Learn the Bible in 24 Hours

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Thomas Nelson Inc, Nov 28, 2011 - Religion - 352 pages
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For those who have tried and failed to follow through on a plan to study the entire Bible, Chuck Missler has the answer. Learn the Bible in 24 Hours is an ideal study aid to help you grasp the big picture of Scripture. Each chapter is designed for study in an hour or less.

Features include:

  • Sound, fresh teaching on Scripture
  • Historical and cultural insight into biblical passages
  • Sidebars that highlight the primary concepts of the chapter
 

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User Review  - Jeff - Christianbook.com

This is a great book to have as you journey through the bible. While I don't always draw the same conclusions as the author, it certainly gets me thinking and strengthens my relationship with God, when I read the bible. Read full review

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User Review  - Carrieannw - Christianbook.com

Well written for christians and nonchristians Read full review

Contents

Introduction
Genesis 411
Hour
Hour
Job Song of Songs The Poetical Books
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The New Testament
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Copyright

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About the author (2011)

Chuck Missler was raised in Southern California. He was pursuing a doctorate in electrical engineering from Stanford University when he left to attend the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis where he graduated with honors. After a distinguished military career, he pursued a career as a business executive. He eventually started his own computer network firm. The low point in his career came when one of his business ventures failed and he lost everything. While still in the corporate world, he taught weekly bible studies at a church in California. Eventually, he and his wife founded Koinonia House, an organization whose primary purpose is to encouraging others to study the Bible. Chuck has since left the business world to focus primarily on Koinonia House. Missler and his wife, Nancy currently resides in Coeur d'Alene , Idaho.

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