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The Growing Need for Bible Summaries

Anonymous Coward writes | about a year ago

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An anonymous reader writes "While it may cause some to drop in a dead faint at the suggestion — the fact is that Bible Summary books are in growing demand. The reason is quite simple; the time-pressure that has been brought about as more and more people struggle between working to pay bills that they cannot afford, and trying to leave some leisure time and time for Bible study — If you are a committed Christian that is!
The Bible Brief is one such example by James Paris, of a Bible Summary Book that is an easy read and yet gives an overall view of all 66 books of the Bible. Definitely not a theological work by any means, but ideal when a quick overview is all that’s needed."

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