The MAP: Making the Bible Meaningful, Accessible, Practical

The MAP: Making the Bible Meaningful, Accessible, Practical❰Ebook❯ ➠ The MAP: Making the Bible Meaningful, Accessible, Practical Author Nick Page – Bluevapours.co.uk Your Tour Guide through the Bible The MAP is a smart user friendly guidebook for anyone who wants to explore the world of the Bible It s informative thought provoking fun to read and full of fascinati Your Tour Making the ePUB ✓ Guide through the Bible The MAP is a smart user friendly guidebook for anyone who wants to explore the world of the Bible It s informative thought provoking fun to read and full of fascinating facts and illuminating graphics Tackling the The MAP: ePUB ✓ Bible with creativity honesty and humor The MAP helps you understand how the Bible works guides you through it and shows you both its high points and its easily missed places of interest The MAP features uick Guide an at a glance introduction to MAP: Making the PDF Ç every book of the Bible Bible uestions a lighter look at difficult issues Puzzling Points explanations of MAP: Making the Bible Meaningful, PDF/EPUB ² things that make you go hmmm The Route Through a street map showing you how each biblical book is put together Landmarks important events and themes of MAP: Making the Bible Meaningful, PDF/EPUB ² the Bible Bible Postcards introductions to the cities and countries of the Bible Details Details fascinating facts that otherwise might go unnoticed Viewpoints a guide to opposing interpretations Brief Lives a uick summary of the lives of major Bible characters Plus over fifty maps timelines and diagrams that bring the world of the Bible to life.

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The MAP: Making the Bible Meaningful, Accessible,
  • Paperback
  • 399 pages
  • The MAP: Making the Bible Meaningful, Accessible, Practical
  • Nick Page
  • English
  • 13 October 2015
  • 9780310252399

10 thoughts on “The MAP: Making the Bible Meaningful, Accessible, Practical

  1. Tiffany says:

    While I very much enjoyed this book at first and think it does have some good parts after a thorough read I have reason to doubt it's complete Biblical accuracy and felt that the author injected too much of his own personal opinion It's decent for reference if you are already familiar with the Bible and will be able to pick out and overlook the inaccuracies but for newer believers who aren't as well versed it might lead them to the wrong conclusions and ideas

  2. Marnie Cushing says:

    Didn't agree with some of the commentary may still use it as a reference but won't read it cover to cover

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