The Bible Panorama is a unique intorduction to and survey of the Bible, giving an overview of each book of the Bible and taking into consideration the message of each verse, without actually being a verse-by-verse commentary. It provides a series of very memorable outlines for each chapter of the Bible. It also includes a succinct but vigorous dfence of the Bible, and concludes with a number of reaing schemes to guide the reader through the Scriptures.
Table of Contents:
Chapter 1 - What is the Bible?
Chapter 2 - Overviews and Study Helps
Chapter 3 - Can I Trust the Bible?
Chapter 4 - Does the Bible Contradict Itself?
Chapter 5 - Getting the Most out of My Bible
Chapter 6 - How Were the Contents of the Bible Decided
Chapter 7 - The Bible's Central Message
Chapter 8 - Why Read Though the Whole of the Bible?
Appendix 1 - The Bible
Appendix 2 - The Bible's Chapters
Appendix 3 - Bible Reading Schemes and The Flexible Bible Reading Scheme
Author Gerald Chrispin is a lawyer also qualified and experienced in management. he has travelled widely in both the USA and Europe. As well as being an itinerant pastor and conference speaker, he has developed and directs a far-reaching prison evangelism ministry.
Endorsements "Many generations of devout readers of the Scriptures have found in them the words of eternal life. I commend this volume, whose purpose is to lead people of our day to a like precious faith, to all who are prepared to give the Bible an opportunity to speak to them." - Lord Mackay of Clashfern, former Lord Chancellor of the United Kingdom, from the Foreword
"I sincerely hopes this excellent work gets a wide readership." - Professor Michael A.G. Haykin, Principal, Toronro Baptist Seminary, Canada