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  1. Randy A Brown
    TN
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: male
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Excellent for study and seeing the setting visually in chronological order
    September 12, 2019
    Randy A Brown
    TN
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: male
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    The visuals are well-drawn and are colorful. I found them eye-catching; drawing me into the text. All of the visuals are amazing. I especially liked the artwork that shows the setting of the story and the photos of the archaeological locations.

    The text is also-well-written and uses a 'show, don't tell' writing style that paints pictures with words to put you into the setting. It's a simplified style that's easy to follow. It seems to be written in maybe a grade-school level, but it doesn't talk down to adults of those in higher grades. It's my kind of writing.

    With 170 pages it can't cover everything in detail. Some events are left out while others are glossed over quickly. Even then, the level and amount of information it does cover is impressive. Rose Chronological Guide to the Bible is an excellent resource for personal study, small group study, Sunday school, and home school.

    Rose Publishing provided this ebook in exchange for an honest review. I wasn't required to give a positive review.
  2. Randy Brown
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Excellent guide for personal study and small groups
    September 12, 2019
    Randy Brown
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    The visuals are well-drawn and are colorful. I found them eye-catching; drawing me into the text. All of the visuals are amazing. I especially liked the artwork that shows the setting of the story and the photos of the archeological locations.

    The text is also-well-written and uses a 'show, don't tell' writing style that paints pictures with words to put you into the setting. It's a simplified style that's easy to follow. It seems to be written in maybe a grade-school level, but it doesn't talk down to adults of those in higher grades. It's my kind of writing.

    With 170 pages it can't cover everything in detail. Some events are left out while others are glossed over quickly. Even then, the level and amount of information it does cover is impressive. Rose Chronological Guide to the Bible is an excellent resource for personal study, small group study, Sunday school, and home school.
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