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Holman Quick Source Guide to Understanding the Bible

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Holman 2002

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$22.99

Overview

The Holman Quick Source Guide to Understanding the Bible is the quickest way to get the big picture! If you’ve been wanting to get a better handle on the Bible—even if you’ve been reading it for years—the Holman Quick Source Guide to Understanding the Bible pulls the sweeping story, the timeline, the key terms, and much more into a clear, concise, yet surprisingly comprehensive summary of biblical information.

The Holman Quick Source Guide to Understanding the Bible addresses the central questions about the Bible:

  • What’s the main idea of each Bible book?
  • Where can you quickly locate Christian worldview themes?
  • How can the shadow of Christ be seen in the Old Testament?
  • What are the big verses that every Bible student needs to know?
  • How can you sum up the biblical story in six simple chapters?

The answers to these and many other questions come out page-by-page, book-by-book, one after another as you confidently walk your way to “big picture” Bible understanding. One-sentence summaries, colorful maps and charts, quick-hitting details on who wrote what and why—you get all this and more with a graphic flow and design that makes the reading easy…and makes the knowledge your own. Make the Holman Quick Source Guide to Understanding the Bible your guide to deeper Bible study!

Product Details

  • Title: Holman Quick Source Guide to Understanding the Bible
  • Author: Kendell H. Easley
  • Publisher: Broadman & Holman
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Pages: 405

About Kendell H. Easley

Kendell H. Easley is Professor of Christian Studies and Program Director for the Master of Christian Studies, Union University. Dr. Easley has authored numerous books including 52 Words Every Christian Should Know, Holman Illustrated Guide to Biblical History, and the volume on Revelation in the Holman New Testament Commentary. He holds degrees from John Brown University, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.

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