THIS IS MY CHRISTMAS GIFT TO YOU. If you want it.
I think this will be of interest mainly to Bible study group leaders and other folks especially curious about the Gospel of Luke.
I’m giving you the link to an 80-page leader’s guide and atlas of maps covering all 24 chapters of the Gospel of Luke. It’s about a 40 MB file you can download. It’s in a PDF format.
If you want to see what kind of high res maps you’re getting, around 30 of them, here’s the preview link; Atlas for Gospel of Luke.
For the PDF download of the leader’s guide with hundreds of questions and answers, along with the atlas, here’s the link:
The price is $0.
It’s normally only a buck because I’m pretty early into this beta project of paraphrasing the Casual English Bible and providing an accompanying leader’s guide and atlas. But when you click the link, you’ll see in the upper right corner that the $1 price is crossed off and replaced with $0.
Just click the little button that says “I want it.” A popup will ask only for your email address, and you’ll get access to the PDF.
Philippians, a near miss
I thought about giving away Philippians, because it’s a happy book. And to a great extent, we’re in such a sad state these days. Here in the USA and beyond. I know some people disagree with that. They’ve been wrong before.
Still, it’s Christmastime.
Luke, a physician, gives us the Bible’s most heartwarming story about the birth of Jesus. As a writer, Luke has a great manger-side manner. Of course he wasn’t there at the time. But he writes like one of his sources was.
I’ll be feeling generous until Christmas.
After that, I want money.
If a dollar still qualifies.
Merry Christmas. Peace on earth. Let’s keep working on it.