April 23

30 Days to Understanding the Bible

Posted by lori . 2 Comments

30 Days to Understanding the Bible is a great way to get a very simple, thorough overview of the Bible.  It covers key eras, characters, places, events and ideas.  There are a lot of graphs and charts that are helpful if you’re a visual learner.  Whether you want to learn more about the Bible for historical, literary or spiritual reasons, this is a great place to start.

An interesting fact that I learned…The poetical book of Job occurs during the time period cover by the historical book of Genesis although chronologically, the book of Job comes after the book of Esther in the Bible.  I did not know that!

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2 Responses to " 30 Days to Understanding the Bible"

  • houndstooth4 says:

    You know, this intrigues me a bit! I like the idea of being able to understand different timelines in a better way.

    • lori says:

      This is the easiest overview of the Protestant Christian Bible that I have ever found. There are 30 chapters (thus the 30 days) and each chapter is approximately 10 pages long. This is a book that I would recommend both to someone who has been confused or intimidated by the Bible and to someone who is comfortable and experienced with the Bible. I thought it was very well done.


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