The Bible

Additional resources for WEEK 1: The Bible

The following are must-haves for those serious about learning the Bible and growing in their faith.

Resources for Further Study:

The following is a 170 page New Testament commentary by the renowned teacher and pastor Ray Stedman.

Survey of the NT by Ray Stedman.pdf

Rick Warren's Bible Study Methods is one of the best, if not best, books on how to study your Bible. It gives 12 different methods or ways of studying your Bible. And it's here as an ebook!

Rick Warren's Bible Study Methods.pdf

A Bible Chronology and Time Chart from The Great Flood (2348 BC) to the Apostle John writing Revelation (95 AD)

Bible Chronology Time line chart.pdf

At this site, I hope to offer you credible answers to life's most curious questions, while speaking to everyday issues as they relate to ancient, but all too relevant Scripture. It is organized and presented around one minute videos addressing topics and issues related to the Bible and the Christian faith.

The Bible Project is a non-profit animation studio that produces short-form, fully animated videos to make the biblical story accessible to everyone, everywhere. We create videos, podcasts, and study guides that explore the Bible’s unified story.

The following three video lecture links by Ken Boa are excellent and worth your time to watch, listen and take notes.

The following videos are all short, well illustrated, and usually no more than 10 minutes long. Watch away!

The following is a Geographical summary of the Old Testament. On the left is the PowerPoint and on the right is a printable fill in the blank handout.

Geographical Summary of Old Testament.pptx
Geographical Summary Map Updated May 2013.pdf