Illustrated Bible Handbooks, Atlases, Histories, Dictionaries and Encyclopaedias give you Bible facts in easy to read words and colourful pictures to help you understand the Bible's truth for yourself.
But how much do you actually know about the facts that underpin the truth; the history and the geography of the Bible lands; the landscape, language, civilisation, cultures and Real Bible People who carried God’s message to us over thousands of years?
Bible facts underpin the truth of God’s word adding excitement and energy to your personal Bible study, help you discuss the Bible’s meaning with others and add interest to your teaching and preaching.
In case you think getting into Bible facts is just a bit dull, it isn't! Brought to life in full colour images and engaging writing, new Bible Reference Books give you just the facts you need in both words and pictures.
Bible Handbooks for a Concise Overview
The Lion Handbook to the Bible remains the most popular Bible facts companion. Recently updated with new research, knowledge and discoveries this bookshelf essential - for new and experienced Bible readers, has sold almost 4 million copies worldwide.
Easy to understand and helpful for study or just finding a simple explanation, its wealth of photographs, maps and cultural insights combine with readable text and superb design to give an excellent overview of Bible history, geography and people.
Bible Atlases connect the Word to the World
Approaching the Bible from its geography, The Lion Concise Atlas of Bible History combines meaning with an authentic sense of time and place. Full colour maps of lands, cities and even buildings connect the ‘what’ and ‘why’ of your Bible study with the ‘where’ and ‘how’.
Words into Pictures with Illustrated Dictionaries
Most Bibles include a dictionary of some sort; but it’s often more interesting and helpful to have a dedicated Bible dictionary – especially if it has pictures to make the meaning of words clear and colourful.
Among the most comprehensive and ‘serious’ is the Zondervan Illustrated Bible Dictionary. But if you want something a bit more readable and, well… interesting, take a look at Stephen Miller’s Illustrated Bible Dictionary; designed specifically “for those who thought they'd never read a Bible dictionary”!
The Bible in a New Light from the Best Angles
Yet to be released; but ready now to pre-order, is Lion's magnificent The Story of The Holy Land. With all the clarity, evocative photography, authoritative text and biblical connection you’d expect of Lion reference books, this is the one that blows the dust off the archaeology.
The story of the land that cradled God’s Word - written and word incarnate, from the era of the patriarchs through the apostles, crusades and the British Mandate is brought right up to date with concise easy to read text, vibrant images and informative panels.
Introduce New and Younger Readers with llustrated Reference Books
Bible Handbooks, Atlases, Histories, Dictionaries and Encyclopaedias give you a lively way to introduce younger and new readers to the Bible. They’ll be fascinated by the colourful pages of maps, diagrams and photos and encounter the truth of the Bible with a firm hold of the underlying facts. Give them a good start with a new illustrated Bible Reference Book!
June 8th, 2013 - Posted & Written by Les Ellison