Bible: Museum of the Bible, Volume Four, Student Textbook, Acts through the Book of Revelation
This is an innovative study of the Bible, including its history, narrative and impact, through engaging lessons and the use of unique interactive technology.
This volume contains twenty-eight chapters, covering the narratives from the book of Acts, the writings of Paul and other New Testament writers, and ending with the book of Revelation. History chapters discuss early New Testament manuscripts, the history of Christianity from its earliest days, through the medieval era and Protestant Reformation, all the way to the modern missionary movement. These chapters focus on how medieval Jewish and Christian writers interpreted the Bible, and on significant English Bibles like the Geneva Bible and the King James Bible. Impact chapters explore the impact of the Bible on our modern world—on family, human rights, architecture, and religious holidays. Countries outside of the United States, please contact Member Care prior to submitting an order for this textbook.