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- Baker Atlas of Christian History, The
The first of the 60 maps accompany text that introduces the geography of Palestine and the book continues from there, sharing through maps and textual commentary such details as travel routes, land allocations, battle campaigns... No matter what Old or New Testament story interests you, the odds are good that you will find maps, explanatory text, and perhaps even photos, drawings or graphs to help you in your search for knowledge. The text entries share geographical and historical information that is often accompanied by notes about archeological findings and other items of interest.
- Bible Explorer's Guide: How to Understand and Interpret the Bible
by John Phillips
This practical guide to Bible study, written by an experienced Bible scholar and professional Bible school teacher, will equip any layperson with the tools needed for effective Bible study. Divided into two primary sections-ground rules for handling God's Word and practical helps for incorporating the principles-this book is a comprehensive and indispensable resource for any student of Scripture.
- Bible Overview Chart: Laminated Timeline/Chart, The
By Kenneth E. Malberg.
"...one terrific Bible study aid, whether you are a Sunday school or homeschool teacher or using it for personal study! Essentially, the chart enables one to continually keep the part being studied within the framework of the entire Bible. It is a "blueprint" if you will."
- Bible Reader's Companion, The
by Lawrence O. Richards.
The reference book that provides you with introductions and out-lines, summaries, cross-references, definitions, explanations of difficult passages, archeological reports, Bible customs, charts, realistic art, and much more!
- Chronological and Background Charts of the New Testament
by H. Wayne House
This book illustrates all aspects of the chronology, historical background, and criticism of the New Testament, covering such topics as weights and measures, social structures, theories of the history of the text, and the history of Rome and Palestine.
- Chronological and Background Charts of the Old Testament
by John H. Walton
This volume is a revised, updated, and expanded edition of a very popular tool for pastors, teachers, and students for the study of the Old Testament.
- Chronology of the Old Testament, The
by Floyd Nolen Jones
Following Master Books’s release and unprecedented sales of Ussher’s The Annals of the World, the release of this amazing book had to be next. The Chronology of the Old Testament has one goal to accomplish: to demonstrate "that every chronological statement contained in the Sacred Writ is consistent with all other chronological statements contained therein." The author carefully and thoroughly investigates the chronological and mathematical facts of the Old Testament, proving them to be accurate and reliable. This biblically sound, scholarly, and easy-to-understand book will enlighten and astound its readers with solutions and alternatives to many questions Bible scholars have had over the centuries.
Were there 66, 70, or 75 "souls" in Egypt when Jacob arrived? Were the Hebrews in Egypt for 430 years, or a shorter length of time? How long did Jacob have to wait before marrying the first of Laban’s daughters, and how long did he wait for the second? What year was Christ born? With reliable explanatory text, charts, and diagrams, this book provides a systematic framework of the chronology of the Bible from Genesis through the life of Christ.
- Consider the Lilies: Plants of the Bible
by John Paterson, Katherine Paterson, Anne Ophelia Dowden (Illustrator)
Explores the symbolic significance of the flowers, fruits, and plants mentioned in various stories and passages of the Bible. Each passage is followed by a stunning full-color painting by one of America's most distinguished botanical illustrators.
- Dictionary of Biblical Imagery
by Leland Ryken (Editor), Jim Wilhoit (Editor), Tremper Longman (Editor), James C. Wilhoit (Editor)
- Expository Dictionary of Bible Words
by Stephen D. Renn (Editor)
This great reference tool also comes with a CD containing all the great tools that the Strong’s CD has PLUS the full text of the Expository Dictionary.
Everyone who studies the Bible wishes at some point that he or she knew the original Hebrew or Greek in order to better understand a difficult word or passage. TheExpository Dictionary of Bible Words gives readers the fruits of a working knowledge Hebrew and Greek without the years of language study.
The Expository Dictionary of Bible Words is more than just a handy and thorough alphabetical guide to the English translation of the Hebrew and Greek words used in both Testaments. There are thousands of articles, all arranged alphabetically by English word and coded to Strong’s numbering system for ease of use. Each article is divided into two sections — Old Testament (Hebrew) Words and New Testament (Greek) Words — with an entry for the Hebrew or Greek word along with its transliteration, translation, range of meaning(s), and comments on its use in different biblical contexts. A comprehensive system of cross-references aids the reader in finding different words as well as discussions of related words and themes.
Although reference works like Vine’s and Englishman’s have long aided Christians in understanding the nuances of different biblical words, the Expository Dictionary of Bible Words surpasses all available reference works. The "Additional Notes" to articles throughout the volume provide valuable and insightful information on the connections between Old and New Testament words and themes.
Packaged with the Expository Dictionary of Bible Words is a CD-ROM containing the complete text of the Expository Dictionary in several formats for PC and PDA. In addition to providing a stand alone PDF which preserves the format of the print edition (but adds links which allow you to "jump" directly to related references) the full content is also provide in a format compatible with other titles in Hendrickson Publishers’ ScriptureLink program and fully integrates with other Bibles and a whole range of available reference works.
- Food At The Time Of The Bible: From Adam's Apple To The Last Supper
by Miriam Feinberg Vamosh
Was the "forbidden fruit" of the garden of Eden really an apple? What is St. Peter's Fish? What was in the bowl that Jesus dipped into at the Last Supper? Within the pages of this book you will find a uniquely in-depth and easy-to-read survey of every aspect of food in the Bible, accompanied by fascinating illustrations and photographs. You will learn not only what people ate and drank in Bible days, but how they raised their food, stored it, traded in it, and prepared it. You will take a fresh look at food through the eyes of Scripture, seeing new and deeper symbolic meanings behind many a menu.
- Handbook of the Christian Faith, A
by John Schwarz
A Handbook of the Christian Faith is a one- volume overview of the Bible, church history, Christian beliefs and practices, other religions, and other issues of Christianity written in an easy-to-understand style. Organized in ten thematic chapters, the book is designed for use by individuals or study groups.
- Hebrew Greek Key Study Bible/New American Standard, The
by Spiros Zodhiates.
- How the Bible Came to Us: The Story of the Book That Changed the World
by Meryl Doney
- Illustrated Bible Handbook
by Lawrence O. Richards
- Illustrated Survey of the Bible, The
by John F. Balchin (Editor), Peter Cotterell, Mary Evans, Gilbert Kirby, Peggy Knight, Derek Tidball
- International Children's Bible Handbook
by Byron Williamson (Editor), Carol Bartley (Editor), Lawrence O. Richards
The International children's Bible Handbook answers your kids' questions about the Bible. This first all-in-one handbook for children builds faith with character sketches, geography, archaeology, customs, and spiritual truths in each unit.
- Lion Encyclopedia of the Bible, The
by Pat Alexander
An excellent Bible encyclopedia now only available used.
- MAP: Making the Bible Meaningful, Accessible, Practical, The
by Nick Page
Your Tour Guide through the BibleThe MAP is a smart, user-friendly guidebook for anyone who wants to explore the world of the Bible. It’s informative, thought-provoking, fun to read, and full of fascinating facts and illuminating graphics. Tackling the Bible with creativity, honesty, and humor, The MAP helps you understand how the Bible works, guides you through it, and shows you both its high points and its easily missed places of interest.
- Nelson's Complete Book of Bible Maps & Charts: Old and New Testaments
- Nelson's New Illustrated Bible Manners And Customs How The People Of The Bible Really Lived
by Howard Frederic Vos
The most comprehensive, up-to-date, accurate information on life in Bible times available in one volume for the general reader.
- Nelson's Quick Reference Bible Concordance
by Ronald F. Youngblood
End the frustration of being unable to locate a Scripture, find a biblical word definition, or get a historical fact when you need it. Each volume in the affordable Nelson's Quick Reference(tm) Series stands alone or can be a solid foundation for an easy-to-use Bible reference library.
- New Answers Book, The, Volume II
by Ken Ham
What happens when you have more hot questions on the Bible and creationism than you can answer in one book? You create a second volume! The New Answers Book: Volume 2 explores 21 exciting and faith-affirming topics, including: The fall of Lucifer and the origin of evil. When does life begin (and why does it matter)? Is evolution a religion (and why should I care)? Archeology, Egyptian chronology, and the Great flood. Could early biblical figures like Noah really live to over 900 years of age? What was the Star of Bethlehem (and how did the wise men follow it)? Sheol, Paradise, and Heaven; What's the difference, and where is my loved one now? The Evolutionization of our culture - including intelligent design, gay marriage, Hollywood movies, and more!
- New Strong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible, The
by James Strong (Editor), Thomas Nelson
With Main Concordance, Appendix to the Main Concordance, Topical Index to the Bible, etc.
- New Unger's Bible Handbook
by Merrill Frederick Unger, Gary N. Larson (Photographer)
- Noah's Ark: Thinking Outside the Box
by Tim Lovett
This groundbreaking book asks you to "think outside the box" as you consider new research by naval expert and mechanical engineer Tim Lovett. Presenting an innovative new study on Noah's ark, Lovett builds on traditional research into this historic event using the latest techniques in computer modeling and testing. Remaining faithful to the biblical dimensions, Lovett's undated design, similar to that of ancient sailing vessels, is based on established principles in ship design and cutting-edge research. The beautiful illustrations and fascinating facts given in the book will assure believers of the truthfulness and infallibility of the Bible. Using both maritime science and biblical truth, Lovett gives a compelling new insight and analysis into what the ark may have looked like - as well as revealing the remarkable skills and techniques needed to build i
- Scientific Approach to Biblical Mysteries, A
by Robert W. Faid
On the heels of its highly-successful predecessor, this book continues the study of questions Bible scholars and lay people alike have had for centuries. In A Scientific Approach to More Biblical Mysteries, Robert Faid examines a wide variety of fascinating subjects, including possible sightings of Noah's Ark, the fate of Pontius Pilate, and the plagues of Egypt.
Faid is careful in his presentation of theories of biblical mysteries, while always uplifting the power and majesty of God. Written to provoke thought and discussion, this book attempts to answer both well-known and obscure questions from God's Word. Over 60,000 copies of this series sold.
- Student Bible Atlas, The
by Tim Dowley, Richard Scott (Illustrator)
Describes and details the many journeys included in the Bible and puts into context the important geographical places mentioned.
- Victor Bible Background Commentary: New Testament, The
by Lawrence O. Richards
This unique reference tool provides enrichment information for the lay Bible teacher and preacher, covering the New Testament.
- Vine's Complete Expository Dictionary Of Old And New Testament Words : With Topical Index
by W.E. Vine (Author), Merrill F. Unger (Author)
Study the meaning of biblical words in the original languages-without spending years learning Greek or Hebrew. This classic reference tool has helped thousands dig deeper into the meaning of the biblical text. Explains over 6,000 key biblical words. Includes a brand new comprehensive topical index that enables you to study biblical topics more thoroughly than ever before.
- What the Bible Is All About (Paperback)
The world's best-selling Bible handbook now has a new look to reach a whole new generation of Bible readers and seekers. Henrietta Mears' timeless classic has been beautifully redesigned and carefully abridged for this sleeker, more reader-friendly edition. Still a comprehensive overview of God's Word, What the Bible Is All About is now illustrated with more than 500 all-new, full-color graphics, including maps, charts, timelines and photographs depicting life in the Holy Land as well as actual locations of the events of the Bible. Includes a complete glossary for easy word identification. The perfect gift for Bible lovers of all ages!
- Word Studies in the Greek New Testament
y Kenneth S. Wuest
(Set of 4 volumes, including Expanded Translation)
These studies and translations of the Greek New Testament are simplified commentaries on the Greek text for the Bible student who is not conversant with the Greek language. The four-volume set includes commentaries on the Gospels and Epistles; graphic elucidations of selected passages, words, and phrases; and devotional studies on the teachings of Jesus and the apostles. A complete biblical index is included in each volume.
- Zondervan Pictorial Encyclopedia of the Bible, Vols. 1-5
by Merrill C. Tenney
The Zondervan Pictorial Encyclopedia of the Bible, the result of more than ten years of research and preparation, provides Bible students with a comprehensive and reliable library of information. Varying viewpoints of scholarship permit a well-rounded perspective on significant issues relating to doctrines, themes, and biblical interpretation. Well-organized and generously illustrated, this encyclopedia will become a frequently used resource and reference work because of its many helpful features: - More than 5,000 pages of vital information of Bible lands and people - More than 7,500 articles alphabetically arranged for easy reference - Hundreds of full-color and black-and-white illustrations, charts, and graphs - Thirty-two pages of full-color maps and hundreds of black-and-white outline maps for quick perspective and ready reference - Scholarly articles ranging across the entire spectrum of theological and biblical topics, backed by recent archaeological discoveries - Two hundred and thirty-eight contributors from around the world. The editors have brought to this encyclopedia the fruit of many years of study and research.