Chock full of outlines, charts, pictures, and maps, Nelson’s Complete Book of Bible Maps and Charts is a fantastic visual Bible study resource.
My favorite part: how the book is organized. The book is divided into Old Testament and New Testament and then each book of the Bible is given its own chapter. Having the book set up in the same order as the Bible makes research super simple.
If you’re studying Nehemiah, you don’t have to flip through pages and pages of maps to find what Jerusalem looked like in his time. Find ‘Nehemiah’ in the index and then you’ll have all kinds of ‘Nehemiah’ information at your fingertips.
Author, dates, outlines, timelines, historical background…
Another great part of Nelson’s Complete Book of Bible Maps and Charts: COLOR maps! These maps (as well as all of the other charts and timelines) are reproducible for use in a class or Bible study setting. Also, you can download free .pdf versions of all of the maps and charts at Thomasnelson.com/MapsAndCharts.
I am a visual learner, so I really appreciate Nelson’s Complete Book of Bible Maps and Charts. Having so much information all in one book is an invaluable resource.
Surprisingly, the cost of this book is only around $13, through Amazon or Christianbook. Nelson's Complete Book of Bible Maps and Charts would make a wonderful addition to any Bible student's library.
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