The Outline Bible is a tool for making the content of the Bible easy and enjoyable to learn—and remember! This handy resource organizes every single verse of the Bible into an easy-to-remember outline format.
Each major outline level uses a literary device-such as alliteration, rhyme, etc.—to help the point stick in your mind and heart, and the unique formatting for each level helps you easily recognize it on the page. At the head of each outline is a brief summary of the information covered under that outline. References have been provided at almost every level so that the reader can easily and instantly recognize all the verses covered under that point.
This exhaustive resource is perfect for teachers, pastors, and others who want to present Scripture in a way that people will remember and enjoy. It's also great for private study, offering a rich treasure for anyone interested in an organized and memorable overview of any passage of Scripture.
Please note: This product does not contain the Bible text, but it does include all the study notes found in the equivalent print version.
As a middle school Sunday school teacher, I find this resource to be very valuable in planning lessons. Even though our church uses a good curriculum, the best lessons are those that come straight from scripture and are geared for the needs of my class. The Outline Bible helps me to structure the lesson in a memorable and understandable way.
Some of the outlines are helpful. Many times he will take verses out of order and put them in different spots. He likes to really stretch the theme he has in mind. It would be better if he really tried to stick to the theme of the passage and not take verses out of order in his outlines.
only thing I don't like about this style of text (Think Bulter also) is the slavish tie to alliteration. It's "catchy" for sermons and the like, but usually when"style" leads the way content suffers. I.e., I'm looking for a "D" word to complete this story's pattern. (Yes, but the BEST word to capture the essence of what was happening is a "K" word... ah, who cares... now... a "D" word...) - like that. I don't care if it's catchy, I want it to be accurate the message.