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What the Bible Is All About Bible Handbook Visual Edition [Henrietta C Mears] 9780830743292

What the Bible Is All About is now illustrated with more than 500 all-new, full-color graphics, including maps, charts, timelines and photographs depicting life in the Holy Land, as well as actual locations of the events of the Bible. Includes a complete glossary for easy word identification. The perfect gift for Bible lovers of all ages!

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What the Bible Is All About Bible Handbook [Henrietta C Mears] 9780830759644

Revised and updated - KJV Edition

What the Bible Is All About is the essential handbook for anyone who wants to read and understand God's Word. Inside this revised and updated edition of Henrietta Mear's classic, you'll find an overview of every book in the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation.

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The Hayford Bible Handbook [Jack Hayford] 9780785250340

The Hayford Bible Handbook continues to offer charismatic and Pentecostal Christians a major reference tool that provides easy access to a wealth of biblical and practical information. Are you a Spirit-filled Christian who longs for fresh insights from the Bible? Do you want God's truth to challenge you, and change you, and bless others through you in ways you never thought possible? The Hayford Bible Handbook is an unparalleled resource that unveils the Keys to Scripture uniquely, providing not only a wealth of information, but also a spiritual stimulus that will encourage your faith and service to Christ.

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Halley's Bible Handbook [Henry H Halley] 8173621918

Halley’s Bible Handbook was born out of the conviction of Henry H. Halley that everyone ought to read the Bible daily. From its first edition, a small give-away booklet of 16 pages, it has grown into an 864-page “almanac” of biblical information, used regularly by hundreds of thousands of laymen, teachers and ministers

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The Moody Handbook Of Theology - Paul Enns

The Moody Handbook of Theology introduces the reader to the five dimensions that provide a comprehensive view of theology: biblical, systematic, historical, dogmatic and contemporary.
Beyond giving basic definitions and general descriptions, author Paul Enns summarized the substantial features of theology.
In this way, he provides a concise doctrinal reference tool for the newcomer as well as the seasoned scholar seeking a refresher.
There are fifty-five informative charts located at strategic points throughout the book. Readers will also find much help in chapters on evangelical feminism, charismatic theology, and the emerging church, as well new material on the openness of God, rapture interpretations, and health and wealth theology.

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The IVP Introduction To The Bible - Philip Johnston S

The IVP Introduction to the Bible is an anthology of essays by learned biblical studies teachers written to help Christian readers of all walks of life better understand both the Old and New Testaments. Offering historical and other background information for each Testament and More...the Bible as a whole, plus a thoughtful introduction of each biblical book in turn, The IVP Introduction to the Bible will prove especially valuable to novice to intermediate biblical students and scholars. Highly recommended as a solid religious studies reference for public and college library shelves.

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Know The Truth Bruce Milne

A handbook of Christian belief to help Christians grasp the overall pattern of the Bible's teaching. This readable study book provides comprehensive Scripture references, discussion questions and full bibliographies.

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Interpreting The Bible-A Handbook Of Terms & Methods - Randolph Tate W

Interpreting the Bible: A Handbook of Terms and Methods offers in one volume an extensive collection of words, labels, and phrases from the fields of biblical criticism, text criticism, literary criticism, and philosophy, as well as the related ideas employed by scholars and interpreters who read the Bible as literature. Tate presents insightful articles on the great variety of methods used by those who interpret the biblical texts. In addition, most of the articles include references to specific biblical texts that illustrate the term or method being discussed. Finally, two extended appendixes show now to apply important methodologies to the work of biblical interpretation.

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Holman Illustrated Pocket Bible Handbook

Perhaps you've been reading the Bible for years, or you've just discovered this fascinating book for the first time. Either way, you want to get a better understanding of the people, places, and events that make up this sweeping story of God's love for humankind. If so, the Holman illustrated Pocket Bible Handbook is just what you've been looking for.

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Holman Bible Handbook - David Dockery S

Here is a 'user-friendly' Bible handbook that invites you to grasp the content of the Bible in its cultural, geographical, and historical settings. Between these pages is a small library of helpful material presented in such an attractive fashion that it will be difficult for you to put it back on the shelf. I'm enthusiastic about this volume.

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