My edition: Kindle Unlimited
Series: The Bible Study #1
Genre: Christian, Non-fiction
Published: August 18, 2014
Rating: None (DNF @ 15%)
Throughout the ages, people have turned to the Bible for guidance and hope. This Bible study book serves as a road map for the beginner to develop an appreciation of the Bible and make it a part of their daily living.
All 66 books of the Bible are covered in detail, including:
• Author of each book and the time frame in which it was written
• Key themes for each book
• Summary of the message in each book
• A devotion for contemplation and further exploration
Immerse yourself in the stories, prophecies, and messages of the Bible and discover anew the awe-inspiring force, mercy, and healing power of God and Jesus Christ. Graceful and inspiring, Bible Study for Beginners brings the reader back to the basics and opens the way to a direct relationship with the living Word of God.
Seriously, I tried to get through this but I think I might be a level higher than who this book is for. He misses going into depth about what passages are about. He doesn’t explain the ancient Hebrew language and why it’s hard to translate over to English. I get it, this is for beginners and maybe that is why I am having such a hard time reading this. I am no longer a beginner. I haven’t been a beginner for the last two years.
I think if I read this when I was a beginner, it would have helped tremendously. But as for where I am with my walk with God, this Bible study just isn’t for me. I need something a little more.
Please don’t let my review stop you from reading this. If you are a beginner, it would be a wonderful read for you. Especially if you have a hard time reading the Bible and don’t quite understand it.