More than just a reference work to the Scripture, Curiosities of the Bible Pertaining to Scripture Persons, Places, and Things is a complete and comprehensive study guide to the entire Bible. Meant originally for young readers of the Bible and new Christians, this is a massive tool designed to help all students of the Bible have a working knowledge of the events, characters, and doctrines throughout Scripture. The first half of the book is laid out in question form, covering topics such as biblical characters, scriptural metaphors and anagrams, familiar Bible quotations, and illustrations perfect for classroom or personal use. The second half has several Bible studies and readings, as well as prayer meeting outlines, and the answer keys to all the questions in the beginning of the volume.
This volume is perfect for seasoned academics, students, new believers, anyone wanting a greater knowledge of the Scripture, and even families wanting to practice reading the Bible together. Readers will have a thorough understanding of the entire Bible—its people, events, and context. With its question and answer format, Curiosities of the Bible Pertaining to Scripture Persons, Places, and Things can even help with planning small groups or Sunday school. In Logos, every Scripture in this volume is a link to the Bibles in your library, making study and searching for information easier than ever before.
- Over 400 pages of questions, answers, and other Bible study helps
- Essential for students, laity, and anyone wanting a better understanding of the Bible
- Includes detailed table of contents to guide study
- Curiosities of the Bible Pertaining to-
- Blackboard or Slate Illustrations
- Concert Excercises
- Bible Studies and Readings
- Prayer Meeting Outlines
- What Christians Should Be
- Curious Facts about the Bible
- Title: Curiosities of the Bible Pertaining to Scripture Persons, Places, and Things
- Author: J. H. Vincent
- Publisher: E. B. Treat
- Publication Date: 1884
- Pages: 474
About J. H. Vincent
John Heyl Vincent was born in 1832 in Alabama. Vincent was an Episcopal pastor and bishop, as well as editor of the journals, Northwest Sunday-School Quarterly and Sunday-School Teacher. He is also the author of The Church School and Its Officers, Studies in Young Life, and A Study in Pedagogy. He died in 1920.