What makes the Bible a unique book? How and why it has affected the laws, culture, art, literature, ethics, and behavior of nearly every society on earth? How is the Bible organized? Where to find a free copy.
What Does the Bible Say About Creation?
The Bible’s account of the creation process is presented in an easy to follow chronological manner and shows how it differs from the secular or world narrative. It describes the Creator God and His order of creation including time, space, matter, light, water, plants, fish, birds, animals, and humans, both male and female. It describes “In the beginning”, “made in the image of God”, the first environment, human identity, purpose and relationships. It provides a chart depicting how the biblical narrative differs from the secular world and evolution narrative.
What Does the Bible Say About Good and Evil, Life and Death?
Have you wondered why there is evil in the world? The Bible tells how evil entered the good creation by the choices of the first humans, breaking their relationship with the holy God, resulting in judgments, fear, and death which impact everyone and the earth. Yet God’s plan to bring hope and new life in the midst of evil and suffering is found in the accounts of Adam, Eve, Noah, and Abraham.
Bible’s Account of the Birth of the Nation Israel; Why it Exists Today.
How did Israel become a nation and why has this nation continued to exist after four thousand years? In “A Nation Is Born” we continue Israel’s history with Moses and the Jews’ enslavement in Egypt and their miraculous exodus to freedom. This account explains the remarkable significance behind the Jewish Passover which is still celebrated to this day.
What was Israel's response to God’s moral, civil, & ceremonial laws while traveling to the promised land?
We all follow sets of rules; the question is, whose? We all give our hearts to something; the question is, to whom? God, knowing the human heart, gave to the new nation through the man Moses, moral, civil, and ceremonial laws, that would, if obeyed, provide for their security and freedom as they entered the Promised Land. This is the account of what happens when people either obey or reject God’s authority and guidance.
How does leadership affect a nation?
The United Kingdom covers 470 years of history when Israel was at its peak in size and influence. It describes the character, strengths, and weaknesses of its key leaders, Saul, David and Solomon, and how their relationship with God impacted the country. God repeatedly communicated with them, blessed, warned, and judged them, which provides insights into how God deals with individuals and nations today.
Why does a nation fall?
The Divided Kingdom follows 930 years of Jewish history. The powerful influential nation split into two kingdoms, Israel and Judah, following a conflict in leadership. God, through many prophets, taught and warned the people to stop worshipping false gods, repent, and obey Him. Continued rebellion led to judgment by God: conquest by Assyria, then Babylon, and the dispersion of the people. God, in His sovereignty, returned the people to the promised land as foretold by the prophet Isaiah who said a “Cyrus” would let Jews resettle Jerusalem and rebuild the temple. While the land was ruled by three empires, as foretold by the prophet Daniel, God continued to fulfill His Covenant promise that the Redeemer would come from the Jews.
Why is the Birth of Jesus Christ Unique?
“Jesus’ Early Years” explains how Jesus’ birth fulfills hundreds of Old Testament prophesies and describes biblical events from Jesus’ birth to age 12.
Jesus: Who Is He?” Who Does He Say He Is?
“Jesus: Who Is He?”, presents the biblical answer to the following questions: Is Jesus both fully God and fully man? How did Jesus react when tempted by Satan? Was Jesus involved in creation? How can one be “born again”? What does believe mean? What happens if you do not believe Jesus?
Is Jesus God? What did He teach?
“Jesus’ Teachings” provides a brief overview of who Jesus is by looking at His miracles, parables, claims about Himself, and teachings. Jesus made truly unique claims! The question is: are His claims true? When we look at His claims, we’re left with 3 options.
How Does Jesus Complete His Mission?
“Jesus’ Final Week” summarizes the completion of Jesus’ mission as Redeemer. It covers “Palm Sunday”, the Passover meal, Judas’ betrayal of Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane, Jesus’ arrest, trials, beatings, crucifixion, burial, resurrection and His post-resurrection appearances. The Bible’s redemption narrative becomes clear.
How Jesus’ Followers Grew Into the World’s Largest Religion.
The Church’s Beginnings” describes how Jesus’ followers fulfilled His last command to spread the Gospel from Jerusalem “to the ends of the earth.” Key events include the ascension of Jesus to heaven, the coming of the promised Holy Spirit, the stoning of Stephen, the conversion of Saul, resolution of the first church conflict, and the beginnings of severe Christian persecution.
What Do Biblical Christians Believe?
“Letters and the Revelation” recaps the twelve themes included in the twenty-one letters which were written to the new churches to encourage believers in their faith and explain God’s instructions. The Bible is integrated in its messages that impact everyone.
The final book of prophecy, Revelation, describes the world’s future, provides warnings, and offers tremendous hope as God is completing His redemption story.
Practical guidance for today, hope for the future.