What the Bible is All about for Young Explorers: Based on the Best-selling Classic by Henrietta Mears

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Regal Books, 1986 - Bible - 364 pages
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As we study the Bible, it is easy to become so involved in the details that we lose sight of the big picture. This unique resource book is carefully designed to help you explore the Bible in a way that enables you to see how everything from Genesis to Revelation all fits together. As you study each book of the Bible, these features will help you: - Information is given about the writer of each book. - Special notations list the meaning of the title and the contents of each book. - The location of each book within a larger group helps you to find the book easily. - An outline and list of the main people in each book help you to see the contents of that book in a nutshell. - Time lines let you see when events happened. - Summaries of sections within each book show how each section fits into the "big picture". - Illustrations show events in detail. - Discoveries from the past give fresh insights into the meanings of Bible passages and customs.

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I highly recommend this book for children and adults alike! It gives very clear and concise information to help anyone understand each chapter and book of the Bible. I've used it to teach young people ... Read full review

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A must-have for home school families!Perfect for families wanting to expand their knowledge of the bible. This all-in-one bible resource is excellent! My children loved the easy too read and ... Read full review


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HENRIETTA C. MEARS was one of the great Bible teachers of the 20th century. While Christian Education Director at First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood, she built one of the largest Sunday Schools in the world and wrote curriculum that was in such high demand that to publish it, she founded Gospel Light in 1933. Such notable Christian leaders as Richard C. Halverson, Luis Evans, Jr. and Bill Bright were among her students. Billy Graham said of Dr. Mears, "Her enthusiasm for the Lord Jesus Christ was contagious."Miss Mears went home to be with her Lord and Savior on March 20, 1963.

Robert J. Choun Jr., a former professor at Dallas Theological Seminary, is director of discipleship at Grace Lutheran Church in Arlington, Texas. Michael S. Lawson is department chair and senior professor of Christian education at Dallas Theological Seminary and has served as a Christian education pastor.

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