Free Friday! Parsons Bible Atlas

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Happy Friday everyone! Today’s free download, usually $9.95, is The Parsons Bible Atlas. Click here to download.

The Parsons Bible Atlas is a unique, interactive Bible study tool. The book’s atlas includes detailed information on over 100 biblical people, places, stories, and kingdoms. It also includes hundreds of shorter articles in a dictionary-like section that features pronunciations, definitions, cross references and more.

The book also features a maps section. Each full-length article in the atlas portion of the text links to a relevant map. Each map lists the cities, geographical regions, seas, and more in a side-bar; click on the particular place you want to see, and a box will be drawn around that location for easy pin-pointing. Additionally, if you’d like to see where the biblical location exists today, simply press the Google maps toggle button, and you’ll instantly see the present-day location of a biblical location. Want to get back to the atlas? No problem, because it will remain open next to your map – unless you choose to close it. Want to start with the map, then move to the atlas? Each map’s side-entry is linked to the relevant article.

This resource is sure to assist you in your Bible studies!

Free Friday! Metropolitan Tabernacle

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Happy Friday everyone! Today’s free download, usually $9.95, is Metropolitan Tabernacle by Charles Spurgeon. Click here to download.

A “must” book for Spurgeon enthusiasts and students of Baptist history. Spurgeon’s own history of the centuries—old church he served covers the pastorates of his predecessors including Benjamin Keach, John Gill and John Rippon. This book reveals Spurgeon’s wide range of Christian interests and his missionary and benevolent enterprises.

Free Friday! Christian Behavior

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Happy Friday everyone! Today’s free download, usually $4.95, is Christian Behavior by John Bunyan. Click here to download.

Christian Behavior is a valuable and practical resource that portrays how a Christian should bear the fruits of true Christianity. It aims to teach husbands, wives, parents, children, masters, servants, and everyone the best ways to please God.

Free Friday! Outline of Bible History

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Happy Friday everyone! Today’s free download, usually $14.95, is Outline of Bible History by Bailey Sutton Dean. Click here to download.

 

Outline of Bible History was originally prepared as notes based on lectures to advanced preparatory students at Hiram College.

This work is far more than a bare analysis of the Bible, rather it is an in-depth outline of Bible history. It offers succinct comments, charts and maps.

About the Author
Bailey Sutton Dean (1845-1919) was a member of the founding faculty at Hiram College. He was a minister and a professor of English and History at Hiram College from 1882-1915. He wrote several books on the history of the Bible including the Outline of Bible History and A Syllabus of Apostolic History.

 

Free Friday! The Education of Christ

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Happy Friday everyone! Today’s free download, usually $14.95, is The Education of Christ by William Mitchell Ramsay. Click here to download.

As one reads the biography of Jesus, one cannot fail to be struck with the effect that seems to have been exercised on His mind and nature by the wide prospect from a lofty elevation. Try to cut out the mountain scenes from His life. How much poorer would the Gospels be. It was on a mountain at dawn of day that He chose from among His disciples twelve, whom also He named Apostles, “that He might send them forth to preach and to have authority .”

The Education of the Christ is based on the Murtle Lecture given by Sir William Ramsay at the University of Aberdeen, on February 2, 1902. This book looks at how Jesus Christ was impacted by the geographical and cultural ramifications of the areas in which He lived.

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Mac Update

WORDsearch Bible Software Desktop Update

Hi everyone! Quick update.

At this time, WORDsearch 11 and WORDsearch 10 will not work on the new Mac Sierra Beta. Once Sierra is officially released, we will resolve this issue.

Thanks so much for your patience!