Atlas of Bible Lands by Hammond World Atlas Corporation StaffFrom the breathtaking Hammond World Atlas, display on your coffee table or the full line of student atlases to cram into your back pack, no other publisher offers such a wide range of accurate, aggressively updated world reference titles.
Call Number: G2230 .H3 2007
Atlas of the Biblical World by Outlet Book Company Staff; Random House Value Publishing Staff
Call Number: G2230 .R47 1982
Chronicles of the Bible lands by Rogerson, J. W.
Call Number: BS630 .R625 2003
Publication Date: 2003
The Harper Atlas of the Bible by James B. Prichard (Editor)
Call Number: G2230 .H47 1987
Bible Atlas by Yohanan Aharoni; Michael Avi-Yonah; Anson F. Rainey; Ze'ev SafraiMaps and commentary depict the sites of major events in the Old and New Testaments.
Call Number: G2230 .A2 1968
New Historical Atlas of Religion in America by Edwin Scott Gaustad; Philip L. Barlow; Richard W. Dishno (As told to)In two editions over 40 years, Edwin Gaustad's Atlas of American Religion has been an essential guide to the American religious experience. Now the New Historical Atlas of Religion in America takes the story into the new millennium.Expanded, reorganized, and now in full color, the new edition of this classic reference work is an arresting visual and narrative portrait of the growth, development, and diversity of America's communities of faith across nearly 400 years.Here is a vastly more complex American religious life--from the decline of mainstream Protestantism to the emergence of evangelical churches and the growing influence of Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, and other faiths. Parts One and Two are a history--in maps and text--of American religions. Part Threefocuses in-depth on Lutherans, Mormons, and Roman Catholics. Part Four examines the political, cultural, and social aspects of religion in American public life.Lavishly illustrated with full-color maps, charts, and diagrams, the new Atlas is an essential resource for all readers--students, teachers, scholars, and everyone seeking to understand the remarkable religious history of the United States.
Call Number: G1201.E4 N4 2001
Oxford Bible Atlas by Adrian CurtisThis new edition of the Oxford Bible Atlas, now with full-colour maps and illustrations, has been thoroughly revised to bring it up to date with regard both to biblical scholarship and to archaeology and topography. The Atlas will help readers of the Bible understand the contexts in which its stories are set and to appreciate the world from which it emerged and which formed its background. Maps show the geographical setting of the Bible's storiesand reflect the successive stages of the Bible's accounts, while specially chosen full-colour illustrations bring the countries and their peoples to life. The accompanying text describes the land of Palestine, and its wider ancient Near Eastern and east Mediterranean settings. It outlines clearly the successivehistorical periods, and describes the major civilizations with which Israelites, Jews, and early Christians came into contact. There is also an illustrated survey of the relevance of archaeology for the study of the Bible. The Atlas provides a superb guide to the geography of the Holy Land throughout biblical history, from the Exodus period through to New Testament times.
Call Number: eBook
Publication Date: 2007
Westminster Historical Atlas to the Bible by G. Ernest Wright (Editor); Floyd V. Filson (Editor)
Call Number: BS630 .W7
Publication Date: 1956
Atlas of the Bible by Carl G. RasmussenExplore the lands of the Bible and the history of scripture with unprecedented clarity. This major revision of the Gold Medallion Award-winning Zondervan NIV Atlas of the Bible is a visual feast that will help you experience the geography and history of Scripture with unprecedented clarity. The first section of the Atlas introduces the "playing board" of biblical history. The next section, arranged historically, begins with Eden and traces the historical progression of the Old and New Testaments. It concludes with chapters on the history of Jerusalem, the disciplines of historical geography, and the most complete and accurate listing and discussion of place-names found in any atlas. Unique features include: Stunning multidimensional and three-dimensional maps Over 100 new relevant-to-topic images Revised engaging text Innovative chronological charts and graphics A complete geographical dictionary and index available for in-depth studies The Zondervan Atlas of the Bible is destined to become a favorite guide to biblical geography for students of the Bible. This accessible and complete resource will assist you as you enter into the world of the Bible as never before.