We are pleased to offer our Bible Survey Series, a set of 8-page booklets offering brief overviews (or surveys) of all 66 books of the Bible. Quoting from the introduction to the first article in the series:
“There are two primary approaches to Bible study: (1) Analysis — to take apart to study the details, verse after verse, without taking much time to see the relation of the particular passage to the whole message of the Bible. (2) Synthesis — to put together — to study large areas at one view and to see that the Bible is not made up of disconnected and unrelated and fragmented parts. Both methods of Bible study are helpful (the survey, and the detailed approach), but usually the survey type of study is neglected. In this series of Bible Helps articles, we will be looking at a survey (panoramic view) of the Bible books.”
There are 38 booklets in this set. Many of them include visual outlines or charts. Digital versions are not yet available on our website, but print copies are in stock. Simply get in touch with us via mail, email, or telephone and ask for the complete Bible Survey Series, or articles on any individual Bible books you are interested in. As always, materials are gladly sent free of charge, but donations are appreciated.