Michael Armour wants to help you see the "hidden" pictures within the Bible. He wants you to see that it is more than a dry book of moral guidelines. Look how the family tree of Jesus jumps from the pages of the Old Testament. Examine how some of his family lived only for the moment, while others lived by faith. The New Testament begins by telling the life story of Jesus while he was on this earth, followed by the resulting change for those who believed in Jesus as a personal Savior.
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Review 1 for A Newcomers Guide to the Bible: Themes and Timetables
Date:December 31, 2007
This is an excellent introduction to the Bible on the most basic level, though it is also helpful for longtime students. It was originally written to educate Russians who had absolutely no prior Bible experience. We have given this book to friends who are studying the Bible for the very first time. This is a great and uncomplicated overview! It paraphrases through the main highlights of the entire Bible and explains the greater themes.
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Review 2 for A Newcomers Guide to the Bible: Themes and Timetables
Date:August 6, 2007
Excellent review of the flow of Scripture from start to finish. I've used it with new Christians who think the Bible is a hard book to understand. This book helps break through that challenge!