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The bestselling Rose Book Of Bible Charts, Maps & Time Lines was the 2007 #1 Bible Reference book sold in Christian bookstores! Spiral bound for ease of use, this is a must-have for every pastor and teacher. It offers 180 pages of full-color Bible charts, maps, and time lines --all reproducible. A $250 value when items are purchased separately. Book measures 11.25 x 9.5 x The bestselling Rose Book Of Bible Charts, Maps & Time Lines was the 2007 #1 Bible Reference book sold in Christian bookstores! Spiral bound for ease of use, this is a must-have for every pastor and teacher. It offers 180 pages of full-color Bible charts, maps, and time lines --all reproducible. A $250 value when items are purchased separately. Book measures 11.25 x 9.5 x 1. Special hard cover hides spiral binding. Looks great on a bookshelf and opens flat for ease of use and for photocopying. Copies are limited to 300 per original document, in one church only. Rose Book Of Bible Charts, Maps & Time Lines is an outstanding study, teaching and pastor reference resource for understanding biblical dates, geography, events, and much more. Compare Bible times and now at a single glance. Look inside the Tabernacle and Solomon's Temple. Compare religions. There are literally thousands of facts to enrich one's Bible study, understanding, and teaching. Here is a sampling of the content found in this bestselling book: Full-color Bible Charts Overviews of the Old and New Testaments The Creation Maps that compare Bible and modern times The Holy Land: The Middle East; Where Jesus Walked Paul's Journeys Detailed illustrations of the Tabernacle, Temple and High Priest The Tabernacle Palm Sunday to Easter Biblical and historical Time Lines Christian History Timeline Bible Time Line How We Got the Bible Christianity, Cults & Religions Denominations Comparison Islam & Christianity


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The bestselling Rose Book Of Bible Charts, Maps & Time Lines was the 2007 #1 Bible Reference book sold in Christian bookstores! Spiral bound for ease of use, this is a must-have for every pastor and teacher. It offers 180 pages of full-color Bible charts, maps, and time lines --all reproducible. A $250 value when items are purchased separately. Book measures 11.25 x 9.5 x The bestselling Rose Book Of Bible Charts, Maps & Time Lines was the 2007 #1 Bible Reference book sold in Christian bookstores! Spiral bound for ease of use, this is a must-have for every pastor and teacher. It offers 180 pages of full-color Bible charts, maps, and time lines --all reproducible. A $250 value when items are purchased separately. Book measures 11.25 x 9.5 x 1. Special hard cover hides spiral binding. Looks great on a bookshelf and opens flat for ease of use and for photocopying. Copies are limited to 300 per original document, in one church only. Rose Book Of Bible Charts, Maps & Time Lines is an outstanding study, teaching and pastor reference resource for understanding biblical dates, geography, events, and much more. Compare Bible times and now at a single glance. Look inside the Tabernacle and Solomon's Temple. Compare religions. There are literally thousands of facts to enrich one's Bible study, understanding, and teaching. Here is a sampling of the content found in this bestselling book: Full-color Bible Charts Overviews of the Old and New Testaments The Creation Maps that compare Bible and modern times The Holy Land: The Middle East; Where Jesus Walked Paul's Journeys Detailed illustrations of the Tabernacle, Temple and High Priest The Tabernacle Palm Sunday to Easter Biblical and historical Time Lines Christian History Timeline Bible Time Line How We Got the Bible Christianity, Cults & Religions Denominations Comparison Islam & Christianity

30 review for Rose Book of Bible Charts, Maps, and Time Lines: Full-Color Bible Charts, Illustrations of the Tabernacle, Temple, and High Priest, Then and Now Bible Maps, Biblical and Historical Time Lines

  1. 4 out of 5

    Reeds

    There are lots of pictures of things that are described in the Bible in this book. It is a very neat book to look through. Lots of descriptions of the people in the Bible. There are also comparisons of what the different religions believe. From what I can tell so far, it'd be a very interesting book for anyone who enjoys the Bible. There are lots of pictures of things that are described in the Bible in this book. It is a very neat book to look through. Lots of descriptions of the people in the Bible. There are also comparisons of what the different religions believe. From what I can tell so far, it'd be a very interesting book for anyone who enjoys the Bible.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Pamela

    I use this book every time I study The Bible. It's a spiral bound hardcover book which allows the reader easy access to each section and makes it convenient to handle when used along with your Bible. The pages are very high quality, the illustrations are beautiful and it's a great resource whenever you want a better understanding while studying God's Word! I use this book every time I study The Bible. It's a spiral bound hardcover book which allows the reader easy access to each section and makes it convenient to handle when used along with your Bible. The pages are very high quality, the illustrations are beautiful and it's a great resource whenever you want a better understanding while studying God's Word!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Celeste

    Much information. Use the maps and charts as a visual aid in classes. Well worth the cost.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ebookwormy1

    Upon further review, I have concluded that this title was originally sold as three books, all of which we own and use. Their previous titles were: Bible Charts, Then & Now, and Bible & Church History Timelines. In general, the organization of books by section, and listing of charts in the table of contents has been adequate to aid reference consultations. Not so long ago, a Bible teacher often possessed a series of colorful maps, charts and TRANSPARENCIES that they used in groups of various size Upon further review, I have concluded that this title was originally sold as three books, all of which we own and use. Their previous titles were: Bible Charts, Then & Now, and Bible & Church History Timelines. In general, the organization of books by section, and listing of charts in the table of contents has been adequate to aid reference consultations. Not so long ago, a Bible teacher often possessed a series of colorful maps, charts and TRANSPARENCIES that they used in groups of various sizes to teach about the Bible. Handouts and projections were constructed from these images, and Bible teachers could discuss a given topic from one for a good hour, illuminating both the big picture and the interesting (or boring depending on the listener's frame of mind) details. These books contain such resources. While they have generally aged well - because the Bible hasn't changed. The format has aged. This is precisely the type of resource that the modern scholar COMPLETELY FORGETS they possess - even when teaching! Even though a CD ROM is included from which one could (presumably) project images via a computer set up, the jump to the virtual/ digital age is not kind to these heavily text laden images that exist outside of Powerpoint and Prezi. I confess that I myself am guilty of such oversight - even though I teach the smallest of groups via home school and co-ops! Also, the charts and graphs are clear, but "Listy" and far from not enticing. In a highly visual age, these reference materials are distinctly lacking in outstanding media. As such, the application of the resource is limited to those already highly interested in the content (maybe as a research resource), and will not be effective at captivating restless minds accustomed to engaging illustration that are not already convinced of their importance. However, if one could remember such relics of the past, there is something wonderful about them. No matter how your software or presentation set up technology changes, they still make wonderful hand outs! No matter how corrupt the internet becomes, teaming with fake news and red herring, this resource will continue to bring you the satisfying nourishment of education about the world's most profound book and humanity's shared history. It's a great referenced for hard data. All of this is advantageous - IF YOU CAN REMEMBER TO USE IT. For older students (upper elementary through high school), the best resource I've found is the graphic novel work of Ben Avery, but of course, you have to be comfortable with the artistic style, see The Book of God, Avery, 2011 https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... I will update my review to include an examination of each title in the set: BIBLE CHARTS, MAPS & TIMELINES This title has three sections "General Bible Charts," "Old Testament Charts," and "New Testament Charts." We have used this resource to complement read through the Bible programs, select topics for further investigation/ research and as a review of themes after teaching. This is certainly the anchor of the series, and the one I find myself using most naturally. The first section, particularly pages 17-25 gives details on how we received the Biblical text that we study today. While not aimed at children, these charts make up the most accessible presentation I have found for children on this subject matter. The sections on archaeology have not aged well and feel elementary. Two things are driving this: 1) the development of archaeology as a specialty, and 2) the expansion of general knowledge (which seems to be contracting in later generations) among the laity due to the now ubiquitous study Bibles. In addition, the sections on Bible translation into English end with the NIV! :O The charts I have used the most are: - 100 Well Known Prayers of the Bible. I would love to simply use this list for a Bible Study, but have yet to do it. - Comparisons of the Old Testament Canon between Hebrew, Orthodox, Catholic and Protestant Bibles (Note: it does not have explanations of the differences, but merely states what they are). - The Names of God with meaning, Biblical references - The Cycle of Judges - The Statue of Daniel charts are exceptionally well done And I wish I remembered - The Twelve Disciples more because it is quite good. Charts on significant passages (1 Corinthians 13, The Armor of God, The Fruit of the Spirit, Seven Churches of Revelation and 4 Views of the End Times) are good in a rather listy sort of way. While the INFORMATION is good, audiences of today, particularly the young, generally expect a higher level of presentation/ graphic to accompany them. The Map section in the back I often forget about because we have the Maps title. However, their are some graphic enhancements to the color blocks that make The Exodus map quite good. The Illustrations section well done with a higher level of artistic expression combined with helpful text. From Noah's Ark, through the Tabernacle, Ark of the Covenant, Solomon's Temple, Herod's Temple and Palm Sunday to Easter. THEN & NOW You might have to remind yourself - and others! - about what a transparency is in order to comprehend this book. The "Then" maps are colorful cartographys of the ancient world, with the "Now" captured by transparent overlays that underline cities remaining influential in the modern world. These anchors are complemented by geographic studies of related topics. For example, the book opens with a section entitled The Beginnings to the Exodus. The first image is The Middle East: Then and Now, followed by maps of Abraham's Journeys, Journeys of Jacob and Joseph, The Exodus and a map of the Tabernacle. Further sections include: The Conquest of the Promised Land, The Divided Kingdom to the Persian Empire, The Life of Jesus, The Spread of Christianity. The overlays are particularly helpful at capturing changes in the lands, and while the complementary information is well done, it is usually the overlays that draws me to the book. Once I encounter it again, if the supplements are on-topic, I might find them useful. BIBLE & CHURCH HISTORY TIMELINES This entire book is a single 20 foot accordioned timeline with Biblical events chronicled on the upper light yellow section, World events on the lower pastel purple section and an assortment of colors for major world empires. The timeline ends just after 2000AD. It should be noted that no source or credit for compilation beyond the publisher is given. The timeline is not overly cluttered, making it rather easy to orientate oneself, and the fact that they have it all in a 9x11 book format makes it easy to shelve and transport. For a comparison see, The TimeChart History of the World, 2009 https://www.goodreads.com/review/show...

  5. 5 out of 5

    Robby

    Though the five stars are truly justified; the announcement of finishing is somewhat of a false declaration. One could read this compiled information of biblical data and details from front to back, beginning to end, over and over again. And with each passing read one is left with seemingly more questions than answers. So to state that one is finished is a fabrication of the truth. With that said; this book was exactly what I had hoped it would be. A refreshing reintroduction/retelling and defin Though the five stars are truly justified; the announcement of finishing is somewhat of a false declaration. One could read this compiled information of biblical data and details from front to back, beginning to end, over and over again. And with each passing read one is left with seemingly more questions than answers. So to state that one is finished is a fabrication of the truth. With that said; this book was exactly what I had hoped it would be. A refreshing reintroduction/retelling and defining of information already understood to some degree but now reawakened by this fine presentation: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/6... This volume 1 tome will be (for me) forever valued on my bookshelf; to be referenced again and again in future religious studies or just general perusal. Highly recommend this reading for all interested in this genre (or not) and many may fine this especially useful in Bible studies and a fascination for the inquisitive minds of children. READING...........KEEP ON KEEPING ON!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Shane

    This book is a useful companion to Bible study, but, unexpectedly, some parts were more useful than others. The best and more interesting parts were lists of archaeological discoveries, a general timeline of Christian history, the info-graphs of the Tabernacle, Solomon's Temple, and Herod's Temple, and the section on Islam and Christianity. I did, however, think there were several times when the book went away from verifiable facts and into speculation/interpretation which was still more or less p This book is a useful companion to Bible study, but, unexpectedly, some parts were more useful than others. The best and more interesting parts were lists of archaeological discoveries, a general timeline of Christian history, the info-graphs of the Tabernacle, Solomon's Temple, and Herod's Temple, and the section on Islam and Christianity. I did, however, think there were several times when the book went away from verifiable facts and into speculation/interpretation which was still more or less presented as fact, and I didn't always agree with the writer's speculation/interpretation. The many charts--such as the Twelve Tribes of Israel and Key People--were often good, a nice compilation or summary of people/events to aid more in-depth study. I did think that the maps were lacking, though, hardly more in number or quality than you would find in the back of an average Bible.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Roxane Lapa

    GENRE: Non-fiction Christian, Biblical Reference BASIC SYNOPSIS This isn't really one of those books that you start in the beginning and read right through - although you can. It is more of a reference book that you can use to look up specific facts about the Bible. MY THOUGHTS This is a book I referenced a couple of times while writing my book 'Answering The Atheist'. I have quoted this as a source for some info mentioned in my 1st and 2nd chapters. It has a very user-friendly layout with interestin GENRE: Non-fiction Christian, Biblical Reference BASIC SYNOPSIS This isn't really one of those books that you start in the beginning and read right through - although you can. It is more of a reference book that you can use to look up specific facts about the Bible. MY THOUGHTS This is a book I referenced a couple of times while writing my book 'Answering The Atheist'. I have quoted this as a source for some info mentioned in my 1st and 2nd chapters. It has a very user-friendly layout with interesting facts. I docked a star because it is ring bound and makes a horrible high pitched sound each time the punch holes slide against the rings when you turn pages. If you can get the digital version, rather do that.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jodi

    This book is unbelievably helpful to the new reader of the Bible. It has colorful charts, timeline, explanations of all the events. All the characters, themes of both the Old Testament and New Testament. It truly is a 'GO TO' for any reader that is new to the Bible (as I am). This book is unbelievably helpful to the new reader of the Bible. It has colorful charts, timeline, explanations of all the events. All the characters, themes of both the Old Testament and New Testament. It truly is a 'GO TO' for any reader that is new to the Bible (as I am).

  9. 4 out of 5

    J. Robin Whitley

    Excellent reference book with great timelines and maps.

  10. 4 out of 5

    LLOYD j. DAUER

    COOL COMPARISON BETWEEN BIBLICAL EVENTS AND WHAT IS/ WAS HAPENING ALL AROUNFD THE WORLD WHILE THE BIBLICAL EVENTS WERE HAPPENING

  11. 4 out of 5

    Mario AlpĂ­zar

    If you like the study of the Bible, this book helps to understand the time line, and explain details about hot topics.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Meichunyu

    Agape Love is not based on emotions or feelings. It is a decision to be committed to the well being of others without any conditions or circumstances.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Julie Ruch

    Reference Book Interesting This is a good reference book to have on hand to accompany your bible reading. I pulled it out a few weeks ago to look at the maps (which are stellar, by the way), and ended up reading all the way through the book. There is a fascinating section on archeological finds supporting the bible. The reason I gave it only 3 stars is that I just don't pull it out that often. It's not a go-to book for bible study help for me. Well...that, and the fact that I'm a tough reviewer. Reference Book Interesting This is a good reference book to have on hand to accompany your bible reading. I pulled it out a few weeks ago to look at the maps (which are stellar, by the way), and ended up reading all the way through the book. There is a fascinating section on archeological finds supporting the bible. The reason I gave it only 3 stars is that I just don't pull it out that often. It's not a go-to book for bible study help for me. Well...that, and the fact that I'm a tough reviewer.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Heather's Mum

    Wow! What a great Bible Study Guide! The very best in my Library. It is a lovely hard bound spiral edition with an absolutely gorgeous, full color layout. The volume is extremely easy to use as a serious study guide and a delight to just peruse with curiosity. Included are: Full color Bible charts Accurate Illustrations of Old Testament Temple, Tabernacle, and High Priests. Ancient AND Modern Maps Biblical & Historical Time Lines Explanations of Christianity, Cults and Religions ... and so much more Goo Wow! What a great Bible Study Guide! The very best in my Library. It is a lovely hard bound spiral edition with an absolutely gorgeous, full color layout. The volume is extremely easy to use as a serious study guide and a delight to just peruse with curiosity. Included are: Full color Bible charts Accurate Illustrations of Old Testament Temple, Tabernacle, and High Priests. Ancient AND Modern Maps Biblical & Historical Time Lines Explanations of Christianity, Cults and Religions ... and so much more Good gift item! I gave this book to my retired missionary dad - who, at age 90, has everything! He is delighted with the accurate and impressive accumulation of information in the beautiful, easy to use format.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Mark Uncommon Valor

    . . . Weakness Made Strong Thyatira, a small town about 35 miles southeast of Pergamum, was founded by the general Seleucid Nicator under Alexander the Great in about 300 BC. Military garrisons greatly strengthened the city which was noted for commerce and guilds such as tanners, coppersmiths, potters, and purple dyers. Objects of worship included the Emperor, the Thyatiran war hero, Tyrimnos, and trade guild gods, e.g., bronzesmiths worshipped the goddess of war, Pallas Athena. How the church wa . . . Weakness Made Strong Thyatira, a small town about 35 miles southeast of Pergamum, was founded by the general Seleucid Nicator under Alexander the Great in about 300 BC. Military garrisons greatly strengthened the city which was noted for commerce and guilds such as tanners, coppersmiths, potters, and purple dyers. Objects of worship included the Emperor, the Thyatiran war hero, Tyrimnos, and trade guild gods, e.g., bronzesmiths worshipped the goddess of war, Pallas Athena. How the church was established is unknown, but " Lydia, a sellar of purple, of the city Thyatira, " came to the Lord under Paul's ministry in Philippi ( Acts 16:14, 15 ). . . . Background information for one of the Seven Churches of Revelation. page 107

  16. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Rose

    This is one of my FAVOURITE study tools, *especially* when I am teaching. There are more charts, maps, lists, diagrams, scales, timelines and photographs than you could ever need in one sitting. If you invest in one study companion, especially for Old Testament books, GET THIS ONE. It will open your eyes.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Katie (BooksRUs)

    Very good!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    Excellent resource for any Christian wanting to dig deeper. Has comparisons on Christian denominations and major world religions, timelines, maps, etc.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Covenant Presbyterian Springfield Ohio

    Call Number: 220.9 ROS A gift of Paul KIRKBRIDE. Available.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Joe

    Great visual to use as a reference while you are learning about history and reading the Bible.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Trina Cronier

  22. 5 out of 5

    Razmik

  23. 5 out of 5

    Vivian Bell

  24. 4 out of 5

    Teresa Rivers

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ronald Brischetto

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ajay Sunil

  27. 5 out of 5

    Cheong Kok Chee

  28. 5 out of 5

    Mary Leahy

  29. 5 out of 5

    John Penchosky

  30. 4 out of 5

    Len Lindsay

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