Explore the World of the Bible Writers

The books of the Bible were written in specific geographic locations during specific times in history, and these factors affect how the book should be understood and interpreted. Often, the authors assumed that their audiences already understood the context, so they don’t spend time describing these details fully in their books.

The Crossway ESV Bible Atlas strives to fill in these details to help re-create the context. It is a comprehensive collection of highly accurate, aesthetically appealing resources that present geographic and historical information in a way that is easy to use and not filled with overwhelming technical details.

Readability, Visual Appeal, and Accuracy

The Crossway ESV Bible Atlas presents Bible geography and history here with:

· 175 full-color maps
· 70 photographs
· 3-D recreations of biblical objects and sites
· Indexes
· Timelines
· 65,000 words of narrative description
· Regional maps detailing biblically significant areas such as Mesopotamia, Italy, and Greece (a unique feature of this atlas)

With this carefully crafted reference tool, you’ll gain a clearer understanding of the world of the Bible and the meaning of Scripture.

Until April 12, you can add the Crossway ESV Bible Atlas to your library for only $14.95. 16 other maps and atlas tools are also on sale, and three of them are free! Learn more here.

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