Maps, charts and color photographs guide readers through each Biblical era, illustrating the land, sites, and archaeology of the ancient world of the Bible. The atlas includes an extended bibliography, 132 maps, 153 photos and a text that presents a chronological overview of biblical history.
The CEB Bible Map Guide shows where the events of the Bible happened. It includes the 21 CEB maps (produced by National Geographic) in a beautiful full-color oversize format. A brief narrative that describes what is being shown and what chapters and verses of the Bible are being illustrated accompanies each map. Sidebars, photographs, and timelines bring out interesting facts about the lands of the Bible. An exhaustive index makes it easy to locate the places mentioned in the Bible.
All new resource from the editors of Standard Lesson Commentary includes 31 newly drawn maps based on satellite imagery that bring to life the stories and lands of the Old Testament and New Testament. Designed with a teacher in mind, this new atlas also i
Understanding that's visual Well-known New Testament scholar Robert W. Yarbrough brings to life God's trusted communication to humanity by walking through the twenty-seven books that make up the New Testament. From Matthew to Revelation, the New Testament portrays Christ as both servant and Lord, fulfilling the Old Testament promises. Loaded with four-color charts, maps, photographs, and illustrations, this concise guide to the New Testament is perfect for personal study or classroom use.
Taking a narrative approach, The IVP Atlas of Bible History draws you into the rich resources available today on the Bible's history, geography and archaeology. The many maps, photographs, drawings and reconstructions on every page help you see for yourself what the people of Bible times saw and did. The Atlas presents the latest findings in history and archaeology in a readable style that will appeal to anyone wanting to know more about the history of the Bible.
The world of the Bible deals with more than the modern state of Israel. Almost half of the events in the Bible are set outside this territory, and much of the Bible is addressed to people in other lands. Thus this atlas covers the world of the Bible, stret ... more
A reader-friendly history presenting the history of Christianity from the time of Jesus to the early missionaries in the sixth century A.D. written by one of the evangelical world's most respected professors. This four-color illustrated guide gives at-a-glance information on the formative years of Christian history.
About the author.
John D. Hannah is Department Chair and Senior Professor of Historical Theology at Dallas Theological Seminary, Dallas, Texas.
One of the evangelical world's most experienced professors of church history presents the history of Christianity from the rise of papacy in Western Europe through the Renaissance in the 14th-16th centuries.