24 studies on Daniel & Revelation on each book's entire message.
This Understanding the Books of the Bible study guide equips groups to read and understand apocalyptic writing and to appreciate the messages of Daniel and Revelation for the contemporary context.
Two of the most dramatic and mysterious books in the Bible, Daniel and Revelation disclose many of their secrets when they're understood as the special kind of writing they are. They both use a particular literary form, known as apocalyptic, to convey their message of warning and encouragement to believers in crisis situations..
The 24-lesson format is ideally presented for group or individual studies and is adaptable to any study situation. It will evoke deep conversations about all facets of Daniel & Revelation. It will bring personal growth and life change through a new level of understanding and engaging God's word.
The Understanding the Books of the Bible series moves groups away from a typical Bible study format into a new approach to experiencing the Bible together. Instead of following artificial chapter and verse divisions, these study guides lead groups through whole books following their natural outlines and flow. They pose engaging questions for discussion with personal implications all along the way, leading to a community Bible experience.
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Content Error(s) - Be Aware
Date:February 14, 2014
Our church ordered copies of this book to use for our weekly Bible Study, and we are very disappointed with it. It has numerous Biblical errors, and we are only up to Lesson 4. For example, there is a statement written in Lesson 3 regarding Nebuchadnezzar that says the following "He asks all of his 'magicians, enchanters sorcerers and astrologers' to tell him A DREAM THAT HE HAS FORGOTTEN." There is no place in scripture that indicates that Nebuchadnezzar can't remember his dream. Just one example of numerous problems, and we have only just begun the study. It also has some pretty ridiculous questions at the end of each section. Wouldn't recommend this book to anyone. :(