Host: Jim Schneider
Guest: Dale Mason
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Have you ever wondered how the entire Bible fits together? Now there’s a book that presents the message of the Bible in a systematic way. It infuses that study with apologetics as it communicates Scripture in an easy to read and understandable way. It’s called ‘The 10 Minute Bible Journey’.
‘The 10 Minute Bible Journey’ is authored by Dale Mason who is the founding publisher and executive director of Answers Magazine and a Vice President at Answers in Genesis.
Dale believes there are a lot of people who never had the Bible ‘put together’ for them; they were never taught systematically as they were going through church and Sunday school. To put it another way, so many people don’t know how to ‘connect the dots’ as it pertains to the Bible. In fact, that’s where Dale was when it came to almost two-thirds of the Bible.
Since the Bible is laid out in a form comprised of types of books (The Law books, historical books, the poetry books, the epistles, the gospels, etc.) we don’t get the chronology, so we end up not really knowing how those ‘dots’ fit together.
Dale’s book is laid out in 52 individual, chronological accounts. Each account is about 600 words which works out to about a 5 or 6 minute read for the average reader. This means that in 52 days you’ll go systematically and chronologically from creation to heaven covering the heroes, heroines and ‘bad guys’ of Scripture.
It should be noted that this is not a paraphrase or translation of the Bible; it’s a Bible study tool. It gives readers of all ages the ‘big picture’ or ‘fly-over’ view of the Bible.
If you’re interested in knowing more, review this edition of Crosstalk and/or order a copy of Dale’s book through the contact information listed below.
To order a copy of ‘The 10 Minute Bible Journey’ for $11.87 (That’s 46% off the regular price. Price good only through September 30th) go to www.vcyamerica.org or call 1-888-722-4829.
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