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YOU ARE INVITED TO ENGAGE WITH THE BIBLE Inspirational and reader-friendly, the Global Impact Bible sheds light on the many unexpected ways the Bible has influenced our lives and our world. The purpose and vision of the Global Impact Bible is to allow everyone to engage with the Bible. This 4-color, highly illustrated Bible illuminates and enlivens the Bible as powerful, living text. The Global Impact Bible features: —Over 1,000 articles and quotes exploring significant developments, events, and historical personalities —4-color maps, reproductions of fine art, and photographs throughout the Bible —Theme, Names, and Places Index —A 365-day topical reading plan based on the 7 major impact themes —Complete text of the English Standard Version of the Bible, with the words of Jesus in red Wide ranging topics and ideas all connect to show one thing: the Bible’s impact has been felt all over the world, in all areas of human experience. It has made its way into our music, our art, our architecture, our politics, our education, our morals, our laws, our movies, our language and words, and virtually everything else imaginable. The Bible is unlike any other book in the history of the world, and the Global Impact Bible presents a comprehensive guide to exploring the impact and historical significance of the best-selling book of all time.
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About the Author
Jerry Pattingale, Ph.D. is a scholar, researcher, author, and speaker. He currently serves as the Executive Director of Education at Museum of the Bible, where he oversees an international team of academics, writers, researchers, media specialists, and editors developing a Bible curriculum for students. He is a senior fellow at the Sagamore Institute, a regional policy think tank, an honorary senior research associate at Tyndale House, Cambridge, a distinguished fellow at Excelsia College, Australia, and is a research scholar at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He also directs NationalConversations.com, is an associate publisher for Christian Scholar’s Review and serves on the boards of Religion News Service and Yale University's Jonathan Edwards Center.