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Biblical History

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  • Deluxe Then And Now Bible Maps (Expanded)

    $24.99

    This is the paperback version of the best-selling Deluxe Then and Now Bible Maps! This book lets you see where Bible places are today. Full-color Bible maps are alongside locations of modern-day cities and countries.

    Connect the Middle East of the news with the Holy Land in Scripture. Includes maps for favorite Bible stories, like Abraham’s journey to the promised land, the exodus out of Egypt, the story of Ruth, David’s rise from shepherd to king, and Paul’s missionary journeys.

    32 maps, including:

    *Journeys of Abraham, Jacob, Joseph
    *The Exodus
    *The 12 Tribes of Israel
    *Kingdoms of Saul, David, Solomon
    *Holy Land in the Time of Jesus
    *Journeys of Paul, Peter, Philip
    *Early Christianity

    Charts, timelines, and illustrations, including:

    *Old and New Testament Timelines
    *Tabernacle and Temple
    *Exodus Timeline
    *Ark of the Covenant
    *Where Jesus Walked
    *The 12 Disciples
    *City of Jerusalem
    *Jesus’ Journey to the Cross
    *Seven Churches of Revelation

    An excellent way to make your Sunday school, homeschool, and Bible studies more interesting. This book uses larger, easier-to-read type than most Bible atlases. Continue Reading Deluxe Then And Now Bible Maps (Expanded)

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  • Red Haired Archaeologist Digs Israel

    $15.99

    Travel Israel-past and present-to learn about its people and its God with Harvard-trained biblical archaeologist, whimsical storyteller, and sunscreen advocate Amanda Hope Haley.

    Despite what’s seen in the Indiana Jones movies, archaeology isn’t a fast-paced quest to recover legendary objects lost to time. Scholar and writer Amanda Hope Haley’s digs in Israel have been dusty, rigorous, and objective hunts for clues that reveal the world as it existed when the Bible was written.

    In The Red-Haired Archaeologist Digs Israel, Amanda travels the lands of the Bible-a trowel in one hand and a camera in the other. Discover with her how Christians can…
    *use archaeological finds to better understand Israel’s history
    *shed a Western mindset and read the Bible in its original context
    *comprehend today’s religious conflicts in the Holy Land

    For anyone curious about Israel of the past and the present, The Red-Haired Archaeologist Digs Israel investigates the historical and modern contexts we need to understand both the Bible and God’s people, and features photos from Amanda’s archaeological digs. This two-week trip through the country, which begins as a search for the meanings of ancient Scripture, just might end with a clearer perception of our current neighbors and how Jesus would have us love them today. Continue Reading Red Haired Archaeologist Digs Israel

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  • Christians Guide To Evidence For The Bible

    $21.99

    With each passing year, archaeologists and historical scholars uncover more evidence that the people, places, and events presented in the Bible are verifiable historical facts. This engaging, full-color resource presents 101 undisputed examples of those people, places, and events to help ground your reading of the Scriptures in the historic record. The proofs include:
    – Scripture references
    – full-color photos – a brief discussion of the evidence
    – a list of other places in the Bible the person, place, or event is mentioned
    – and a list of sources to consult for further information and verification

    This fascinating volume is not only a strong apologetic for the historicity of the Bible but is also the perfect resource for the layperson who wants to enhance their personal Bible study and for those teaching Sunday school or leading a group study. Continue Reading Christians Guide To Evidence For The Bible

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  • Lands Of The Bible Today

    $16.99

    If you’ve visited the Holy Land, plan to travel there, or are just fascinated by this sacred space, you’ll enjoy The Lands of the Bible Today. This handy reference guide brings 44 different sites right to you. Through beautiful photographs and interesting information, you can learn more about these special places in the comfort of your easy chair, or take this travel guide along as a companion on your journey.

    Biblical references, travel tips, and personal reflections from Our Daily Breadauthor Dave Branon make this guide useful for both biblical understanding and spiritual pilgrimage. Its portable 6x 6 size makes it ideal for carrying in your backpack to use as a quick and easy reference as you travel the Holy Land or as an attractive little coffee-table book.

    It makes an ideal gift for anyone who is traveling to the Holy Land or who is fascinated by biblical history. Continue Reading Lands Of The Bible Today

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  • Case For Biblical Archaeology

    $29.99

    For many today, history holds little application to modern existence, and so we are both biblically and historically uninformed. Biblical archaeology-the systematic study of the material remains of human behavior in biblical history-provides a helpful corrective on those two fronts. In this full-color handbook, archaeologist and professor John D. Currid shows how his field of study plays its part in restoring our understanding of ancient life and events.

    With the aid of photographs, maps, charts, and study questions, you will
    * gain overview of the geography of the land of the Bible;
    * take a tour through archaeological sites throughout the land;
    * learn about discoveries in agriculture, architecture, ceramics, burial practices, and more. Continue Reading Case For Biblical Archaeology

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  • Holy Land Handbook

    $14.99

    Visit the Holy Land, wherever you might be!

    The Holy Land Handbook is a beautifully illustrated guide to the history, culture, geography, and key sites of the Bible. This readable reference transports you to the land where Abraham, David, and Jesus lived, explaining the what, when, where, and why of their stories–and many, many more.

    The Holy Land Handbook provides details on the history, setting, and importance of more than 130 key locales, including:
    *The Dead Sea
    *Bethlehem
    *The Jordan River
    *Capernaum
    *The Jezreel Valley
    *And many more

    The Holy Land Handbook also covers the all-important city of Jerusalem with individual entries on spots such as:
    *The Western Wall
    *The Pool of Bethesda
    *The Upper Room
    *Gordon’s Calvary
    *Church of the Holy Sepulchre

    Fully illustrated in color, with helpful maps and intriguing sidebars, The Holy Land Handbook is great prep for those visiting the Middle East–and an equally great read for armchair travelers who want to better understand the Bible story. Continue Reading Holy Land Handbook

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  • Experiencing Israel : Walking With Jesus In The Holy Land

    $29.99

    Follow in the Footsteps of Your Savior

    If you’ve ever wanted to walk the streets Jesus trod, hike the hills He travelled, pass through the doorways He entered, you can now discover the Holy Land like never before.

    Journey with bestselling author Dr. Tony Evans from wherever you are and explore the Holy Land in Experiencing Israel. This guided tour of key locations in the Bible reveals the historical and spiritual significance of each place.

    As you see Israel up close through the pages of this book, you will…
    *gain a deeper understanding of the events of the Bible through the geography and history, and people of the land
    *gather insights that enrich your understanding of God’s Word and build on the spiritual *foundations of your faith
    *feel as if you were there through the stunning, full-color photography throughout
    *find practical applications that bring the world of the Bible into your life today

    Whether for the first time, or all over again, take your faith journey deeper with Experiencing Israel. Continue Reading Experiencing Israel : Walking With Jesus In The Holy Land

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  • Harvest Handbook Of Bible Lands

    $39.99

    New discoveries are constantly being made as archaeologists work to uncover the ancient history of the Bible lands to tell a more complete story of the people, customs, geography, and events of that era. Archaeologists Steven Collins and Bible scholar Joseph M. Holden have spent decades making and researching those discoveries and now offer a wealth of information based on the latest findings.

    This exciting addition to The Harvest HandbookTM series provides a textual and visual bird’s-eye view of ancient Near Eastern biblical geography, history, and chronology. Anyone looking for an accurate, readable, and usable resource to further their study of God’s Word will discover in The Harvest HandbookTM of Bible Lands a valuable backdrop for biblical narratives and literature.

    With the most up-to-date information from biblical and archaeological disciplines, you will find your knowledge greatly enriched through well-written narrative-style text, numerous maps, and instructive photographs, drawings, and diagrams. This cutting-edge tool will become your favorite resource as you study Scripture. Continue Reading Harvest Handbook Of Bible Lands

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  • Introduction To Education In Bible Times

    $17.99

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    A thought-provoking study of education in Bible times and its pivotal role in the spiritual formation of God’s people.An Introduction to Education in Bible Times takes the reader on a fascinating journey through biblical history. Using a meticulous analysis of biblical texts, Chris Reeves demonstrates the central role of education for the Jewish people, as he traces the theme of teaching and learning from the creation of man through the creation of Israel, to the teaching ministry of Jesus and the apostolic church.Historically, education was not isolated to a classroom; it was holistic and transformational and lived out in real-life experiences. Understanding the Jewish background of religious education both before and during Jesus’s time helps us to more clearly understand the relational concept of teaching and learning, the centrality of God’s Word, and of making disciples.An Introduction to Education in Bible Times challenges the reader to follow God’s purpose and intent for education as seen in Scripture. This book can serve as an effective resource for students, educators, counselors, and pastors who desire to examine the multifaceted topic of education in the biblical era in a way that is relevant to modern times. Continue Reading Introduction To Education In Bible Times

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  • Atlas Of Biblical Jerusalem Jan 2019

    $17.95

    The best handy Bible Atlas ever. Includes 17 large maps, 13 insert maps, chronological table and complete index of place names.
    Continue Reading Atlas Of Biblical Jerusalem Jan 2019

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  • Phoebe : A Story

    $24.00

    Sometime around 56 AD, the apostle Paul wrote to the church in Rome. He entrusted this letter to Phoebe, whom he describes as the deacon of the church at Cenchreae and a patron of many. But who was this remarkable woman?

    Biblical scholar and popular author and speaker Paula Gooder imagines Phoebe’s story?who she was, the life she lived, and her first-century faith?and in doing so opens up Paul’s world, giving a sense of the cultural and historical pressures that shaped his thinking and the faith of the early church. Rigorously researched, this is a book for anyone who wants to engage more deeply and imaginatively with Paul’s theology. Continue Reading Phoebe : A Story

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  • Bible And Archaeology

    $14.95

    This book is a brief, popular (but informed and up-to-date) introduction to the relationship between the Bible and archaeology. Material culture (i.e., artifacts) and the biblical text illuminate each other in various ways, but many of us find it difficult to reach a nuanced understanding of how this process works and how archaeological discoveries should be interpreted. This book provides an irenic and balanced perspective on these issues, showing how texts and artifacts are in a fascinating dialogue with one another that sheds light on the meaning and importance of both. What emerges is a rich and complex picture that enlivens our understanding of the Bible’s message, increases our appreciation for the historical and cultural contexts in which it was written, and helps us be realistic about the limits of our knowledge. Continue Reading Bible And Archaeology

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  • 99 Astonishing Cities And Civilizations Found In The Bible

    $14.99

    Why do some ancient cities remain while other have disappeared? Explore the ruins of Timgad, an ancient colonial Roman city in current-day Algeria. Or visit Hattusa, the capital of the Hittite Empire in the 17th century BC. Experience amazing discoveries from the ancient world. Fascinating stories about a Jewish community in China which developed in the 1800s. This compelling book delivers authentic photographs, credible detailed descriptions with beautiful maps, and profound insights into ancient cities and places from the Bible. Continue Reading 99 Astonishing Cities And Civilizations Found In The Bible

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  • Understanding The Israelite Samaritans

    $14.95

    Understanding the Israelite Samaritans opens a window into the fascinating history of the Samaritan community. The Samaritans are a small group that claims descent from the ancient Israelites, that is, from the biblical Kingdom of Israel (as opposed to Judah), and claims to continue the Northern Israelite lineage and heritage. The Samaritans are associated with one of the most famous New Testament parables, known as The Good Samaritan. The Gospels also tell of Jesus’ encounter with a Samaritan woman at Jacob’s well. Like Jews, Samaritans base their religion on the Torah. Their holy site is at Mount Gerizim, near Shechem, in the heart of the region of Samaria (hence their name), rather than in Jerusalem.

    Understanding the Israelite Samaritans communicates the history of this ancient community in an accessible, clear way, along with rich illustrations that eloquently tell its story of tenacious survival throughout the centuries. Continue Reading Understanding The Israelite Samaritans

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  • Understanding Hezekiah Of Judah

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    Understanding Hezekiah of Judah: Rebel King and Reformer is a thought-provoking exposition of the political and religious developments in the kingdom of Judah during the reign of King Hezekiah, based on a close reading of biblical and extra-biblical sources and the insights from associated archaeological finds. Among the major discussions are: Hezekiah’s reform of the Israelite cult-the elimination of rural altars and the centralization of all worship in the Temple of Jerusalem, the introduction of literary prophecy and its social message into Judah, and Jerusalem’s deliverance during the Assyrian campaign against Judah in 701 BCE. Understanding Hezekiah of Judah: Rebel King and Reformer shows that the Age of Hezekiah was a key stage in the growth and transformation of Jerusalem into the Holy City we know today.

    Understanding Hezekiah of Judah: Rebel King and Reformer contains full quotation of ancient texts, as well as numerous maps and illuminating illustrations. Continue Reading Understanding Hezekiah Of Judah

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  • Twice Told Tale

    $64.00

    The Twice-Told Tale: Parallels in the Bible is the English version of a Hebrew work titled Parallels in the Bible, which is also published by Carta Jerusalem. As in the Hebrew version, the entire Book of Chronicles (I and II) appears in one column, with the parallel verses from other books of the Bible in an accompanying column on the same page. Parallels between books other than Chronicles are also included, such as parallel laws in the Pentateuch, later prophets’ use of earlier prophets, and parallel psalms and proverbs. Words or phrases that are omitted in one source are represented by blank spaces of appropriate length in the opposite column. The Twice-Told Tale: Parallels in the Bible uses the classic text of the King James Version for this English edition.

    Key features of The Twice-Told Tale: Parallels in the Bible:
    * It collates and presents parallel Bible texts in a way that clearly shows the duplications, differences, and silences.
    * It is conveniently arranged for ease of study.
    * It allows you to draw your own conclusions regarding the variant accounts in the Bible. Continue Reading Twice Told Tale

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  • Path Of Christianity

    $65.00

    24 Chapters

    Additional Info
    John Anthony McGuckin, one of the world’s leading scholars of ancient Christianity, has synthesized a lifetime of work to produce the most comprehensive and accessible history of the Christian movement during its first thousand years. The Path of Christianity takes readers on a journey from the period immediately after the composition of the Gospels, through the building of the earliest Christian structures in polity and doctrine, to the dawning of the medieval Christian establishment. McGuckin explores Eastern and Western developments simultaneously, covering grand intellectual movements and local affairs in both epic scope and fine detail. The Path of Christianity is divided into two parts of twelve chapters each. Part one treats the first millennium of Christianity in linear sequence, from the second to the eleventh centuries. In addition to covering key theologians and conciliar decisions, McGuckin surveys topics like Christian persecution, early monasticism, the global scope of ancient Christianity, and the formation of Christian liturgy. Part two examines key themes and ideas, including biblical interpretation, war and violence, hymnography, the role of women, attitudes to wealth, and early Christian views about slavery and sexuality. McGuckin gives the reader a sense of the real condition of early Christian life, not simply what the literate few had to say. Written for student and scholar alike, The Path of Christianity is a lively, readable, and masterful account of ancient Christian history, destined to be the standard for years to come. Continue Reading Path Of Christianity

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  • Jerusalem City Of The Great King

    $32.00

    This volume, the second of four in The Carta New Testament Atlas series, presents the latest advances in the history and archaeology of Jerusalem. The last fifty years in particular have seen significantly increased efforts to discover the city’s past. New finds every year render what is previously written almost out of date before the ink is dry. With an acknowledgement of this reality, together with a recognition that much of the Old City of Jerusalem remains inaccessible to archaeological investigation, the present work lays its shoulder to the challenge.

    The author, in bringing together this mosaic of evidence, examines the results of recent archaeological investigations and understands them in light of a careful reading of the ancient literary witnesses (biblical and extra-biblical). Notley pays attention to the nuances of language that inform us in the Greek and Hebrew accounts. This is no simple task, and it falls precisely at the juncture of history, philology, and archaeology. To deny the voice of one discipline over the others can leave us short of a clear understanding of history and its topographical details.

    Profusely illustrated, this is one more tour de force by renowned author R. Steven Notley, a scholar at the cutting edge of New Testament research. Continue Reading Jerusalem City Of The Great King

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  • As It Is Written

    $13.99

    Preface
    PART I. THE FRAMEWORK / LITERALISM DEBATE
    Chapter 1 – Introduction And Definition
    Chapter 2 – Problematic History And Traditionalist Concerns
    PART II. THE TRADITIONAL INTERPRETATION OF GENESIS 1
    Chapter 3 – Establishment Of Genre Type
    Chapter 4 – Survey Of Exegetical Arguments
    Chapter 5 – Response To Literalism Problems
    PART III. THE FRAMEWORK HYPOTHESIS ERRORS
    Chapter 6 – Introduction To Rebuttal
    Chapter 7 – The Triad Structure
    Chapter 8 – The Genesis 2 Message
    Chapter 9 – The Two-Register Cosmogony
    PART IV. CONCLUSION
    Chapter 10 – Final Observations
    Abbreviations
    Select Bibliography
    Subject Index
    Name Index
    Scripture Index

    Additional Info
    The framework hypothesis or literary framework view has grown in acceptance as more readers of Scripture place science as the authority over the interpretation of God’s Word. By re-interpreting Genesis, this view encourages Christians to disregard the plainly shared timeline of creation and instead consider it as merely figurative or poetic rather than historical and accurate. This book presents in a simple but clear presentation the basic argument for a six-day literal interpretation of Genesis 1. Continue Reading As It Is Written

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  • In The Masters Steps

    $25.00

    This volume, the first of four in The Carta New Testament Atlas, is about recent advances in history, geography, toponomy, and archaeology, the tools necessary to shed fresh light on the Gospels. The hope is that a better understanding of the physical setting and events that framed the life of Jesus can assist us to hear more clearly the message he proclaimed. Continue Reading In The Masters Steps

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  • World Of Jesus (Reprinted)

    $13.00

    Popular Author Provides the Market’s Most Accessible Introduction to the World of Jesus’ Time

    To understand Jesus’ life and ministry, we need to understand the history and culture of his world. Marty, author of the popular The Whole Bible Story, provides readers with a thoroughly readable, easy-to-understand history of Israel leading up to the time of Christ. Each chapter ties closely to the events of the New Testament as Marty carefully answers such questions as

    *Who were the Pharisees and why was Jesus upset with them?
    *Why didn’t anyone like the Samaritans?
    *When and why did the Jews start worshiping in synagogues rather than the Temple?

    The book will include call-out boxes, summaries, and other tools to make this the most accessible book available on the topic. Continue Reading World Of Jesus (Reprinted)

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  • Rose Guide To The Temple

    $29.99

    In the late afternoon sunlight, the Temple Mount in Jerusalem is one of the most breathtaking places in the world. This was the site of Solomon’s great Temple, a house of prayer for all people – the center of worship and celebration.
    For centuries it stood, until the Babylonians captured Jerusalem and destroyed the Jewish temple. The devastation was both physical and spiritual: the Temple was an awesome structure, but it was also the place of the Lord’s presence with his people, the place of worship.

    About seventy years later, the people returned to Jerusalem and built a second temple. It wasn’t as spectacular as the original, and those who remembered Solomon’s golden pillars, wept over the difference. Yet it was the house of God to the exiles who came home.

    Some 300 years later, Herod the Great, one of the greatest builders in the ancient world, renovated and expanded the second Temple and made it famous, rivaling the finest monuments of that time. This is the temple where Jesus was dedicated as a baby, where he honored the widow for giving all she had, and where he threw out the money changers.

    The Temple is important, both as a historical and architectural masterpiece, and as a spiritual symbol of God’s desire to dwell with his people.

    This full-color book gives a complete easy-to-understand overview of the history of the Temple in Jerusalem. People who enjoy Bible study will love the fact that it answers many questions about how the Temple looked during biblical times. Bible scholars and professors will enjoy the well-annotated text. The author is archaeologist and professor Dr. Randall Price. He has spent more than 30 years exploring the Holy Land studying the Temple.

    This book has more than 100 images, charts, diagrams, photos, and illustrations, many of which have never published before. It covers the span of time from Abraham to modern day. Continue Reading Rose Guide To The Temple

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  • Restoring The Jewishness Of The Gospel

    $11.99

    A book that introduces Christians to the Jewish roots of their faith, challenges some conventional ideas, and raises some neglected questions: how are both the Jews and the Church God`s people? Does the Law of Moses remain in force today? Filled with insight! Continue Reading Restoring The Jewishness Of The Gospel

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  • Tabernacle At Mt Sinai Wall Chart Laminated

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    New wall chart shows the Tabernacle at the foot of Mt. Sinai with the people of Israel camped around it. The cloud is the glory of the Lord filling the Tabernacle and covering the camp and the mountain (Exodus 16, 24, 40). The glory of the Lord reminded the people of God’s presence with them. Printed on heavy chart paper. Includes reproducible worksheets and handouts on the back. Continue Reading Tabernacle At Mt Sinai Wall Chart Laminated

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  • Christian History Made Easy (Student/Study Guide)

    $14.99

    This fantastic book summarizes the most important events in Christian history-from the time of Jesus to today. The author’s sense of humor makes the topic lively. Dozens of photos, quotes and websites.
    Includes leader’s guide
    Twelve weeks to a better understanding of key events and people every Christian should know. Continue Reading Christian History Made Easy (Student/Study Guide)

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  • Then And Now Bible Maps Insert

    $16.99

    Rose Bible Map Insert–An ultra-thin Bible atlas that fits in the back of your Bible.
    This incredible full color Bible atlas has clear plastic overlays of modern-day cities and countries. Now you can have Then and Now Bible maps inside your Bible. Includes 44 pages; 8 plastic overlays; all maps in full color; larger print than other Bible map inserts; every major city in the Bible; a Bible time line; index; separate maps for each of Paul’s Journeys. Continue Reading Then And Now Bible Maps Insert

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  • God Of The Mountain

    $17.99

    Numerous films have been produced about the search for and amazing discovery of the real Mt. Sinai, but there has been a hidden source of evidence for all of them. Penny Cox Caldwell and her family have been investigating Mt. Sinai since 1992, and have more boots on the ground time in Arabia than any other explorer. The God of the Mountain is the unbelievable true story of the Caldwells’ discoveries taken right from Penny’s journal, the original record of the miraculous discovery! Continue Reading God Of The Mountain

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  • Rose Guide To The Tabernacle

    $29.99

    Full color, reproducible book on the The Tabernacle, with clear plastic overlays of the coverings of the tent of meeting. The Tabernacle was the place where the Israelites worshiped God after the Exodus. Learn how the sacrifices, utensils, and even the structure of the tabernacle were designed to show us something about God. See the parallels between the Old Testament sacrifices and priests’ duties, and Jesus’ service as the perfect sacrifice and perfect high priest. See how: * The Tabernacle was built and moved * The sacrifices pointed Jesus Christ * The design of the tent revealed God’s holiness and humanity’s need for God * The Ark of the Covenant was at the center of worship.

    See how: * The Tabernacle was built * The sacrifices pointed Jesus Christ * The design of the tent revealed God’s holiness and humanity’s need for God * The Ark of the Covenant was at the center of worship.

    Contains illustrations, charts, and diagrams not available elsewhere.

    128 pages, full color with 8 clear plastic overlays showing inside/outside of the tabernacle; plus dozens of reproducible charts. You may reproduce up to 300 copies of any chart free of charge for your classroom. Continue Reading Rose Guide To The Tabernacle

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  • New Manners And Customs Of Bible Times

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    A classic resource on biblical cultures—now even better! This updated edition features a reader-friendly format with colorful photography and artwork; detailed maps, diagrams, and charts; Bible review sections at the end of each chapter; Scripture and topic indexes; and even helpful tips for visits to the Holy Land. 400 pages, hardcover from Moody. Continue Reading New Manners And Customs Of Bible Times

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  • Genesis Time Line Wall Chart Laminated

    $14.99

    Now you can see all the key people and events from the Book of Genesis at a glance. This fantastic chart includes a time line and maps, so you can quickly understand the life and travels of Abraham, Sarah, Isaac, Rebekah, Jacob, Leah, Rachel, Esau, Jospeh and more. See important events, such as Creation, Adam and Eve, the Fall, Cain and Abel, the Flood, the Table of Nations, and the Tower of Babel. If you are studying Genesis, you will want the wall chart for your classroom. Continue Reading Genesis Time Line Wall Chart Laminated

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  • Tabernacle : Shadows Of The Messiah Its Sacrifices Services And Priesthood

    $24.99

    Fresh, new, and amply illustrated! A simple, systematic, and Scriptural look at the Tabernacle’s place in God’s redemptive plan. The Tabernacle dominates fifty chapters in the Old Testament, while all of creation requires only two. Yet attaining an understanding of the design and significance of God’s first house among His people gets scant attention in most churches today. A proper understanding of the Tabernacle provides a graphic understanding of God’s redemptive program. It clearly pictures sinful man, holy God, and the incredible price required to bring the two together. A grasp of the Tabernacle’s sacrifices, services, and priesthood is prerequisite to a proper understanding of more than half the book of Hebrews, and countless other New Testament passages.

    While numerous books have been written on the Tabernacle, most focus on its services, virtually omitting the priesthood and the various sacrifices. Newer Tabernacle books are often sketchy in their content, overly fanciful in their typology, and include exaggerated anti-types of Christ that the text never intended. David M. Levy provides a resource equally helpful for those with little Bible knowledge and those with many years of personal Bible study, promising to challenge the reader with the significance of the Tabernacle. Continue Reading Tabernacle : Shadows Of The Messiah Its Sacrifices Services And Priesthood

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  • Exodus Wall Chart Laminated

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    Exodus Wall Map
    Travel with Moses and the children of Israel from Egypt to the promised land of Canaan as found in the Bible from Exodus 12 through Joshua 7. Follow the colored lines step by step:
    * The first Passover * Crossing the Red Sea * Pursued by Pharaoh
    * The bitter waters made sweet at Marah * The wells of Elim
    * Receiving the manna and the quail * Water from the rock
    * Aaron and Hur hold up Moses’ arms * Mt. Sinai and the Ten Commandments
    * The Golden Calf * The Tabernacle * and much more.
    Full color illustrations by renowned artist and illustrator Hugh Claycombe. Chart available laminated or unlaminated. . Reproducible worksheets on the back include teaching tips, a glossary of terms, and a mini map.
    Topical index: Aaron, Abiram, Amalekites, Ammon, Apis, Arad, bitter water, blood, boils, bones, bones of Joseph, bronze snake, bull god, Canaan, children of Israel, Dead Sea, Egypt, Golden Calf, Jericho, Jordan river, Joseph, Joshua, Moses, Mount Sinai, Nile River, Passover, Pharaoh, Plagues, promised land, Red Sea, Sinai, Ten Commandments, ten Plagues, the Dead Sea, the Exodus, the Great Sea, the Red Sea, Wilderness of Paran Continue Reading Exodus Wall Chart Laminated

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  • Josephus The Complete Works

    $29.99

    This comprehensive collection from the legendary Jewish historian takes you right into the action, setting up the historical relevance of first-century events, leaving behind substantial evidence for the authenticity of the biblical record.

    Most importantly, you’ll meet the historical Jesus and view Christ’s life in a light you’ve never seen before.When you own Josephus: The Complete Works, you possess some of the very best history has to offer.

    Continue Reading Josephus The Complete Works

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  • Feasts Of The Bible Wall Chart Laminated

    $14.99

    Feasts and Holidays of the Bible
    God commanded the Children of Israel to observe these feasts and holy days as memorials to the great things He had done in their lives. These are the holidays that Jesus observed all through his life. Learn about Passover,Unleavened Bread, the Feast of Tabernacles, Firstfruits, Trumpets, Chanukah, and more. Includes Hebrew lettering, pronunciation, Jewish calendar, symbolism, and Bible references for the feasts and New Testament fulfillment. Available unlaminated or laminated. Size: 19.5 x 26. Also available as an 8.5 x 5.5 pamphlet which has 12 panels and fits inside a Bible cover.
    Passover——– April 24, 2005; April 13, 2006
    Unleavened Bread -April 25, 2005; April 14, 2006
    First Fruits——-April 26, 2005; April 15, 2006
    Pentacost ———-June 13, 2005; June 2, 2006
    New Year———- Oct. 4, 2005; Sept. 23, 2006
    Day of Atonement—–Oct. 13, 2005; Oct. 2, 2006
    Feast of Booths—— Oct. 18, 2005; Oct. 7, 2006
    Torah————– Oct 26, 2005; Oct. 15, 2006
    Festival of Lights— Dec. 26, 2005; Dec. 16, 2006
    Feast of Lots—— Mar. 25, 2005; Mar. 14, 2006

    There is a reproducible Christian Passover Seder script on the back of the wall chart.
    Special thanks to Nancy Fisher, Lin Johnson, Mark Byrne, Mike Cochrane, Bobi Hromas, Shawn Vander Lugt, Barry Goldman and Sergio Urquiza
    Topical index: afikomen, blood sacrifice, Chanukah, civil New Year, Day of Atonement, Day of Judgment, Days of Repentance, Easter, Egypt, Exodus, feast of Booths, feast of Dedication, feast of Firstfruits, feast of Harvest, feast of Lights, feast of Passover, feast of Purim, feast of Tabernacles, feast of Trumpets, feast of Weeks, Hag HaMatzot, Hannukah, High Priest, Jewish year, New Year, Passover, Purim, Rosh Hashanah, Shushan Purim, Simchat Torah, Sukkot, Sukkoth, the Lords Passover, Yom HaBikkurim, Yom Kippur Continue Reading Feasts Of The Bible Wall Chart Laminated

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  • Heroes Of The Faith

    $15.99

    Within the pages of this book you will find a generation by generation account of the lives of great and godly men and women who have changed the world for Christ, from the time our great Master walked the earth to the present day, these heroes of our faith were appointed by God and granted supernatural courage and strength to stand up against tyranny and unbelief, and carry the torch of divine truth in splendor and victory. Includes more than 100 illustrations, sketches and prints spanning over 2000 years. Continue Reading Heroes Of The Faith

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  • Jerusalem At The Time Of Jesus Map Laminated

    $14.99

    Jerusalem at the Time of Jesus
    Jerusalem at the Time of Jesus shows the places where Jesus and his disciples went. This fantastic bird’s-eye map was created to meticulous archaeological detail by renown Bible artist Hugh Claycombe.
    This fantastic map shows –
    * The Temple * The Garden of Gethsemane * The Pool of Bethesda * The Siloam Pool * The Golden or Eastern Gate * Golgotha, where Jesus was crucified * The House of Caiaphas, where Jesus was tried * The Western Wall (Wailing Wall) * Kidron Valley * Damascus Gate * and more. Available laminated or unlaminated. Reproducible worksheets on the back include teaching tips, a glossary of terms, and a mini map.
    Topical index: Ashpot Gate, Beautiful Gate, Bible map, Bible maps, City of David, Damascus Gate, Eastern Gate, Essene Gate, Garden Tomb, Gentiles Court, Gihon Spring, Golden Gate, Golgotha, Hasmonean Palace, Herod, Herod Agrippa I, Herod I, Herods Temple, Herods Towers, Hezekiahs Tunnel, House of Caiaphas, Huldah Gates, Jerusalem, Jerusalem map, map of Jerusalem, ministry of Jesus, Kidron Valley, Mount of Olives, Mount Zion, Pool of Bethesda, Pool of Siloam, Sheep gate, Solomons Porch, Solomons Portico, Tekoa Gate, Temple, Temple Mount, water gate, Western Wall Continue Reading Jerusalem At The Time Of Jesus Map Laminated

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  • Foxes Book Of Martyrs (Revised)

    $17.99

    In 1563, John Foxe began a memorial of martyrs starting with Stephen, the first to die for the cause of Christ, and ending with the most recent martyrs of his day; those killed during Bloody Mary’s reign. He knew that dangers lay in forgetting the martyrs–in being insensitive to their struggles. Martyrdom is not a thing of the past; every day the Christian church is persecuted in countries all over the world. More Christians were afflicted in the twentieth century then all the past centuries combined. If the Church is not reminded of the cost to follow Christ, she will die. Be vulnerable to the cries of the martyrs. Let their courage, their faith, their love–touch your life. This updated version includes reports on modern martyrs of the 20th and 21st century, a full color timeline of selected events and people for historical reference, and has been carefully edited into Modern American English for today’s reader. Continue Reading Foxes Book Of Martyrs (Revised)

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  • Middle East Then And Now Wall Chart Laminated

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    Heavy Chart Paper

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    Middle East:Then & Now
    The Middle East: Then and Now compares a Bible map of the Middle East side-by-side with a modern-day map. The clear, colorful map with large print provides a simple way of enhancing many Old Testament Bible stories, including Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Adam and Eve, Noah’s ark, the Tower of Babel, Daniel, and Esther. Available laminated or unlaminated. Reproducible worksheets on back.
    Topical index: Afghanistan, Alexandria, Arabian Desert, Arabian Gulf, Arabian Sea, Armenia, Assyria, Babylon, Bahrain, Bible map, Black Sea, Canaan, Caspian Sea, Cush, Cyprus, Djibouti, Egypt, Ethiopia, Euphrates, Gaza, Giza, Great Sea, Gulf of Aden, Gulf of Aqaba, Gulf of Oman, Gulf of Suez, Holy Land timeline, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Istanbul, Jericho, Jerusalem, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Mediterranean Sea, Mesopotamia, Middle East, Middle East map, Middle East timeline, Mount Ararat, Nile, Nineveh, Oman, On, Pakistan, Persia, Persian Gulf, Red Sea, Saudi Arabia, Strait of Hormuz, Sudan, Suez, Syria, then and now, Tigris, Turkey, U.S.S.R., West Bank, Yemen Continue Reading Middle East Then And Now Wall Chart Laminated

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  • How We Got The Bible Pamphlet 5 Pack

    $19.95

    Size 8.5 X 5.5 – 12-14 Panels Unfolds To 33 Long.
    High Gloss Plastic Coated Sheet

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    Increase Your Confidence in the Reliability of the Bible
    How We Got the Bible will inspire your students with the stories of early Bible translators. This time line of key people and events in the history of the Bible shows ancient writing materials, such as stone and clay tablets, leather scrolls, papyrus, early hand copied books, and more. Features people who gave their lives to translating and printing the Bible, including William Tyndale, John Wycliffe, King James, Erasmus, and Johann Gutenberg.

    * Features facts about early Bibles, including the Septuagint, the Vulgate, the Wycliffe and Tyndale Bibles, the Geneva Bible, the King James or Authorized Version Bible, the Revised Version, as well as modern-day translations.
    * Special emphasis on the inspiration of the Scriptures and the reliability of the Bible as the Word of God.
    * Explains the importance of finds such as the Dead Sea Scrolls, which testify to accuracy of Bible translation throughout the centuries.

    Available as a wall chart or a pamphlet.
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  • Pilgrims New Guide To The Holy Land (Reprinted)

    $19.95

    SKU (ISBN): 9780814659557Stephen DoyleBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 1999Publisher: Liturgical Press Print On Demand Product

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  • Church In The New Testament

    $24.99

    This comprehensive reference work is a must for every serious student of the New Testament church. Encyclopedic in scope yet succinct in presentation, this survey provides greater understanding of the church, both universally and locally. Topics include the church in the Old Testament; the progressive revelation of the church throughout the Gospels; Acts and the Epistles; and more Continue Reading Church In The New Testament

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  • New Manners And Customs Of The Bible (Revised)

    $19.99

    Fully revised! Bigger and Better than ever! Over 700 scripture references, in sequence, from Genesis to Revelation. 100’s of cross references-Dozens of sayings and events from the Bible. More illustrations and photographs! Upgraded index!

    For over a 100 years, Freeman’s Manners and Customs of The Bible has been the serious Bible student’s choice.

    Short of enrolling in a course in ancient Hebrew civilization, The New Manners and Customs of The Bible is the quickest, easiest, and most enjoyable way to understand the people and culture of the Bible. It is an invaluable key to unlocking a complete and accurate understanding of Scripture often hidden in ancient Hebrew culture. Continue Reading New Manners And Customs Of The Bible (Revised)

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  • Lost Books Of The Bible And The Forgotten Books Of Eden

    $25.00

    Suppressed by the early Church fathers who compiled the Bible, these Apocrypal Books have for centuries been shrouded in silence. Now, for the first time in paperbound book, the reader can discover the hidden beauties of the Lost Books. To be found in this volume are the Apostles’ Creed, the Psalms and Odes of Solomon, and other Apocrypal writings that have become part of our religious heritage. The story of Joseph and Potiphar’s wife, of Adam and Eve, of the girlhood and betrothal of Mary, of the childhood of Jesus, are here in all warmth, intimacy, and humanity of their first telling. – Continue Reading Lost Books Of The Bible And The Forgotten Books Of Eden

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