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Know Your Bible: All 66 Books Explained and Applied

Know Your Bible All Books Explained and Applied A Book to Accompany Every Copy of God s Word Through separate books chapters and hundreds of thousands of words the Bible shares one extraordinary message God loves you Know Your Bible is

  • Title: Know Your Bible: All 66 Books Explained and Applied
  • Author: Paul Kent Paul Kent
  • ISBN: 9781602600157
  • Page: 120
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Book to Accompany Every Copy of God s Word Through 66 separate books, 1,189 chapters, and hundreds of thousands of words, the Bible shares one extraordinary message God loves you Know Your Bible is a concise, easy to understand guide to God s Word giving you a helpful and memorable overview of all 66 books For each book of the Bible, Know Your Bible provides dataA Book to Accompany Every Copy of God s Word Through 66 separate books, 1,189 chapters, and hundreds of thousands of words, the Bible shares one extraordinary message God loves you Know Your Bible is a concise, easy to understand guide to God s Word giving you a helpful and memorable overview of all 66 books For each book of the Bible, Know Your Bible provides data on the author and time frame, a ten word synopsis, a longer 50 100 word summary, thoughts on what makes the book unique or unusual, a listing of key verses, and a So, What section of practical application It s a fantastic resource for individuals and ministries

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    1. A cheat sheet to some but a truly useful tool to others, Know your Bible is one of the best dollars I've ever spent. A little paperback should accompany every bible class or study you ever attend, it's one of my favorite Christian books I've purchased to date. It lists every single book of the bible in the Table of Contents for easy reference, and has only a page or two written for each book. The information contains only a high-level view of the book, such as the author, the date it was written [...]


    2. An easy reading book that gives a one page breakdown of each of the 66 books of the Bible. Each synopsis includes: author, date written, a 10 words or less blurb, details, quotes, unique/ unusual and finally a so what? Section. I will keep this near my Bible as a quick reference.


    3. A wonderful reference book, which contains approx. 2 pages detailing each of the 66 books of the Bible. Information included for each book is the author (or the believed author), when the book is believed to have been written, a synopsis of the book, often quoted verses from the book, etc. I found this a very handy reference to have as I was re-reading the Bible recently. The version I have is on my kindle, but I enjoyed it so much that I am ordering a paperback copy to also have available for e [...]


    4. For a 99 cent deal on Kindle that was an immensely satisfying read.Essentially the book provides a cursory read of The Bible, highlighting the major events, themes, passages, and unusual historic tidbits. For many Christians who have read The Bible through but have trouble remembering what passage is in what section it is a vital read. I found my command of scripture to be much more alert after I was done.It's also an excellent resource for non-Christians who want to have a general idea as to wh [...]


    5. All 66 books are explained and applied in a synopsis of one or two pages each. We've been going through this book with our boys so they can know the overall view of the Bible.Do you know in ten words or less what the book of Amos is about? This book gives you a handle on all the books of the Bible so you know who wrote it, when, what it's about, a detailed summary, quotable verses that are common from the book, what's unique and interesting from the book and what's the take away from book--why d [...]


    6. This is a really good reference book for the Bible. This book is a good quick read to bring one up to speed in a short amount of time about each of the the individual books of the Bible. It is divided into who the book is written by, when it was written, a description in ten words or less, details please, quotable verses, the message, and so what. And all are delivered in short spurts. This is a great common-sense approach that is probably best suited as a study aide when reading the various cha [...]


    7. I love this little handy book. It’s packed with info you want to know or need to learn about the Bible. It helps you “Know Your Bible.”, especially for those who find a hard time understanding it, the books of the Bible and what they’re trying to tell you. It gives you details about the authors of the books of the Bible and dates they were written in approximation. Gives you descriptions of what each book is about and notes on the unique and unusual aspects of it, because we’re always [...]


    8. Here's me thinking it would take years to plough through the bible, yet this little gem gives you the briefest of overviews of all the chapters and main themes in the good book which you can read and digest during the course of a single train journey (as I did). Useful for believers and non-believers alike.


    9. Great fast synopsis of books of the bible. Very helpful when studying the Bible to better understand the context of history and society of that time, as well as the intent of the books and the author of them.


    10. A very helpful resourceKnow Your Bible has just enough details about each book of the Bible. Readers can check this book when trying to find a special author or passage within the Bible. I love it and will continue to use it.


    11. This is a wonderful little book to help those of us learning about the books of the Bible. Who wrote them, the main purpose of the book; prominate quotes from the books; time frame of when it was written etc. I have really enjoyed having it


    12. Great SummaryThis book allows one to have a bird eye view of all the books in God's Holy Word! Well worth the effort to read through several times to understand the Lord divine purpose for mankind!


    13. I found this to be a great tool that shared each Book of the Bible and in just a few paragraphs did an outstanding job of hitting the high points



    14. Good quick readI liked this book a lot, useful and easy to read. It has a brief practical section for each book as well. I do wish the quotes were NIV and not KJV.


    15. Attention GetterInteresting and invigorating. A quick read that can present a challenge to the motivated reader. Just enough information to tease one's heart and soul.



    16. Great book.I found this very informative. It was concise and got to the point. I felt it was well written with a bit of a fun side to it.


    17. This book is a useful and helpful introduction for someone who is new to the Scriptures. I wouldn't say, however, that it even comes close to "explaining" and "applying" all 66 books of the Bible.


    18. I wish every reference book I have could be this short, helpful, and to the point. Very efficient and handy book.




    19. BlessingsIts a c!eat view of the main things addressed in bible and gives the scriptures yo study if u want to learn more



    20. A Simple Resource for Knowing and Applying Your BibleKnow Your Bible: All 66 Books Explained and AppliedKnow Your Bible: All 66 Books Explained and Applied, by Barbour Publishing, Inc is an excellent resource for overviewing the 66 books of the Old and New Testaments of scripture. This book is small, fewer than 100 pages, but it packs a big punch and provides a lot of good information that is easily understood and is easily referenced. Each book of the Bible gets a methodical, yet brief, treatme [...]


    21. The sheer volume of The Bible is somewhat intimidating and often hampers the spiritual merits to be had in its perusal. With 38 books in the Old Testament and 27 in the New Testament, The Bible is a daunting tome to read. I have read a few chapters in some books of the Bible every now and then, and I may have finished reading a couple or more books from the New Testament. However, it is definitely hard to remember most of them, especially when it is in a bygone writing style that will need time, [...]


    22. It is easy to become mired in some of the events in the Bible, especially the Old Testament. This book gives a concise view and outline of each book, with highlighted verses and the general point(s)being made. Take note that this is not a substitute for actual scripture reading, but is a good "Cliffs Notes" to the Holy Text.


    23. This book is an excellent Bible study tool. It helps you to gain a better understanding of the 66 books of the bible at a glance. I refer to it quite often when preparing to teach bible study classes. Although tiny this book should not be taken for granted. I would recommended it to any serious student of the word of God.


    24. I use this book a lot it is a great Bible companion guide. When I am finishing one book of the Bible I always go back and read the synopses so that I can pick another book to read. I think it is best to skip around the bible if you start at Genesis you will get bored so I read this book and it helps me pick each chapter I need to read. Great reference guide.


    25. Well, I guess I was expecting more of a critical look at the individual books, this is really just a synopsis of each story with a plain vanilla one sentence commentary at the end of each synopsis. Don't waste your time unless you want to avoid reading the bible and yet want to hold your own at those bible parties we all go to so often.


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