Bite-Size Bible Charts Paperback
A Lot of Discovery in a Little Book
by Ron Rhodes;
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Bite-Size Bible Charts
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With Bite-Size Bible Charts you can access a mine of fascinating and useful information about scripture that's never been available this easily before.
Offering easy-to-understand data summaries in a concise format, there are almost 150 at-a-glance charts that cover everything from the fundamentals of the faith and the role of the Church.
Included are key doctrines and theology such as the Trinity, salvation and the Church. Also controversial issues such as the rapture and the role of women in the Church. Key biblical themes range from Jesus' parables to the development of Christian ethics.
Bite-Size Bible Charts by Ron Rhodes was published by Harvest House in October 2012 and is our 15021st best seller. The ISBN for Bite-Size Bible Charts is 9780736944816.
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Respected Bible teacher Ron Rhodes offers the ultimate in quick and easy-to-understand summaries of important Bible topics. At a glance, readers will find only the most important information on nearly 150 subjects, including:
- essential Christian beliefs about the Trinity, salvation, and the church
- issues upon which most Christians agree to disagree, such as the rapture, the role of women in the church, and sovereignty and free will
- other important scriptural themes, including Jesus' parables, angels and demons, and Christian ethics
This pocket-size reference is perfect for readers who are new to the Bible and for teachers who are looking for concise outlines of the fundamentals of the faith.
Details for Bite-Size Bible Charts
|Author / Artist||Ron Rhodes|
|Publisher||Harvest House (October 2012)|
|Number of Pages||144|
|Page last updated||7th September 2015|