The Book of Books

by Paul Tautges | February 25, 2017 2:23 am

We are privileged to live in a day in which there is an abundance of excellent resources to encourage biblical ministry. However, one gap that remains is in the area of small books to use with curious unbelievers or brand new believers. Matthias Media is doing their best to help fill the gap with their growing list of really thoughtful books. One new title that I read this week is called The Book of Books: A short guide to reading the Bible[1]. If you are looking for a short and simple introduction to the Bible, either for yourself or someone else, then this may be just what you are looking for.

The book’s four chapters provide a clear and concise introduction to reading the Bible by answering some common questions:

In the fourth chapter, the author provides four ways not to read the Bible and six ways to approach it properly. Here’s a quick bullet point list, but the longer explanations in this chapter is worth the price of the book (only $5.99, by the way).

Don’t read your Bible…

Instead, read your Bible…

If you are new to the Bible then this little resource will help you immensely. If you are familiar with the Bible, but are looking for a simple way to help a friend begin his or her journey, then you won’t be disappointed with The Book of Books[2].

  1. The Book of Books: A short guide to reading the Bible:
  2. The Book of Books:

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