Chronological Bible Reading Guide presents the arrangement of events recorded in the Bible in sequential order to help us better understand how time flows through and joins, or occasionally separates, these sixty-six individual books. When seen in context with the historical, political, and religious settings, we can better understand the different lessons told in different styles and literary forms including poetry, prophecy and epistles as they are intertwined with history.
These readings are grouped by chapter, and while this does not provide a perfect chronology (if that is even possible), it comes fairly close and helps retain some of the original authors’ flow when switching between books. The daily readings provide a guide through the entire Protestant canon in one calendar year. Or read at your own rate through God’s word of truth.
This guide is the result of more than a decade of personal study in Biblical history and fine-tuning the daily readings to maintain a consistent reading time.
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About the Author
Jane Weathers grew up on a small farm in South Dakota, the youngest of six children. She received a B.S. degree in education from John Brown University, and taught for twenty-four years, mostly in Christian schools. She taught students of all ages during those years, and worked one-on-one with children with learning difficulties. A highlight was teaching Bible lessons and stories with applications to little ones starting their learning years in kindergarten.
Jane’s passion for the Bible, led her to study what Bible scholars had to say about various scriptures. During a fifteen-year period she arranged her own time line for the text, and developed her Chronological Bible Reading Guide.
Jane and her husband, Ted, reside in Siloam Springs, Arkansas. They have three married sons and six grandchildren.