CHARTING THROUGH THE NEW TESTAMENT
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- ISBN 9781914273445
- Author GRANT JOHN
- Pub Date 01/01/2023
This book is the result of years of work from the pen of John Grant (former Editor of Believer’s Magazine). He expressed his wish, before the Lord called him Home, that these charts and their supporting text be published, and the staff at John...
This book is the result of years of work from the pen of John Grant (former Editor of Believer’s Magazine). He expressed his wish, before the Lord called him Home, that these charts and their supporting text be published, and the staff at John Ritchie have spent many hours in the collation, typesetting and design of the original material in order to publish this beautifully-illustrated legacy to his work.
Each individual book of the New Testament is outlined in the 32 charts, as well as various themes traced, including: the Sermon on the Mount; the chronology of the life of the Apostle Paul; the Parables of the Lord Jesus; the message to the Ephesian elders; the trials of the Lord before the various tribunals prior to the cross, to name but a few.
This hardback edition, with fully-illustrated, gloss-colour artwork, is a beautiful tabletop production, a fantastic resource for new believers and Bible scholars alike, and will make an ideal gift.
'For those who like to get the ‘big picture’ from a chart or graph, there is ample here to satisfy, in the charts which summarise each New Testament book. For others who prefer a more in-depth commentary approach, the written material, affording the main themes of the book under consideration, provides a wealth of material. In short, the outlines and explanatory notes are a rich mine waiting for the diligent student to immerse himself and uncover greater wealth for himself. The contents and layout of this book assure its usefulness for the student of Scripture at every level of study. So, enter its pages, stand in awe with me, and profit from the wealth of material that has been provided. May you know the Lord’s richest blessing as you begin to learn from this ‘master of assemblies’' (Alexander J Higgins).
Publisher: John Ritchie Publishing