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This 4th Edition has been completely revised to tell the story of the Old Testament not as disconnected stories, but as one story of God at work redeeming His fallen creation. New photos and critical thinking questions to help students understand and apply the text are included, while a new single-column format helps with the reading experience.
This resource is also known as Bob Jones Bible Truths B, Student Edition, Grade 8, 4th Edition.
Number of Pages: 202
Vendor: BJU Press
Publication Date: 2012
|Dimensions: 10.88 X 8.5 (inches)|
Series: BJU Press Bible Truths
BJU Press Bible Truths Grade 3 Homeschool Kit (4th Edition)BJU Press / 2012 / Other$89.505 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
BJU Bible Truths Grade 2 Teacher's Edition with CD-ROM (Fourth Edition)BJU Press / 2011 / Other$66.115 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
Mark L. Ward, Jr.5 Stars Out Of 5(From Author)July 26, 2015Mark L. Ward, Jr.Quality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book tells the entire story of the Old Testament in a contiguous way, tracing God's purpose to glorify Himself by redeeming His fallen creation. This redemptive-historical picture of the Bible is foundational to a Christian worldview, because every worldview tells a big story about the world. The Old Testament shows us the Christian big storyor at least the foundational portions of it. The book doesn't end in the Old Testament, however; it continues to the New Testament in a final lesson, showing how Jesus ties up the loose threads of the OT narrative.
As of this moment, the only other review is a one-star review from a KJV-Only woman who admits did not read the book. If I give the book five stars, it's only to offset her one. If I do say so myself, the book deserves at least 2.5. =) (And if she actually read the sidebar, she'd see I was arguing for the KJV's rendering of זרע, namely "seed." *Sigh.*)
RobinOwosso, MIAge: 35-44Gender: female1 Stars Out Of 5Beware if you are a KJV user!April 20, 2015RobinOwosso, MIAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0Looking through the sample pages, this looked like a great bible curriculum until I noticed the sidebar on page 151 entitled 'Seed'. It promotes and encourages the use of various Bible translations. I thought BJU was KJV? Or at least cautious about referencing other translations. I am looking for something my daughter can do on her own. If I were going to teach her this curriculum, I may use/recommend it so we could discuss why we hold to the KJV and others don't, but since I'm not planning on teaching her personally, I must look for something else!
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