The One Hour Bible

About the Author: Philip Law

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[Ebook] The One Hour Bible  By Philip Law –
  • Paperback
  • 112 pages
  • The One Hour Bible
  • Philip Law
  • 02 May 2017
  • 9780281079643

The One Hour Bible Adam And Eve And The Forbidden Fruit, Jacob And The Stairway To Heaven, Joseph And His Brothers, Samson And Delilah, David And Goliath, Jonah And The Whale, The Miracles And Teachings Of Jesus, Paul S Vision On The Road To Damascus, John S Vision Of The New Jerusalem The Bible Is Full Of Dramatic Stories That Have Made It The World S Bestselling Book, And Yet Few People Ever Get Around To Reading It From Cover To Cover Now, WithThe One Hour Bible, Readers Of All Ages Can Discover Its Riches And Gain A Birds Eye View Of The Entire Sweep Of The Bible S Epic Story In Just Sixty Minutes

10 thoughts on “The One Hour Bible

  1. Hugh Dunnett says:

    It is quite a task to compress such a large work as the Bible into something that can be read in just an hour or so and still remain coherent particularly when not paraphrasing but by using sections of the original text But this is what has been done fairly successfully with The One Hour Bible Certainly there is much not included but cleverly, the narrative arc and coherence of the Bible story is preserved even in a very abridged format.Due to the fact that this book consists solely of the words of the Bible and does not contain context or explanation, it may not be ideal as an academic introduction to Christianity but I don t think that is its purpose As a general overview for someone with little previous knowledge of the Bible who is new to the faith, this is a great place to start My copy supplied by NetGalley

  2. Theologia Libris says:

    A good overview of the principle point of the Bible, I.e Jesus For anyone who is new or long in the tooth with the Scriptures it serves as a quick read to get the overall narrative once again focused on God s great gift for all of humanity.