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Download Then and Now Bible Maps: Compare Bible Times with Modern Day - Overhead Transparencies (Then & Now Bible Maps at Your Fingertips) epub

by Rose Publishing




The Only Full Color Then & Now Bible Maps with Modern-Day Overlays. Now you can compare the places mentioned in the Bible with modern day cities and countries. Make Bible study even more interesting by showing where Bible places are today.

Then and Now Bible Map Overhead Transparencies contains all of the full-color "Then & Now" Bible maps by Rose Publishing as 8.5" x 11" overhead transparencies with clear plastic overlays of modern-day cities and countries. Each map is full color.

Includes the following maps (a total of 12 transparencies): The Middle East during Old Testament Times Overlay of modern-day Middle East The Assyrian Empire, Babylonian Kingdoms and Persian Empire Overlay of same areas with modern-day countries The Holy Land during the time of the Old Testament Overlays of United Kingdom, Divided Kingdom, modern-day Israel and surrounding countries The Holy Land during the time of Jesus Overlay of modern-day Holy Land Paul s Journeys (Roman Empire at AD 60) Overlay of modern-day Mediterranean area.

Download Then and Now Bible Maps: Compare Bible Times with Modern Day - Overhead Transparencies (Then & Now Bible Maps at Your Fingertips) epub
ISBN: 0965508234
ISBN13: 978-0965508230
Category: Bibles
Subcategory: Churches & Church Leadership
Author: Rose Publishing
Language: English
Publisher: Rose Publishing, Inc. (January 1, 1996)
ePUB size: 1601 kb
FB2 size: 1244 kb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 148
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Brialelis
I traveled to Israel last year and the maps helped me to understand better how Jesus, the Apostles, John, and all the New Testament characters traveled, what it may have looked like back then. The maps were invaluable in seeing what the landscape, topographically, may have looked like in the Old Testament stories too. It especially helped when seeing the Roman ruins, canals, churches and temples.
I enjoy looking at them today when I'm involved in a Bible study or just reading the Bible. It's makes seeing where important events took place seem more real. It helps me understand better, knowing what has transpired in modern history, why the changes in borders and countries have taken place.
I recommend it for Bible readers and travelers both.
Yanki
This is a great map for anyone studying scripture. I am in a bible study and we are studying Isaiah all year long. These maps are extremely helpful to put names with places, and adds so much more to my bible study. I also love the fact that the overlays tell you where these ancient cities are named today. Every time I turn on the news and hear about different events in the Middle East, I can reference what those places were 2000-4000 years ago, and what historical event took place there. It's very fascinating! Rose (the publisher) also sells a pocket version for $4 each. It's not as extensive as this one, but because I loved this one so much, I bought the pocket version for my entire bible study class. There is also a then and now "deluxe" version that has even more maps and more reference material.
Ironrunner
This Bible map book has clear plastic overlay that show where certain places mentioned in the Bible are located today! (It is also available as a set of overhead transparencies, which is ISBN 0965508234.) This spiral-bound book contains 12 full-color Bible maps, each with a clear plastic overlay that shows modern-day cities and countries. Includes the following maps: * The Middle East during Old Testament Times * Overlay of modern-day Middle East * The Assyrian Empire, Babylonian Kingdoms and Persian Empire *Overlay of same areas with modern-day countries * The Holy Land during the time of the Old Testament * Overlays of United Kingdom, Divided Kingdom, modern-day Israel and surrounding countries * The Holy Land during the time of Jesus * Overlay of modern-day Holy Land * Paul's Journeys (Roman Empire at AD 60) * Overlay of modern-day Mediterranean area. The print is relatively large for an Bible atlas (not giant print, but not as bad as some Bible atlases).
saafari
Excellent map selections. Even modern areas, such as Golan Heights, West Bank, Gaza Strip, and so on are clearly oulined. also, coastal cities, Paul's routes, entire Red Sea area, Arabian Sea, Haran, Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, Persian Gulf, modern places in red, ancient lands in black, 12 Tribes in Canaan, Empires and Kingdoms, Jesus' travels area, and so on.
Gavinranara
I really like Rose Publishing's books, esp their maps. The only drawback is after opening and closing multiple times they tend to come apart (or maybe I'm just too rough on them). worth buying IMO I bought because my current Bible is more devotional and doesn't have maps and I wanted something thin to add to the back for reference at Bible studies.
Mr.Champions
I can't count the number of times I have used these reference maps. I have been doing a study of Old Testament history, and these maps are great in helping me locate places mentioned in the OT. I also make use of the Rand-McNally Bible Atlas which I purchased from Amazon to help me understand the particular time in history that a particular book from the OT is describing. Highly recommend each of these references to any serious student of Bible History and Geography.
Timberahue
I love the modern day map that shows where modern places are, relative to the places the Bible talks about. This little map is a fold-out map, and can easily slip inside a cover of your Bible, to keep it handy, for looking up the ancient places. Some of the smaller places are not shown, and that is about the only negative I can see.
I bought this app and found out the maps were hardly legible. I was told to download larger maps at web site only to find out I had to pay again what I had already paid for the app. Waist of money.