The Ivp Atlas of Bible History

A 2007 ECPA Christian Book Award Winner 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 About The History Of The Bible The World Of The Bible Deals With 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, Stretching From Spain To Iran, From Yemen To Northern Greece Trade Widened These Horizons Even Further To Include India And Possibly China And The East Coast Of Africa The History Of The Bible Is Played Out On The Stages Of Egypt, Rome, Babylon And Persia Many Of The Places In The Ancient World Are Still Important Today, Like Jerusalem, Damascus And Athens These All Play Their Role In The Story That Has Shaped The Imaginations And Dreams Of Peoples And Nations For Centuries All This, And , Is Found In The Pages Of This Enlightening, Wonderful Book.The Ivp Atlas of Bible History

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  • Paperback
  • 187 pages
  • The Ivp Atlas of Bible History
  • Paul Lawrence
  • English
  • 17 January 2018
  • 9780830824526

10 thoughts on “The Ivp Atlas of Bible History

  1. says:

    Quite nicely organized and composed, a clear and concise, pleasantly readable atlas in chronological date order an overview of Biblical history and the Ancient World as a locating comparison companion to key people places events in the Bible This slim but oversized tome features numerous maps, photographs, reimagined illustrations, and index keys to corresponding Biblical references And I rather enjoyed reading this in conjunction with my morning devotional time So many times while reading of Abraham s travels or Paul s travels, for example, it gave me a greater perspective of where ancient cities lands regions were in relation to today s regional divisions This book was quite helpful However, I felt it would have been enlightening to have featured current day maps alongside those of antiquity As it was, I had to Google reference today s areas regions citi...

  2. says:

    As a visual learner, and in need of some historical background and context, this book helps to give insight to the context I have used in my Sunday school prep and bibles studies and I have found it very hel...

  3. says:

    This is really great It has helpful charts that the Zondervan atlas just doesn t have However, nothing can compete with the Zondervan atlas in terms of really making you feel like you re in the highlands of Israel ready to defend your land against the uncircumcised armies rising from below.

  4. says:

    Yes, I read the Bible atlas In my defense, it s a very readable atlas.

  5. says:

    Teeming with content both print and picture, this is is probably one of the most ideal atlases available today on Bible lands.

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