Bible Atlas Recommendation

Discussion in 'Baptist Theology & Bible Study' started by Priscilla Ann, Dec 26, 2014.

  1. Priscilla Ann

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    I'm not sure if this is the correct forum for this question, so feel free to move it. Can anyone here recommend a good bible atlas?

    Thanks for any suggestions.
     
  2. Yeshua1

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    Zondervan and Moody both have really good bible Atlases!
     
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    The Holman Bible Atlas is quite good and a good buy. Also, the Zondervan and ESV texts work well too.
     
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    esword has some free maps available at biblesupport.com if you like "free" and electronic versions.
     
  5. Priscilla Ann

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    Thanks for the excellent suggestions. I will check them out!
     
  6. PreachTony

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    While they are not true atlases, per se, I like these two:

    Concise Bible Atlas
    by J. Carl Laney
    This book, if anything, is more a college text book. The maps are not the greatest in the world, but the write-up for each section is full of information.


    Who's Who and Where's Where in the Bible
    by Stephen M. Miller
     

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