This summary of every chapter of the Bible will help readers understand its overall story. The Bible is a big book and getting to know it can be a daunting task. Ryan McGraw helps readers become more familiar with the story-line of the Bible, through summarizing the content of every chapter in Scripture, and by singling out key verses that epitomize each chapter. Seeking to show the argument of each biblical book in its context, the summaries indicate what happens and why in each chapter, paving the way for letting the Bible tell its own story in its own words.
Ryan M. McGraw is Morton H. Smith Professor of Systematic Theology at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. He has published many books and articles and is co–editor of the Cultivating Biblical Godliness Series. He is married to Krista and has four children.
There is no book more important to read than the Bible, and there is hardly a book more intimidating to read than the Bible. We may be thankful to Ryan McGraw for producing such a practical and user–friendly help to the study of Scripture. -Guy Prentiss Waters, James M. Baird, Jr. Professor of New Testament, Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, Mississippi
… skillfully demonstrates the woven thread of God’s providential workings through His covenant people. I sincerely hope this becomes a well–used resource for years to come. -Nate Pickowicz, Pastor, Harvest Bible Church, Gilmanton Iron Works, New Hampshire
Not only does he provide a treasury of Scripture verses ripe for memorization but he summarizes each chapter of the Bible so we can see the scope of the whole of Scripture, which is to give all glory to God, by which we can behold the many incomparable excellencies of the mercies of our Triune God. -J. V. Fesko, Harriet Barbour Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, Mississippi
Keep The Divine Tapestry at hand when you open your Bible and you will be better equipped to grasp God’s truth and live in its light. -David Strain, Senior Minister, First Presbyterian Church, Jackson, Mississippi