Review: Understanding Your Bible in 15 Minutes a Day

UnderstandingYourBible_cvr.inddTitle: Understanding Your Bible in 15 Minutes a Day
Author: Daryl Aaron
Series:
Pages: 192
ISBN: 978-0-7642-0962-8
Genre: CLNB, Biblical Studies

A Clear and Friendly Guide to the Bible–That Fits Your Busy Life

The Bible can feel overwhelming at times. What parts should you read first? How can you understand it? What does it mean for your life? Meanwhile, most books about the Bible are time- consuming, leaving you without much time to read the Bible itself.

In Understanding Your Bible in 15 Minutes a Day, Bible professor and former pastor Daryl Aaron answers your most important questions about the bestselling book in history. Broken into topical readings, you can read systematically from the beginning, or pick and choose topics of interest. Each reading is brief, engaging, and easy to understand. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned reader of the Bible, in just minutes a day you’ll soon have a better understanding of the Scriptures.

My Thoughts:
This book teaches you on how to understand the Bible in only 15 minutes a day. It takes you through questions like:                                                                                                      “Why should I read the Bible?”                                                                                                 “For whom was the Old/New Testament written?”
“Why does it matter that the Bible is the Word of God?”
“Is all the history in the Bible accurate?”
and answers them in a chapter that only takes about 15 minutes to read a day.
I believe this book is helpful to anyone that wants to dig into the Bible and understand it better. It will be put to good use from me in the future and be read thoroughly often.

This book is available in these places:
Christian Books
Amazon.com
Amazon.ca
Barnes and Noble
Indigo.ca

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Posted on April 30, 2012, in Biblical Studies, CLNB and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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