Studying the Bible can be difficult, or even mundane, if you can’t fully grasp the historical, social, political, or geographic contexts of the passage you’re reading. The Baker Illustrated Reference Collection presents six comprehensive, accessible, and illustrated volumes to deepen your understanding of the Bible and guide you through its many layers of context and meaning. Experience the Scriptures more fully with articles on archaeology, geography, history, theology, and daily life in Bible times.
These volumes include hundreds of images, photographs, maps, and charts, bringing clarity and simplicity to the Old and New Testament texts. Delve deeper into your Bible study with a helpful range of resources—two volumes provide commentary on the entire Bible with numerous contributions from leading evangelical scholars, two volumes reveal the connections between biblical events and places, one describes the manners and customs of ancient times, and the final volume is a comprehensive dictionary.
This colorful collection introduces modern readers to the Bible’s text and context. The Logos versions integrates seamlessly into your personal digital library and allows you to cross-reference resources with a click. Read your preferred Scripture translation alongside your illustrated guides for a more robust understanding of these fascinating ancient times.
- Invigorates personal Bible study
- Surveys the entire Bible with the insight of respected biblical scholars
- Provides a wealth of imagery and visual aids that bring the text to life
- Offers a glimpse into the life and culture of ancient times
- The Baker Illustrated Bible Commentary edited by Gary M. Burge and Andrew E. Hill
- The Baker Illustrated Bible Dictionary edited by Tremper Longman III
- The Baker Illustrated Bible Handbook edited by J. Daniel Jays and J. Scott Duvall
- Baker Illustrated Guide to Everyday Life in Bible Times by John A. Beck
- A Visual Guide to Bible Events by James C. Martin, John A. Beck, and David G. Hansen
- A Visual Guide to Gospel Events by James C. Martin, John A. Beck, and David G. Hansen