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The Holman Bible Atlas is a visual feast, illuminating the Bible for a whole new generation of students, teachers and laypeople by introducing them to the physical, cultural, and historical settings of the biblical narrative. A 2000 Gold Medallion Winner, the Atlas integrates insights from physical and historical geography, archaeology, ancient historical sources, and the Bible itself. Beginning with the physical geography of the ancient Near East and Palestine, the Atlas clarifies various periods of biblical history by outlining the timeframe from the patriarchs through the Christian era and up to Constantine. Detailed analysis of the economic, cultural and religious practices common in the time periods are provided, and side bar articles discuss some of these issues in a more in-depth manner. Included in The Holman Bible Atlas is a glossary and extensive bibliography.

Author Bio

Dr. Brisco came to Logsdon from Baylor University where he taught in the Department of Religion. Prior to that, Dr. Brisco taught for 21 years at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, serving also as the Associate Dean for the Doctor of Philosophy Program. Dr. Brisco specializes in ancient near eastern history and archaeology particularly as these subjects relate to the historical, cultural, and geographical setting of the Bible. His archaeological field experience includes work at Tel Aphek and Tel Batash in Israel. He has contributed articles to a number of periodicals and reference works and is the editor of the Holman Bible Atlas, a volume that received the Gold Medallion Book Award from the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association in 1998. An ordained minister with pastoral experience, Dr. Brisco has served as interim pastor in over 20 churches in Texas, Arkansas, Colorado, and Switzerland.