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Footsteps Through the Bible: A 52-Week Chronological Reading Plan and Study Reference

Publisher:
, 2000
ISBN: 9781903019290

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Overview

Reading through the Bible is a tremendous asset to one’s spiritual walk, but without some guidance it can be a difficult and confusing task. Richard M. Gagnon provides a helping hand with Footsteps Through The Bible, a one-year chronological reading plan and study reference born out of his own desire to better understand the Scriptures.

Footsteps is easy to use on a daily basis, and helps the reader move through the Bible in a systematic, chronological sequence. Not to be confused with a chronological Bible, this chronological reading guide allows the reader to use his or her favorite Bible version to complete the reading assignments.

  • Each day's readings contain easy-to-understand outline notes for that day.
  • The readings Monday to Friday are from the Old Testament and average 86 verses per day. The weekend readings are from the New Testament and average 77 verses per day.
  • Daily and weekly readings are logically grouped, listing all Scripture pertinent to the theme, topic or historical sequence of events.
  • Old Testament laws and regulations are harmonized by subject matter and logically grouped with the historical events they complement.
  • The parallel books of Kings and Chronicles are synchronized into one reading, as are the Gospels in the New Testament.

Many users of Logos Bible Software have asked for a reading plan that walks through the Bible chronologically. Footsteps meets that need and provides a great springboard for further study. When you click on the day's reading your preferred Bible (sold separately) will open to the desired passage--no shuffling pages and hunting for the right verse. From there you can use the outline notes provided or dive in deeper using additional tools and texts you may have in your digital library.

Product Details

  • Title: Footsteps Through the Bible: A 52-Week Chronological Reading Plan and Study Reference
  • Author: Richard M. Gagnon
  • Publisher: John Hunt Publishing Ltd
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 128

Richard M. Gagnon is a member of a nondenominational church in Ottawa, Ontario. He works for the Canadian Space Agency, where he is a technical writer and editor. With his technical and computer background, he has been able to develop a unique and useful chronological Bible reading guide.

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  1. Josh Moran

    Josh Moran

    7/18/2015

    33333
    This is a good resource that has a lot of effort into it. I am halfway through the year's reading plan and am enjoying it; however, it still has many typos which is a frustration. I also have troubles syncing the passages on my ipad or iPhone from time to time.
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  2. Armin

    Armin

    4/29/2015

    33333
    The plan is not that clear and contains some errors: 1) For instance, a reading "15:8-16" sometimes means "15:8-15:16" and at other times "15-8 to end of chapter 16". 2) There are some Bible passages that are not included. For instance, I believe the passage Jeremiah 6:2 to 7-29 is not part of the plan.
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  3. Armin

    Armin

    4/29/2015

    33333
    The plan is not that clear and contains some errors: 1) For instance, a reading "15:8-16" sometimes means "15:8-15:16" and at other times "15-8 to end of chapter 16". 2) There are some Bible passages that are not included. For instance, I believe the passage Jeremiah 6:2 to 7-29 is not part of the plan.
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  4. Armin

    Armin

    4/29/2015

    33333
    The plan is not that clear and contains some errors: 1) For instance, a reading "15:8-16" sometimes means "15:8-15:16" and at other times "15-8 to end of chapter 16". 2) There are some Bible passages that are not included. For instance, I believe the passage Jeremiah 6:2 to 7-29 is not part of the plan.
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  5. Armin

    Armin

    4/29/2015

    33333
    The plan is not that clear and contains some errors: 1) For instance, a reading "15:8-16" sometimes means "15:8-15:16" and at other times "15-8 to end of chapter 16". 2) There are some Bible passages that are not included. For instance, I believe the passage Jeremiah 6:2 to 7-29 is not part of the plan.
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  6. Richard Trexler
    Love it. Use any translation using other features og Logos 6.
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  7. Richard Mast

    Richard Mast

    10/1/2014

    22222
    It isn't that I don't like the content. It sounds very good, but it really isn't useful without integration.
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  8. seaview

    seaview

    6/4/2014

    This new Logos Resource has superior features to any of the current Daily Bible Reading Plans offered by Logos, although I have used some of the special celebration theme ones, which I appreciate. Read about these great beneficial features in the author's Introduction to the book at https://www.logos.com/product/10369/footsteps-through-the-bible-a-52-week-chronological-reading-plan-and-study-reference. Now, this Resource needs to be turned into an activated Daily Reading Plan for Logos 5 with the ability to post on our Home Pages and check off as we read. I hope some talented Logos customer will take up the project or that Logos will respond to my suggestion to add the most valuable Logos 5 features to a fine Plan.
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  9. Ron Behrens

    Ron Behrens

    8/28/2012

    33333
    Nice compilation of various text references by event date across passages in a clear table. I was hoping for a stronger tie to Logos much like the built-in read through the Bible in a year that is accessible on the Logos home page. That year plan looks to be a straight through reading but it is nicely integrated with Logos. For a product that is billed with language like "users of Logos Bible Software have asked for a reading plan .... Footsteps meets that need", I was disappointed that this is basically a standalone product that is only tied in with Logos through scripture references like any other Logos product. Seems like it would be easy for Logos to make this an option on their home page reading plan.
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