Mark E. MooreWaterbrook Press / 2019 / Trade PaperbackOur Price$12.994.5 out of 5 stars for Core 52: A Fifteen-Minute Daily Guide to Build Your Bible IQ in a Year. View reviews of this product. 33 Reviews
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Jean5 Stars Out Of 5One of the BestJune 22, 2021JeanDefinitely one of the best. We've learned so much. Mark Moore is a great teacher.
lifegroup4 Stars Out Of 5great for group studyJune 2, 2021lifegroupUsing this book and corresponding videos in a life group, I like the idea and the way it is layed out. There are a few things that the authors take is not quite biblical teachings, but it offers a great opportunity for discussion on these opinions.
Pastor Darren E ButlerFreeport, New YorkAge: 45-54Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5PhenomenalDecember 8, 2020Pastor Darren E ButlerFreeport, New YorkAge: 45-54Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book is PHENOMENAL! It requires close observational reading or you will miss some valuable information and possibly misconstrue and misinterpret some of the author's viewpoints. It is excellent for building a solid foundation to understanding the Bible as a whole from an overview perspective. I am finding it to be a great blessing!
reinhardtAge: 35-44Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5engagingAugust 10, 2020reinhardtAge: 35-44Gender: maleA great introduction to the core thoughts of the bible. Written in an easy and entertaining style. Contain lots of insight into how the big picture story of the bible works. Highly recommended.
Mama2 Stars Out Of 5Just Say NoFebruary 7, 2020MamaQuality: 3Value: 2Meets Expectations: 1I was pretty disappointed with this book. I kept trying to be patient with it, but it's really pretty weak. In fact, the introduction makes it sound like it's supposed to be some kind of baby food, a palatable version of truth for Christians who don't feel like chewing. As a team player, I stuck with it because we're supposed to be reading it for a year. I finally gave in at week 5's full-on replacement theology. The author tries to walk it back by saying that the church hasn't taken Israel's place, only to go on to explain how the church has taken Israel's place. I discussed it with my small group and we agreed. A good idea, maybe? If you have people who are really badly bible illiterate? That's me being optimistic. Really, there are better books out there that can do the same thing. One recommendation would be Bible Savvy. This book is just too theologically weakened by the author's presuppositions. I don't want to help make bible literate Christians with a tool that also costs me a lot of time in disclaimers .