Tuesday, June 3, 2014
Book Review - The Illustrated Guide to God
About the Book
If you want to understand God better, read The Illustrated Guide to God An A to Z Encyclopedia of His Names, Attributes, and Role in the World. This brand-new reference from George W. Knight author of the popular Layman s Bible Dictionary and The Holy Land: An Illustrated Guide contains nearly 600 entries on the names of God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit; characteristics of God, such as His eternity, jealousy, and omniscience; key people and places in God s biblical history, from Aaron to Zion; and important theological concepts, including apostasy, regeneration, and worship. Illustrated with beautiful, full-color artwork, and containing hundreds of cross-references, The Illustrated Guide to God is ideal both for fascinating reading and serious Bible study.
My Take on the Book
The Bible can be a confusing book at times and simply reading through it can make your mind spin. This new illustrated book really brings the Bible to life and allows you to not only better understand the written word, but it brings the book to life through vibrant images that allow you to meet and go deeper into the context and content of the Bible itself. You are able to see images of some of the well known individuals in the Bible. You are also able to gain a deeper appreciation to some of the deeper theological concepts of the Bible as well.
I found the book to be easy to read and a book that you are able to take in a slow or fast manner and still gain a large amount of information that will help you grow closer to God.
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