The Most Significant People, Places, and Events in the Bible
Much human understanding occurs visually. When it comes to quickly grasping and retaining information, the human brain functions best with a combination of both words and pictures. That's where A QuickView Guide to the Bible comes in. Like an...
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Much human understanding occurs visually. When it comes to quickly grasping and retaining information, the human brain functions best with a combination of both words and pictures. That's where A QuickView Guide to the Bible comes in.
Like an infographic survey of Scripture, A QuickView Guide makes the Bible accessible and memorable for students, laypeople, and anyone curious to know more about God's Word. In under 200 pages it presents dozens of at-a-glance snapshots that visually communicate key stories and insights in the Bible in an informative and understandable way.
Author Christopher D. Hudson summarizes the most important aspects of the Bible through:
•QuickView Summaries-outlines of Bible books and sections
•QuickGlance Bible Characters-revealing the highs and lows of central Bible figures' lives
•QuickScan Bible Places-descriptions of key geographical locations and buildings in the Bible
•QuickLook Bible Events-tracing the main happenings in the Bible's vast and interconnected history
Using lists, maps, charts, and other visual aids, A QuickView Guide to the Bible brings to vivid clarity the overarching story of Scripture. Readers will gain a greater understanding and appreciation for the book of books.
Christopher D. Hudson served as the General Editor of Strive: The Bible for Men as well as for Revolution: the Bible for Teen Guys. Christopher was also a consulting editor for the New Men's Devotional Bible and has created many other best-selling Bible projects. Through his twelve-years in Christian publishing, Christopher has created daily devotional titles such as Day by Day with the Early Church Fathers. Christopher, his wife and 3 children, live in Northern Illinois where he also serves on the athletic coaching staff of Wheaton College. A