Item description for Genesis to Revelation - 1 & 2 Kings, 1 & 2 Chronicles Student Study Book (Genesis To Revelation) by Charles R. Britt...
Overview Welcome to Genesis to Revelation! You are embarking on a journey that will strengthen your understanding and appreciation of the Bible by enabling you to engage the Scripture on three levels: What does the Bible say? What does this passage mean? How does the Scripture relate to my life? The simple format makes this book easy to use and appropriate to keep for future reference.
Each of the 24 volumes offered in this study series is a comprehensive verse-by-verse, book-by-book exploration of the Bible using a three-dimensional approach that guides students to ask three questions: What does the Bible say? What does this passage mean? What were ancient customs, locations of places, and the meanings of words? How does the scripture relate to my life?
Each volume contains 13 sessions using the NIV Bible translation. Order a Student Book for each class member and leader.
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Studio: Abingdon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.41" Width: 5.24" Height: 0.28" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date Mar 27, 2013
Publisher Abingdon Church Supplies
Edition Student/Stdy Gde
Series Genesis To Revelation
ISBN 0687062284 ISBN13 9780687062287
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Reviews - What do customers think about Genesis to Revelation - 1 & 2 Kings, 1 & 2 Chronicles Student Study Book?
Kings & Samuel & Chronicles Aug 3, 2001
Are about as close as you come to good historical novels in the OT. Really one book sort of like the three synoptic books of NT, Matthew, Mark, and Luke.
This book is very good and covers the ground well. I wish it were longer.
From an historical point of view, it comports well with what is unambiguously agreed upon as historical events. (David has been getting his knocks lately, but he is still the KING.)
I prefer to think of it in the classical sense, the end of the third phase of ancient Hebrew writings (of 12 as commonly stated) So, if you compared it to Gibbons "Decline & Fall of Roman Empire" you would be up to around chapter 30 of Gibbons.
I read these thing with a critical eye for finding fault, and find little to fault in this book, except to wish it were wider and longer.
An index with cross references such as to Elephantine documents or even Greek or Syrian writings might have been usefull.
But this is a great small book. I read it almost straight through. I think you will actually find it easy reading and hard to lay down.
These reviewers sicken me Sep 5, 2000
Why is it that many of the books I'm looking at have such bad reviews from people who haven't even read them just because they are about the Christian faith. Now I haven't read this book but I am currently reading 1 Kings. And if they think this book is so fictional than try reading the book of Daniel which contains very specific prophecy about Alexander the Great and the fate of his kingdom.
I am not trying to force my faith on anyone. I am merely upset at those that dismiss my faith and what I believe as fictional without even investigating it. That is very demeaning to me.
I'm just doing this to get 50 bucks Jun 27, 2000
I've never read the bible. I never will. there are far better fictional stories out there.