The Bible Atlas: The Essential Guide to the Old and New Testament
The Bible Atlas provides the ideal accompaniment to Bible studies. Fifteen large-format coloured maps constitute a detailed guide to the places mentioned in both the Old and New Testaments, from the distribution of the nations after the Flood to the...
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The Bible Atlas provides the ideal accompaniment to Bible studies. Fifteen large-format coloured maps constitute a detailed guide to the places mentioned in both the Old and New Testaments, from the distribution of the nations after the Flood to the churches established and mentioned in the Book of Revelation.
Historically, it shows the route of the Exodus through the Wilderness to Canaan, the settlement of the tribes there, and the subsequent kingdoms of, first an united Israel as ruled by Saul, David and Solomon, and then the two kingdoms of Judaea and Israel. The New Testament maps afford readers geographical reference to the places mentioned during Christ's ministry, as well as Paul's extensive missionary journeys in the eastern Aegean. At the centre of the Bible story is Jerusalem, and there are detailed maps of both the city and its surroundings, allowing the reader to follow the journeys of Christ between Galilee and the south.
In addition to each map, there are explanatory notes describing in detail the histories of specific places and their relevance to the events in the two Testaments. Biblical references throughout the text enable instant correlation with specific passages in the Bible, and there are sixty-five coloured illustrations.
The Bible Atlas also makes the ideal companion to the previously published Chronological Atlas of the Bible.
- David Gibbons, author.
17 pages, 25.4cm x 19cm.
15 colour maps on plates with traditional illustrations with important references from Josephus and Origen together with Biblical text references The text further illustrated with traditional illustrationsAn essential companion for biblical Old Testament studies covering Palestine at the time of Christ and ancient history in context and useful for tracking of the journeys of The Israelites, Empires of the Syrians, Greeks, Alexander and Romans. Full details of Paul's apostolic journeys
- Map Platesfrontispiece - Antediluvian World And The Conquest Of Nimrod*the Distribution Of Nations After The Deluge: Descendants Of Noah And His 3 Sons *the Gentile Countries And Nations Of The Old Testament*the Exodus Of Journeyings Of The Israelites From Egypt To Canaan*the Tabernacle And Court And The Temple Of Solomon In Jerusalem*the Holy Land As Allotted By Joshua To The Twelve Tribes Of Israel*the United Kingdom Of Saul, David And Solomon*the Kingdoms Of Judah And Israel During The Monarchy *the Lands Of The Jewish Captivities *palestine At The Time Of Christ*the Sea Of Galilee*the Environs Of Jerusalem*ancient Jerusalem*paul's Journey And The Places Mentioned In The Acts Of The Apostles Endpaper - The Islands Of Greece And The Seven Churches Mentioned In The Book Of Revelation