How We Got the Bible Wall Chart
by Rose Publishing
This bestselling laminated version of How We Got the Bible Wall Chart explains the history of the Bible in English and increases confidence in the reliability of the Bible as it has been handed down over time.
How We Got the Bible Chart features a time line that covers 4,000 years of Bible translation history, from 2000 BC to AD 2000. The Bible translation timeline starts with God commanding Moses to write on tablets, and later Old Testament writings on scrolls of parchment and papyrus, then in the first century, the New Testament was written and scrolls were folded into books called codexes. And finally the rise of the modern printing press with moveable type made the Bible available to common people at a reasonable price. This Bible history chart is perfect for Bible study, Sunday school lessons, homeschool curriculum, or Christian school courses.
How We Got the Bible Timeline Includes 4 Reproducible Printable Worksheets and Handouts
- Worksheet: Early Bible Translators: Brief Biographies of Jerome, Bede, John Wycliffe and William Tyndale
- Handout: How We Got the Bible: 10 Key Points
- Handout: How We Got the Bible Timeline
- Graphic: The Family Tree of Bibles: The Origen and Growth of the English Bible
- Handout: 5 Teaching Tips and Project Ideas for Kids
Teaching Tip: It's fun for people to get out of their seat and write on the chart...then just wipe it off. You can write on the laminated How We Got the Bible Wall Chart using water-soluble "wet-erase" markers only (such as the Vis-à-Vis™ brand). Perfect for quizzes.
Full color. Large classroom-size Sunday school chart. Size: 19.5" x 26". Printed on heavy chart paper and laminated with high quality 3 mil plastic for durability for kids' classrooms. Rolls neatly for storage.
|Publisher: Rose Publishing|
|Dimensions: 19 X 26 (inches)|