The Kregel Bible Atlas

The Kregel Bible Atlas

by Tim Dowley
     
 
A full-color resource for Bible geography and historical study. Carefully organized, competently annotated, and completely accessible information will make this a standard reference book for years to come.

Overview

A full-color resource for Bible geography and historical study. Carefully organized, competently annotated, and completely accessible information will make this a standard reference book for years to come.

Editorial Reviews

Ashland Theological Journal
An atlas is essential for any serious student as Scripture assumes the reader has a certain knowledge of the terrain, climate, soils, and economy of the region. It is impossible to fully understand inferences or meanings without this basis. The text is complete in its coverage of geographical features and major events in the Bible, and each page is full of maps, colorful photographs, summarizing charts and clarifying diagrams. This book is an excellent companion for the Bible student and lay person alike. Its size and price make it affordable, and its coverage makes it a valuable addition to a home or church library.
— Mary Elizabeth Nau
Church Libraries
This beautifully illustrated atlas chronicles the location of major events and journeys in the Bible with maps, charts, and commentary.
— K.H.W.
T4J Library
I always love checking out the different reference materials that come across my desk for review. Especially ones like this that are so full of vivid picture that bring Biblical history to life for me. I loved that this pictorial atlas went further than simply exploring the world of the Old Testament and that of the New Testament, but also looked at the ancient world, the people, the vents, and anything else that it could examine that covered those silent years between the two testaments. The maps were wonderful as well.
— Trisha Bleau
Libraries Alive
This slim reference book introduces readers to the lands and times of the Bible in an attractive easy-to-read format. Pages are filled with color photos, maps, charts, and diagrams related to the world of the Old and New Testament up to A.D. 300
— Beverly Stickley
Church Libraries - K.H.W.
This beautifully illustrated atlas chronicles the location of major events and journeys in the Bible with maps, charts, and commentary.
T4J Library - Trisha Bleau
"I always love checking out the different reference materials that come across my desk for review. Especially ones like this that are so full of vivid picture that bring Biblical history to life for me. I loved that this pictorial atlas went further than simply exploring the world of the Old Testament and that of the New Testament, but also looked at the ancient world, the people, the vents, and anything else that it could examine that covered those silent years between the two testaments. The maps were wonderful as well."
Libraries Alive - Beverly Stickley
"This slim reference book introduces readers to the lands and times of the Bible in an attractive easy-to-read format. Pages are filled with color photos, maps, charts, and diagrams related to the world of the Old and New Testament up to A.D. 300"
Ashland Theological Journal - Mary Elizabeth Nau
"An atlas is essential for any serious student as Scripture assumes the reader has a certain knowledge of the terrain, climate, soils, and economy of the region. It is impossible to fully understand inferences or meanings without this basis. The text is complete in its coverage of geographical features and major events in the Bible, and each page is full of maps, colorful photographs, summarizing charts and clarifying diagrams. This book is an excellent companion for the Bible student and lay person alike. Its size and price make it affordable, and its coverage makes it a valuable addition to a home or church library."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780825424670
Publisher:
Kregel Publications
Publication date:
01/28/2004
Series:
The Kregel Pictorial Guide Ser.
Pages:
96
Sales rank:
766,594
Product dimensions:
7.20(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.50(d)

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Meet the Author

Tim Dowley (Ph.D. in church history, University of Manchester) has been at the forefront of writing and editing for a new generation of resources on biblical studies and church history.

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