The Lion Guide to the Bible
Accessible, engaging, and authoritative, this handsome hardback is full of color illustrations, maps, and helpful charts, bringing the story of God's dealings with his people vividly to life After a helpful introductory section on the nature and composition of the Bible and how to read it, this handsome hardback takes the reader on an in-depth and illuminating tour through all 66 books, sketching the principal themes, detailing the main characters, and highlighting memorable passages or verses. Also including a quick and handy fact-finder, issues requiring more detailed attention are highlighted in boxes grouped together towards the back in order not to interrupt the narrative flow.
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