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A Quick Guided Tour Through the Bible
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Release Date: August 2015
Page Count: 224
Size: 7 x 9 1/2
Binding: Trade
ISBN: 978-0-7369-6075-5
Case Lot Quantity: 16

A Quick Guided Tour Through the Bible

Experience the Story from Genesis to Revelation


You’ll feel as if you’re on the scene as the big events from the Bible unfold in this unique visual guide. Nearly a hundred easy-to-read maps, created with data from NASA, and 150 additional graphics are paired with fast-paced, magazine-style accounts. You’ll find a fresh perspective on plenty of biblical highlights, including…

  • Finding Rebekah: Long Walk for a Good Wife
  • Moses Takes the Scenic Route
  • How to Convert a Hardcore Jew: Paul on the Road to Damascus

With a touch of humor, seminary-educated newspaper journalist Stephen M. Miller draws from the finest biblical scholarship to lead you on an informative and entertaining journey from Genesis to Revelation.

Meet the author

Stephen M. Miller

Stephen M. Miller

Stephen M. Miller is the bestselling author of Who’s Who and Where’s Where in the Bible (Retailer’s Choice Award for best nonfiction book of the year), The Complete Guide to the Bible (500,000 copies sold), and many other books, which have sold 1.8 million copies. He and his wife, Linda, live...

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A Word from the Author

"Hello there. If you're a Bible newbie, a Christian who doesn't know the Bible especially well, or someone who isn't a Christian but who is curious about the Bible, I wrote this book for you. Don't think of me as a preacher. Or a Bible scholar. I'm neither. I'm a news reporter who went to seminary. I cover the Bible beat."
Stephen Miller, author of A Quick Guided Tour Through the Bible

Editorial Reviews

"The writing is snappy, catchy, and extremely reader friendly."
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"This would make a great teaching tool for churches and Bible courses giving a quick overview of Bible history."
Wayne Sacchi

"The pictures in A Quick Guided Tour Through the Bible, especially the maps, enlighten in ways that typical worded descriptions cannot. As Stephen Miller did not intend for his book to be heavily academic, they are scholarly; they come from deep study, years of preparation, and extensive research."
Dr. Wilbur Glenn Williams, Associate Professor Old Testament & Archaeology, School of Theology & Ministry, Indiana Wesleyan University

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