Easy to Read Bible Summary for Teens and Adults (Paperback)

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Have you ever wanted to get an understanding of the entire Bible for yourself or to teach the Bible to your children? Many Christians hope to have this understanding, but for whatever reason, it can be too overwhelming to read the Bible completely. Easy-to-Read Bible Overview for Teens and Adults is a Bible summary that covers all of the major stories and themes of the Bible from the first words in the book of Genesis to the last words in the book of Revelation. It is written in clear and simple language that is easy to understand. It is intended for a person who always wanted to get a general understanding of the entire Bible, but for whatever reason, never read all of it. It is also ideal for teens to learn all about the Bible on their own, or for parents to use to teach the Bible to their children. Interwoven through the book is also an explanation of how all of the Bible connects together and points to Jesus Christ. While an overview is never a replacement for reading the Bible, summaries can help us as we visit the actual word of God and read it regularly. As a biblical reference, Easy-to-Read Bible Overview for Teens and Adults is an excellent way to introduce the Bible to teens who may not yet be able to read the entire Bible on their own-and for parents, too, who need an extra hand.

About the Author


Michael Kotch is a licensed psychologist, and he has been practicing at an outpatient Christian counseling center since 2006. He has a bachelor of science degree in administration of justice from Pennsylvania State University, a master of science in psychology from Marywood University, and a master of arts in clinical psychology from Widener University; he earned his doctorate in clinical psychology from Widener University in 2003. Michael is also the author of Faith through Hardships Draws Others to Christ, Temptations and Trials Faced by the Bible Legends, Lessons for Christians from the Trials of Job, and The Good Things Jesus Does for Us, to Us, and through Us. He and his wife, Mary, have two children, Jacob and Johanna, and they live in a small town in Southeast Pennsylvania.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781973647676
ISBN-10: 1973647672
Publisher: WestBow Press
Publication Date: December 11th, 2018
Pages: 172
Language: English

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