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- Bible maps with clear plastic overlays of modern-day cities and countries and show you where Bible places are located today
- More than 120 full-color accurate and updated topographical maps
- Many maps include notes and arrows to show details and routes of people and events
- Fascinating insights explain how geography and politics affected the lives of Bible people like Abraham. Moses, Joshua, David, Esther, and many more.
The exciting events in the Bible took place thousands of years ago--in a culture very different from today's modern world. Author Dr. Paul Wright has lived in Jerusalem for many years and teaches about the culture, politics, and geography of the Bible. With a wonderful gift for storytelling, Paul opens up the world of the Bible in ways that will help you understand the stories of beloved Bible characters.
- See how David's clever understanding of geography and politics led to his marriage with Ahinoam of Jezreel
- Discover why Naomi, in the book of Ruth, couldn't just move back to Bethlehem after her husband's death and farm his land again.
- Find out why Moses and the children of Israel took the long route from Egypt to the Promised Land, rather than the direct route
Rose Publishing Product Code: 165X
Number of Pages: 272
Vendor: Rose Publishing
Dimensions: 11.00 X 8.50 (inches)
Series: Rose Bible Reference Books
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"In this integration of biography, history and geography, Paul Wright applies his considerable knowledge of the land to the life and times of people in both the Old and New Testaments. In his capable hands readers will see the characters of the Bible come to life in the context of the very real world in which they lived. Whether readers have been through the Bible fifty times or this is their first, the pictures, maps and extremely readable text will lead them to fresh insight into this greatest of stories."
Dr. John Walton, Professor of Old Testament, Wheaton College
"It is a pleasure to recommend this atlas by the biblical scholar and experienced historical geographer, Paul Wright. Nothing is more important than the relationships of the great men and women of the Bible with God and with the land that God gave them. Wright provides the best possible introduction, with outstanding texts, maps, and photos, for the adventure of guiding the reader through the stories of the Bible."
Richard S. Hess, Ph.D., Earl S. Kalland Professor of Old Testament and Semitic Languages, Denver Seminary
"This is a book that I would highly recommend for anyone looking for help understanding the role of the physical setting of the Bible, the cultural milieu across the centuries it covers, and the unique literary usage of place in the narratives of the both the Old and New Testament. Wright is to be commended for producing such a clear, nuanced, and accurate text, and Rose should be thanked for making it available to us in such an attractive and helpful format."
—J. Michael Thigpen, Executive Director of the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS).
(His educational background includes a B.A. in Religious Studies from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; a M.Div. from Columbia International University; and a M.Phil. from the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.) See the "review section" to read his full review.
Greatness, Grace, and Glory [the original title of the book] anchors individual, biblical stories in real time and real place. Through Wright's careful study of the Bible and his exceptional descriptions the land, both major and minor characters are brought to life in their historical, cultural and geographical contexts. Without losing sight of the overarching biblical narrative, Wright expertly fashions this book to be used as both a history book and a Bible atlas, making it a valuable resource for any student of the Bible.
Cynthia Parker, Ph.D. candidate at the University of Gloucestershire, Cheltenham UK. Teaches in Israel
This is a terrific volume for reading the Bible and its cast of characters in context. The combination of text and illustration is wonderful. Among the chapters, I was particularly taken with the treatment of Ruth, Naomi, and Boaz, and the way that Wright was able to take these "minor" characters and assist readers in a fuller grasp of a classic tale.
Dr. J. Andrew Dearman, Professor of Old Testament, Associate Dean, Fuller Theological Seminary
By depicting biblical movements of faith and life within their geographical and historical contexts, Greatness, Grace & Glory [the original title], provides an invaluable resource for biblical readers and scholars seeking to "walk the Bible" with informed and realistic imagination. Dr. Paul Wright's expert analysis and beautiful photography that accompanies the vivid maps provide the kind of insight that helps anyone who reads, studies, or teaches the Bible understand and appreciate the drama of Scripture filled with the actions of immigrants, invaders, refugees, tyrants, captives, and missionaries on the stage of the biblical lands and seas.
Linford Stutzman, PhD, Director Biblical Lands Educational Seminars and Service, Eastern Mennonite Seminary
If you're looking for a resource that really gives you a "feel" for what's going on as you read the Bible, here it is. Combining first-hand expertise in the historical-geographical settings of the Bible with keen spiritual and theological insight, Paul Wright takes us on a journey through the pages of redemptive history. The biblical characters come to life against the backdrop of their own time and place and their faith-journey illuminates our own. I highly recommend this unique atlas of biblical biography.
Dr. Larry R. Helyer, Professor Emeritus of Biblical Studies, Taylor University, Upland, IN
If you want a Bible Atlas that goes beyond putting places on a map, this book is for you. I have used Rose’s Then and Now Bible Maps PowerPoint for some time now to show me where things are or were located. It is a great tool for that. Doctor Wright has produced a unique and magnificent atlas framed around the events and people of the Bible. Each page contains pictures, maps, and discussions based around a central person or persons. It is well organized and easy to use, especially if you are studying a particular person or time during the Bible. It adds depth to any study along with other resources such as commentaries and dictionaries… I want to thank Rose Publishing for providing an advanced copy of this book for review. The copy was provided as a PDF file which is an exact digital image of the printed book. I will be adding this book to my reference library. It is indispensable.—Robert Bock, Rose reviewer and blogger
Most Bible atlases only feature maps with very few explanations—which means they show where places are, but they don't explain why they matter. Enjoy having an Atlas that not only includes over 120 maps, but also key background information! Rose Then and Now Bible Map Atlas with Biblical Background and Culture is the only Bible atlas with a combination of—
- 120 stunning detailed Bible maps.
- Clear plastic overlays of modern cities and countries so you know where Bible places are today.
- Incredible insights into the lives of 30 important Bible characters. This Bible atlas focuses on people—not regions—and how the Middle East geography affected their lives and decisions.
You take studying the Bible seriously, which means you already know that understanding the Bible's background and context is the only way to fully understand its meaning. But with dozens of cultures and cities mentioned in the Bible—what information is important to know?
Featuring over 120 maps, charts, pictures, archaeological finds, and insightful commentary Rose Then and Now® Bible Map Atlas will become your go-to resource for key background information—making it easy to see how culture, geography, and politics affected the lives of dozens of key people within the Bible. It's the ONLY topical atlas with clear plastic overlays showing modern-day cities!
This is the Only Topical Atlas Available that Offers All these Features:
- 120 Full-Color, Detailed Bible maps, 50 photos, charts, timelines, archaeological finds, and more!
- "Then and Now" Regional Maps with Clear Plastic Overlays. Easily see where Bible places are located today! No other topical atlas has this feature!
- Incredible commentary on the lives of 30 important Bible characters, including Abraham, Moses, Joshua, David, and more.
- Fascinating facts that will deepen your understanding of familiar Bible stories and events. (For example: Find out why the Jewish people were so eager to see Jesus as the political leader sent to free them from Roman rule.)
Paul Wright Gives You Amazing Insights into Bible Geography and Culture
More than 120 full-color maps, plus more than 50 photos and diagrams and family trees. Maps include lines to show the direction people traveled, along with helpful notes. Paul Wright's text gives Bible references and shows how knowing the land of the Bible uncovers new details in the most beloved stories and people.
- Know how David's clever understanding of geography and politics led to his marriage with Ahinoam of Jezreel.
- Discover why Naomi, in the Book of Ruth, couldn't just move back to Bethlehem after her husband's death and use his land again.
- Find out why Moses and the Children of Israel took the long southern trek from Egypt to the Promised Land, rather than the direct route.
This atlas gives you incredible insights into your favorite Bible stories. See the Table of Contents at the bottom.
Learn About the Holy Land From the Man Who Trains Israeli Tour Guides!
This best-selling Bible atlas was authored by Dr. Paul H. Wright, president of Jerusalem University College (Institute of Holy Land Studies). Over the years Dr. Wright has led thousands of university students and adults on field studies throughout Israel, the Palestinian territories, Jordan, Egypt, and the Sinai, many to out-of-the-way places not normally seen by students of the Bible.