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Explorer's Bible Study Bible Quest: Promises Fulfilled (Luke & Acts), Student Workbook

Help your students make the careful examination of Scripture a daily habit with the Explorers Bible Study. Students start the lesson with reading a portion of Scripture before filling in a puzzle and answering five days worth of short answer questions based upon the text. Lessons will help students understand what the Bible says, what it means and how to apply it to their lives as they learn to evaluate scriptural principles. Commentary-like notes complete the lesson, defining unfamiliar words in the margins.

Promises Fulfilled walks students through the books of Luke and Acts, highlighting one to two chapters each lesson, including the parables of Christ, martyrdom, the first missionary journeys, the trials of Paul and more. 235 pages, softcover. Promises Fulfilled Answer Key sold separately. For Jr. and High School students.

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Date:August 5, 2008
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B. P.
I wish I had discovered this series a few years ago---I would have used them every year for home schooling in Jr. High and High School. The study of Luke and Acts offers a nice balance of academic study of the Word and personal application. The daily questions require honest interaction with the Scripture text and the commentary-like sections at the end of each lesson add helpful background and insight. The author also suggests the student keep a personal journal (unread by others unless they want to share), which helps make it feel like more than another study subject. The workbook is well written, doesn't "talk down" to the student but is still challenging and thought-provoking. My only complaint is minor: the cover art doesn't match the age-level of the text (too juvenile), so it's a little misleading, and caused me to hesitate. Glad I looked past the cover; this study is a great find.
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