Tyndale Handbook of Bible Charts & Maps with CD-ROM
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The CD-ROM is PC and MAC compatible and contains every chart and map in the book, each map in full color, printable pages, and Bible references are linked to the New Living Translation. This book is part of the Tyndale Reference Library.
Number of Pages: 600
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2001
Availability: In Stock
Series: Tyndale Reference Library
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The Tyndale Handbook of Bible Charts & Maps features over 400 charts and 200 maps useful to any Bible student or teacher. The pages are perforated for easy removal and fully reproducible for classroom use. This is the only handbook of charts and maps on the market that includes a CD containing full-color maps and the complete text of the New Living Translation.
Teachers, pastors, and anyone wanting to learn more about the Bible will rely on the Tyndale Reference Library for solid, evangelical scholarship packed into concise, user-friendly reference works.
genobAge: Over 65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Great resource materialMarch 22, 2013genobAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I find this book to be great source for maps and charts. A great companion to the bible.
jimsjnSouth DakotaAge: Over 65Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5Major points are missingOctober 17, 2012jimsjnSouth DakotaAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Both the "Nelson Bible Maps and Charts" and "Tyndale's Handbook of Bible maps and Charts" are great -- good overviews and especially for handouts in class. Both have a couple of major weaknesses.
The Nelson book does not have an index. Tyndale's does.
Although Nelson's chart on Acts acknowledges the power and expansion of the New Testament church, it does not refer to the church's beginning. Tyndale's is a glaring omission.
Neither have a focus on becoming a Christian, the most important answer to the question, "How does one become a Christian?" Acts chapter two is about the beginning of the church and how one receives the forgiveness of sins, thereby restoring fellowship between the sinner and God. Neither book includes charts or even a sentence on either of these most important points.
CoryAge: 25-34Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Must Have!March 23, 2012CoryAge: 25-34Gender: maleIncredible value. I feel every Bible reader should have this in their library. It's a great reference tool and easy to understand. I highly recommend it for anyone at any level.
Susan5 Stars Out Of 5January 26, 2009SusanLove this book. I teach Sunday School and I'm a visual person. It gets confusing when they move from place to place in the bible, so I can print out a map and write on it, blow it up and make everyone understand the distance and route the people took in the lesson. Each book of the bible has megathemes, topics in the book, events as well as maps and diagrams. Wonderful book, use it all the time. CD is very valuable, a littel tricky enlarging something, but you can.
Dr. S.L. Dixon5 Stars Out Of 5January 20, 2008Dr. S.L. DixonThis book is like a mini commentary with charts, maps, megathemes, and topical index. Pages to the book are perforated if you want to photo copy the material. No need to do that because the CD that comes with the book contains the entire book and has the Old & New Testament New Living Translation. The book on CD is PDF format and Adobe Acrobat reader program is included on the CD. The maps on the CD are in color and can be printed in color on a color printer. This is a plus. This book and CD are well worth its price.