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Customer Reviews for The New Moody Atlas of the Bible - eBook
Review 1 for The New Moody Atlas of the Bible - eBook
Date:November 4, 2011
First, I would say it is not easy to use, when you try to blow up or blow down, usually the pictures fall into pieces. Secondary, if compare with Kindle version, I have to say that Kindle has much better user interface.
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Review 2 for The New Moody Atlas of the Bible - eBook
This is the most detailed, exhaustive, well-researched Bible atlas I have ever owned. The Bible is explained in the historical context in which it was written. This makes an excellent contribution to the library of those who interpret the Bible using the historical-grammatical, literal hermeneutic.
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Review 4 for The New Moody Atlas of the Bible - eBook
I don't think I could be any later on publishing this review, but I didn't want to forget to thank Moody Publishing for sending me a copy of The New Moody Atlas of the Bible. Long a trusted resource for scholars and Bible students, this terrific atlas has been updated and expanded to reach a broader audience. The new Bible atlas contains more graphics, 20% more maps and an additional forty-eight pages! Barry Beitzel has blended the topographical and historical in multicolored maps that accurately reflect evangelical Christianity. Pages of timeless information aid in sermon preparations, Sunday school lessons, or personal Bible study. The unique high quality maps, fact-filled text, and new additions make this the best Bible atlas available today.This is something that I think is going to be invaluable to our family for years. As a social studies education major, I loved my geography class ... and to this day, I enjoy maps and globes. (Little known fact, my grandfather was a geologist and a map maker! It's in my blood. :)) This resource is a wonderful addition to our library. Every time I read about Paul, I love having my Bible open to the back, trying to figure out Paul's missionary journey routes. And several years ago, when my women's Bible study went through Genesis, a good map was invaluable as we studied about the land God promised Abraham or where the 12 tribes of Jacob eventually ended up settling.If you are looking for a good Bible atlas for personal use or to add to a homeschooling library, I heartily recommend this one. Thank you to Moody for the copy to review and enjoy!