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Product Details

  • Spiral-bound: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Rose Publishing (September 1, 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1596360224
  • ISBN-13: 978-1596360228
  • Product Dimensions: 11.2 x 9.3 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (186 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,908 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Especially for the visual learner, this book is a real treat. The night I brought my copy home, my wife and I sat down with it and we hardly stopped turning the pages. We were repeatedly amazed at the wide variety of information. From full-color maps of Bible lands, to summaries of every book in the Bible, to lists of key people and events, including an outline of Jesus' life and information about each of the disciples, to theological beliefs across the religious spectrum, this volume is a treasure of teaching aids. --Dr. Gary Habermas, Liberty University

I own and use the Rose Book of Bible Charts, Maps, and Time Lines and the Holman Book of Biblical Charts, Maps, and Reconstructions. I recommend both, but if you must choose, go with the Rose Book. Why?

What the Rose book has that Holman does not (this in not an exhaustive list, but these are the important things to me as a teacher):
1. Better and longer Bible time line with hundred more facts. There is a side-by-side comparison with events in world history.
2. Better and longer Christian history time line with hundreds more facts.
3. Then and Now Bible maps, showing both a color Bible map and red lines to show where modern-day cities and countries are.
4. Stunning illustrations of the tabernacle, temple, ark of the covenant, Noah's ark. Holman has nice illustrations, but not quite as powerful.
5. More information in the timeline on the history and reliability of the Bible. Gives more information on the Tyndale, Wycliffe, Geneva, King James and other early Bibles.
6. Has information about the many Bible translations since 1993.
7. Longer and more complete side-by-side comparison of 12 Christian denominations and 18 world religions and cults.
8. Complete descriptions of the feasts and holidays of the Bible and their foreshadowing and symbolism of Jesus Christ.
9. Genealogy of Jesus Christ: the family tree of Jesus Christ on one page.
10. Armor of God
11. Fruit of the Spirit and 1 Corinthians 13 (the love chapter)
12. Overview of each book of the Bible with writer, theme, key verse, to whom written, and date.
13. Statue in the Book of Daniel. The four kingdoms listed in Daniel 2.
14. Cycle of disobedience in the Book of Judges.
15. 100 archaeological finds that support the reliability of the Bible.
16. Seven churches of the Revelation.

The Rose book is a little more expensive, but frankly I use it more. --Research Fanatic

It is awesome! Rose Publishing has produced one of the finest books I have ever seen. Every aspect of the charts, maps and time lines leaps off the page with spectacular color, incredible accuracy and intricate detail. Rose Book of Bible Charts, Maps and Time Lines is a must for every pastor and teacher who wants to clearly present the truths of the Bible. --Dr. Jerry Falwell (deceased), Founder and Chancellor, Liberty University

Especially for the visual learner, this book is a real treat. The night I brought my copy home, my wife and I sat down with it and we hardly stopped turning the pages. We were repeatedly amazed at the wide variety of information. From full-color maps of Bible lands, to summaries of every book in the Bible, to lists of key people and events, including an outline of Jesus' life and information about each of the disciples, to theological beliefs across the religious spectrum, this volume is a treasure of teaching aids. --Dr. Gary Habermas, Liberty University

I own and use the Rose Book of Bible Charts, Maps, and Time Lines and the Holman Book of Biblical Charts, Maps, and Reconstructions. I recommend both, but if you must choose, go with the Rose Book. Why?

What the Rose book has that Holman does not (this in not an exhaustive list, but these are the important things to me. --Re --Research Fanatic

I just had to let you know how powerful and illuminating your books and charts are. I have been doing research and working at the college level for over 30 years and have never encountered materials like yours - materials that represent innumerable hours of research; materials that make Biblical study and research 100 times easier than I have encountered thus far. They truly are invaluable as reference, as outlines for courses with real content and as solid reference for writing articles, college papers, and books. I truly cannot elucidate the many advantages and sheer comprehensiveness of each book (and materials) I have read so far. Charts, for example, that represent the compilation and intensive research of Biblical history always prove to be 100% accurate and often include little or even heretofore unknown facts. Just suffice it to say that every scrap of material I have been privy to always contained amazing surprises and inexhaustible amounts of information - information that specifically enhances and illuminates every person who utilizes them. They have already made huge impacts of so many young and mature Christians. Several of the people I have mentored through their doctoral studies have sworn by these materials as one of the best sources they have ever seen. I agree with them completely. I only wish I could adequately describe the immense contributions the materials have made to myself and others and to Christian Academics in general. Thank you from my whole heart and may God richly bless you. --Dr. Wesley B Rose, Th. D., D. D., Ph. D., Director Early Christian Studies Scripture Institute

I own and use the Rose Book of Bible Charts, Maps, and Time Lines and the Holman Book of Biblical Charts, Maps, and Reconstructions. I recommend both, but if you must choose, go with the Rose Book. Why?

What the Rose book has that Holman does not (this in not an exhaustive list, but these are the important things to me as a teacher):
1. Better and longer Bible time line with hundred more facts. There is a side-by-side comparison with events in world history.
2. Better and longer Christian history time line with hundreds more facts.
3. Then and Now Bible maps, showing both a color Bible map and red lines to show where modern-day cities and countries are.
4. Stunning illustrations of the tabernacle, temple, ark of the covenant, Noah's ark. Holman has nice illustrations, but not quite as powerful.
5. More information in the timeline on the history and reliability of the Bible. Gives more information on the Tyndale, Wycliffe, Geneva, King James and other early Bibles.
6. Has information about the many Bible translations since 1993.
7. Longer and more complete side-by-side comparison of 12 Christian denominations and 18 world religions and cults.
8. Complete descriptions of the feasts and holidays of the Bible and their foreshadowing and symbolism of Jesus Christ.
9. Genealogy of Jesus Christ: the family tree of Jesus Christ on one page.
10. Armor of God
11. Fruit of the Spirit and 1 Corinthians 13 (the love chapter)
12. Overview of each book of the Bible with writer, theme, key verse, to whom written, and date.
13. Statue in the Book of Daniel. The four kingdoms listed in Daniel 2.
14. Cycle of disobedience in the Book of Judges.
15. 100 archaeological finds that support the reliability of the Bible.
16. Seven churches of the Revelation.

The Rose book is a little more expensive, but frankly I use it more. --Research Fanatic

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I found this book to be very informative.
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I highly recommend this book to any Christian educator, or to anyone interested in Bible study.
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The Rose Book of Bible Charts, Maps, and Timelines is great!!!
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127 of 130 people found the following review helpful By Research Fanatic on October 15, 2005
Format: Spiral-bound
I own and use the Rose Book of Bible Charts, Maps, and Time Lines and the Holman Book of Biblical Charts, Maps, and Reconstructions. I recommend both, but if you must choose, go with the Rose Book. Why?

1. The Rose Book of Bible Charts, Maps, and Time Lines is reproducible. The Holman book is not, according to the copyright page on each book.
2. Both books are the same size and number of pages and have much of the same content (see details below). But the Rose book is more attractive with better color, photos, charts, illustrations, and overall graphic design.
3. I have communicated with the editors at both companies. Holman has never updated their book since the original publication date in 1993, therefore typos and errors still exist. Rose updates their book annually if needed.

What the Rose book has that Holman does not (this in not an exhaustive list, but these are the important things to me as a teacher):
1. Better and longer Bible time line with hundred more facts. There is a side-by-side comparison with events in world history.
2. Better and longer Christian history time line with hundreds more facts.
3. Then and Now Bible maps, showing both a color Bible map and red lines to show where modern-day cities and countries are.
4. Stunning illustrations of the tabernacle, temple, ark of the covenant, Noah's ark. Holman has nice illustrations, but not quite as powerful.
5. More information in the timeline on the history and reliability of the Bible. Gives more information on the Tyndale, Wycliffe, Geneva, King James and other early Bibles.
6. Has information about the many Bible translations since 1993.
7.
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45 of 46 people found the following review helpful By B. Marold HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWER on August 28, 2007
Format: Spiral-bound
The `Holman Book of Biblical Charts, Maps, and Reconstructions' and the `Rose Book of Bible Charts, Maps & Timelines' are very similar compilations of an enormous collection of just what their titles state, charts, maps, timelines, and archaeological reconstructions of Bible era buildings. Aside from the titles, the two books have several other things in common. First, both are bound with a wire spine, which allows each and every page to lie perfectly flat on a photocopier bed. Having tried to copy maps from a quarto sized book where pages were sewn into signatures, I can assure you this is an enormous advantage if you plan to use the pages to construct handouts or slides for a Bible study course. I have also photocopied slides from both books onto transparencies, and the effort was totally painless, with great results, after a little testing to be sure the page was positioned correctly. And, of course, this is exactly the purpose for which these books were published. Both are issued by publishing houses who specialize in material for Bible study classes, especially for classes oriented to young adults. And, I acquired both books to provide just that material, except for an adult Bible study class.
My first interest with the books was to obtain good maps of Palestine in the time of the New Testament, the travels of the Apostles, AND, maps of both the Roman Empire at the time of Augustus and the extent of Alexander the Great's conquests, since this is highly relevant to the spread of Greek language and learning just before the time of Jesus. For the purpose of these maps, I assure you as a map afficionato from way back that the Holman maps are far superior to the Rose maps.
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39 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Seth McBee on June 6, 2006
Format: Spiral-bound
this book is a great tool that walks you through the Bible from Old Testament to New. It has very nice pictures of different cities and sights of the Bible along with amazing timelines from kings to events throughout biblical times. The Maps are colorful and use various images for the reader so you can visualize different events and landmarks.

So many tools in this small resource can't list them all. Great reference book for any student or teacher of the Word.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Grant Christensen on September 13, 2006
Format: Spiral-bound
The Rose Book of Charts, Maps & Time Lines is an incredibly well organized and presented book of information on the Old & New Testaments, Church History, Comparative Religions/Cults, etc. The book has quickly become one of my most referred to reference works on the Bible. Pastor's, Sunday School teachers, Bible study leaders, students of the Bible, & all followers & would-be-followers of Jesus will find this to be an invaluable tool for studying God's Word. Furthermore, you may make up to 300 copies of each page in the book for use in Bible studies, Sunday School, etc.--without written permission. Also, many of the pages are available in stand alone full-color glossy brochures. The book includes an index as well. I trust you will not be disappointed!
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By N. Sanders on June 14, 2007
Format: Spiral-bound
This is one of the best Bible reference books I have found! Easy to find information and relate the information to other similar topics. It includes many of the smaller pamphlets and posters from the publisher.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By D. Greene on May 12, 2007
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You can get lost in this book for hours. The timelines and charts are great. You can look at one page and compare and contrast different events from the Bible at a glance. Full of information and easy to follow.
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