With more than 500 full-color photos, illustrations, maps and charts, What the Bible Is All About® is the most interesting and user-friendly Bible handbook ever! A perfect introduction to the Bible for new believers, yet this valuable resource is comprehensive enough for pastors, Sunday School teachers and seminary students. You will appreciate the easy-to-use, visually engaging format as you witness the Bible unfold before your eyes. Discover What the Bible Is All About® the world’s best-selling Bible handbook!
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HENRIETTA C. MEARS was one of the great Bible teachers of the 20th century. While Christian Education Director at First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood, she built one of the largest Sunday Schools in the world and wrote curriculum that was in such high demand that to publish it, she founded Gospel Light in 1933. Such notable Christian leaders as Richard C. Halverson, Luis Evans, Jr. and Bill Bright were among her students. Billy Graham said of Dr. Mears, "Her enthusiasm for the Lord Jesus Christ was contagious."Miss Mears went home to be with her Lord and Savior on March 20, 1963.From AudioFile:
Henrietta Mears's classic handbook on the Holy Bible has stood the test of time for over half-a-century, and now it finally gets an audio treatment, providing comprehensive overviews of all 66 books. Along the way, she does more than simply state biblical facts; she also offers applications and extrapolations culled from her years of experience as a Sunday school teacher. Kelly Dolan's and Anna-Lisa Horton's voices set off individual chapters, with Dolan carrying his parts off without a hitch. Horton's warm Australian accent and pronunciations sometimes contradict Dolan's. Still, the use of two distinct readers keeps the flow of the book moving. With such a varied tome as the Bible, the listener will enjoy the freshness of each new chapter's reader. S.M.M. © AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine
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