4 THEMES OF
66 BIBLE BOOKS
4 Themes of the
66 Bible Books
4- THEMES OF THE BIBLE BOOKS
1. One Sentence Summary 2. Two Sentences Summary 3. Paragraph Summary 4. Comprehensive Bible Book Themes. (#1 Is easiest and #4 is more comprehensive and in-depth.)
The Bible is one book made up of 66 books. Each book has a major theme that emphasizes an aspect of God’s character or a way he is working to carry out his perfect plan. What follows is an attempt to capture these themes. A overview of every book of the Bible. They’re listed in the order they show up in the Bible. As a whole, the Bible is about God. It’s about God the Father displaying his glory through God the Son by the power of God the Holy Spirit.
1. THEMES OF BIBLE BOOKS - One Sentence Themes
One Sentence Bible Books Themes For all the Books of the Bible . The Bible is one book made up of 66 books. Each book has a major theme that emphasizes an aspect of God's character What follows is an attempt to capture these themes.
One of the major themes of the Bible is to find out what God says and obey Him. We are familiar with the 10 Commandments and that is a good place to start, but it is certainly not all the Bible has to say about loving God and our fellow man. In the Old Testament we are taught the “letter of the law” and how we should obey God’s commands. But Jesus taught us in the New Testament that the “spirit of the law” is just as important (Matthew 5:21-48).
Did you know the Bible was written over at least a fifteen-hundred-year span and has dozens of different authors? And yet there is one major theme that flows consistently throughout its pages. Do you know what that theme is? And what significance does each book have as it relates to the whole? What major ideas are contained within each?
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This more exhaustive and comprehensive study of the Bible, by J. W. McGarvey, was designed to afford suggestion and assistance to those who desire a fuller and more accurate knowledge of the Bible. Recommend for anyone that wants to understand each Book of the Bible and see the Bible as a whole.