I SCRAMBLED to get this done before Christmas. Just in time for a Christmas Bible study, I’ve finished and released the Casual English Bible Leader’s Guide & Atlas for the Gospel of Luke.
It has 260 discussion questions and answers for Bible study leaders, along with an atlas of 28 high-definition maps that track the story of Jesus from Bethlehem to Calvary.
Publishers aren’t particularly keen on publishing leader’s guides because there are only so many leaders, don’t you know.
But I’m fairly keen on making it as easy as possible for Bible newcomers to study the Bible, so I’m doing this anyhow.
You can download the 80-page PDF for a buck. That’s a dollar, not a male deer, although I might consider a trade like that.
You can take a look at the index of maps at this page on the Casual English Bible website: Index of maps for Luke.
I also created a guide and atlas for Luke’s sequel, the story of how the church started. It’s the Casual English Bible Leader’s Guide & Atlas for Acts. Index of maps for Acts.
I think I’ll work next on adding the book of Ephesians to the Casual English Bible…with a leader’s guide and atlas. After the 2016 election cycle, I need a happy book like Ephesians. And I think I may need it all the more in 2017.
10 free books
By the way, the first 10 Stateside people to buy a copy of the Casual English Bible Leader’s Guide & Atlas for the Gospel of Luke will get a free, signed copy of one of my books…which retail for anywhere between $10-$20. You get to pick one of the following freebies:
- A Visual Walk Through Genesis
- A Quick Guided Tour Through the Bible
- Strange and Mysterious Stuff from the Bible
- 100 Tough Questions About God and the Bible
- Quién es quién y dónde es dónde en la Biblia 2.0 (Spanish edition of Who’s Who & Where’s Where in the Bible 2.0)
- Big Dummies of the Bible
- La Guía Completa de Profecías Bíblicas (Spanish edition of The Complete Guide to Bible Prophecy; small version that’s hard for older eyes to read)