Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Candle Bible Handbook by Terry Jean Day and Carol J. Smith (Review)

Candle Bible Handbook

By Terry Jean Day and Carol J. Smith

(received in exchange for an honest review)


Genre- Nonfiction / Christian / Resources

Published by- Lion Hudson

Copyrighted- 2014

Number of pages- 256

Age Group- 7 and up

Description of book- paperback, listed price- $17.99, ISBN 978-1-85985-586-7

Are you looking for a book for either yourself or your children that can guide you as you read the Bible?  The Candle Bible Handbook, by Terry Jean Day and Carol J. Smith might be just what you need.

It is filled with illustrations, photos, study questions, FAQs, and much more.  Each chapter is set up with a description, outline, FAQs, “Look out for…,” and study questions.  Some chapters have more with maps, extra descriptions of people and places.

It will be an excellent book to be used as an introduction to a book of the Bible or a summary.  It should stay next to your Bible at all times.

My thoughts-

The Candle Bible Handbook, by Terry Jean Day and Carol J. Smith, is an excellent guide to use along side the Bible.  I really enjoyed looking through it and learning more about what happened in the different books in the Bible.

I think it would be a book to use when decided which book of the Bible you would like to read next.  I felt that I learned a lot from reading and studying the information.  It helped me be eager to read the book in the Bible.

It is difficult to decide what part of the book I liked best.  Each section, whether it was discussing the book of Genesis or Romans had the same format.  It contained a summary of the book, FAQs, an outline, “Look out for…,” study questions, and a description of an important topic in the book.  The important topic in Genesis was “covenant” and in Romans it was “justification by faith.”

I think this is a wonderful for everyone to use, from young children to adults.  Find a copy today.

Disclosure of Material Connection- I received Candle Bible Handbook, by Terry Jean Day and Carol J. Smith, for free from the Kregel Publications’ Blog Tour.  All links were current when posted.  I was not required to write a positive review.  The opinions I have expressed are my own or those of my family.  I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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