Item description for Survey Of The Old Testament Laminated Sheet (Get An A Study Guides) by John H. Walton...
Overview This series of laminated sheets enables students and pastors to see critical material at a glance and serves them well as they review for tests, for comprehensive exams, and for later on in life.
Publishers Description Students of the Old Testament may not know everything they need to know, but they do know there's a lot they need to know! Whether studying for exams or delving into Old Testament Scripture, students need critical information at their fingertips. Instead, it's usually scattered throughout textbooks, self-made crib sheets, and sticky-notes on their computer monitor. Now there's a better way! The Zondervan Get an A! Study Guides to A Survey of the Old Testament is a handy, at-a-glance study aid ideal for last minute review, a quick overview of the textbook, or as an aid in Old Testament study. This set contains six information-packed sheets that are laminated and three-hole-punched, making them both durable and portable. The study guide is tied to A Survey of the Old Testament by Andrew Hill and John Walton.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.3" Width: 8.7" Height: 0.1" Weight: 0.15 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2007
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
Edition Study Guide
Series Get An A Study Guides
ISBN 0310273188 ISBN13 9780310273189 UPC 025986273187
Availability 0 units.
More About John H. Walton
JOHN H. WALTON (PhD, Hebrew Union College) is professor of Old Testament at Wheaton College and Graduate School. He has authored or edited more than a dozen books, including several Bible commentaries and Bible story books for children.
KIM E. WALTON has been teaching Sunday school and developing and evaluating curriculum for 25 years. The Waltons have three adult children.
John H. Walton currently resides in the state of Illinois. John H. Walton was born in 1952.
John H. Walton has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Survey Of The Old Testament Laminated Sheet?
The Old Points To The New Nov 13, 2007
You will enjoy reading this book, it has so many writings to refresh your mind and to enlighten you on what it is all about. Sometimes we avoid it, but it is HIS Story, we say History. There is so much history here that it will bring clarity on many things you have been told. Read it for yourself and see what you have been missing.
Not worth it Oct 31, 2007
I had to purchase this book for an Old Testament class. It is very dry and not very informational. Despite my interest in the topic, I don't think I will read any of it. Normally I would keep a book like this as a shelf resource, but instead, I'll be returning it for cash back.
A Survery of the Old Testament - Second Edition Oct 22, 2007
I have found this book to be estremely informative and ehlpful in my studies. It is obvious that the authors, Andrew E. Hill and John H. Walton, really put a lot of time and effort into this work. The information it contains puts the Old Testament Scriptures into proper perspective and shows it relevance to me as a New Testament believer. I am especially delighted at how the authors present the Old Testament from the vantage point of the geographical setting, incorporating the culture of the time. Consequently, I am able to properly apply the scriptures, without compromising the context, to circumstances in my own time and culture. Two Thumbs up!!
superb work! Jan 22, 2007
This is an excellent old testament survey. Deals with historical issues, authorship issues, content and much more. Definitely a resource to educate one about the old testament writings.
I'm sorry, but I was very dissatisfied... Nov 27, 2006
I just finished this book for a college course. I admit it had a lot of useful information. But, from a Christian standpoint the authors do not take a positive or powerful enough stand on some serious issues. It's almost as if they give the unbelieving worldviews and theories too much credit. They act as if the unbelieving theories about the bible should be respected. Sure, at points in their arguments they mention (barely) in passing that they do not agree (sort of), but, they do not throw down the gauntlet and really challenge these unbelieving worldviews and seriously expose them for their weaknesses. Of course these men are wonderful scholars. But, they are supposed to be "Christian" scholars and are therefore commanded to contend for the faith. Obviously they make attempts at this in the book. However, I do not believe they did it strong enough.
If you were trying to get this book to learn as well as be edified... I would seriously try to persuade you otherwise. Not Spiritually uplifting.