The deepest truths of the Bible accessible in a way that can be seen, understood, and experienced like never before, combining graphics and text to teach the nature and contents of the Bible in a fresh and exciting way.
For a beautiful, approachable, informative presentation of the concepts and principles of Scripture—turn to any page of A Visual Theology Guide to the Bible and be instantly immersed in the visuals and teachings of God’s Word.
A Visual Theology Guide to the Bible is not only a wonderful introduction to the Christian life, it is a functioning guide for understanding and living out your faith.
You’ll see how the Bible is put together, why the authors wrote each book, and what all of it means for your life today. What’s more, you’ll learn why the Bible can be trusted and how to answer common criticisms of the Bible.
Used in conjunction with Tim Challies and Josh Byers’ bestselling book, Visual Theology, this unique resource helps you connect the truth of the Bible to your life, showing how God’s eternal truth leads to life change and transformation.
A Visual Theology Guide to the Bible:
- Is written by authors Tim Challies and Josh Byers, each of whom have a deep desire to convey the deepest truths of the Bible in a fresh, beautiful, and informative way
- Includes key terms, group study discussion questions, and exercises for deeper, more personal reflection on God's Word
- Is a companion to Visual Theology and expands on the timeless, historic, biblical truths presented in that bestselling book
- Will help you grow in godliness by practicing what you learn
- Is perfect for new believers, long-time Christians, students, small groups, pastors, church leaders, and anyone else interested in sound systematic theology
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About the Author
A pastor, noted speaker, and author of numerous articles, Tim Challies is a pioneer in the Christian blogosphere. More than thirty thousand people visit Challies.com each day, making it one of the most widely read and recognized Christian blogs in the world. Tim is the author of several books, including Visual Theology and The Next Story. He and his family reside near Toronto, Ontario.
Josh Byers is a communications pastor, artist, speaker, husband, and father who resides in Iowa. Josh is an idea maker and creative visionary. His work has been featured in a wide variety of outlets from the Gospel Coalition to the Tonight Show. He writes and publishes graphics regularly at joshbyers.com.
Table of ContentsPart 1: Understanding the Bible
Chapter 1: What Is the Bible?
* The Bible is Scripture---sacred revelation from God. The Bible is Canon---the complete collection of Scriptures.
* The Bible is an Artifact---the Bible takes form in books, in apps, and so on.
* The Bible Is Made up of two Testaments, sixty-six Books, various Genres.
Chapter 2: What Does the Bible Claim About Itself?
* We Received the Bible through Inspiration. The Bible was inspired by the
* We Received the Bible through Transmission. The Bible was written down by human beings, then preserved by the church.
* The Bible Claims Inerrancy, Infallibility, Clarity, Sufficiency
Part 2: Studying the Bible
Chapter 3: Creation, Fall, and Flood
Chapter 4: Abraham, Moses, and the Law
Chapter 5: Land, Judges, and Kings
Chapter 6: Songs and Wisdom
Chapter 7: Prophets, Exile, and a New Covenant
Chapter 8: The Gospel and the Kingdom
Chapter 9: Pentecost and the Early Church
Chapter 10: The Already, Not Yet, and the End