendered relief Bible maps.This new edition has the same great content as the original book, plus so much more. All updated modern geography and an attractive new look to the Bible maps. Key points and features: 8 clear plastic overlays show modern places on top of Bible maps Spiral binding allows pages to lie flat when open Uses a larger, easier-to-read type than most Bible atlases Reproducible for classroom use What's NEW in this edition?Old and New Testament Bible Maps: Greek and Roman Empires Routes into the Promised Land Where Jesus Walked in Galilee Seven Churches of Revelation Bible Charts and Time Lines: Exodus Judges of Israel Ark of the Covenant Twelve Tribes of Israel Twelve Disciples Maps for Bible Stories: David Samson Ruth Elijah and Elisha Jesus' Journey to the Cross Plus all the maps are updated with a fresh new look!Hardcover, fully reproducible, approx. 72 pages, 9 1/2 x 11 1/4 inches, ISBN 9781628628593.Discover Fascinating Facts The book of Revelation begins with seven letters to seven churches. Those churches were located in cities near each other in modern-day Turkey. In the book of Ruth, Naomi and her family leave Bethlehem to escape a famine and they migrate to Moab. The land of Moab is located in modern-day Jordan. God sent Jonah to preach to Nineveh, which lies on the outskirts of modern-day Mosul, Iraq. When Moses fled Egypt he went to the land of Midian, which is in modern-day Saudi Arabia.
Nelson's Complete Book of Bible Maps and Charts is completely updated and packed full of visual aids that offer a deeper understanding of the Bible. By using the large, reproducible maps, charts, tables, and surveys, you can visualize the events, places, and people in the Old and New Testaments. Whether you teach a Sunday school class, lead a Bible study, or just want to get to know the Bible better, this resource is a great addition to your study library.