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Learn the Bible in 24 Hours

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Scholars throughout the ages have devoted lifetimes to studying the Bible. But for most of us, this simply isn't practical or possible. For those who have tried and failed to initiate a program of personal Bible study, "Learn the Bible in 24 Hours" is ideal. Chuck Missler provides readers with the strategic grasp of the "big picture" of Scripture that enables them to ably ...more
Paperback, 352 pages
Published September 3rd 2002 by Thomas Nelson Publishers (first published August 1st 2000)
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This book is fascinating. An "hour" is actually about twenty minutes - you'd have to be a really slow reader to take an hour, and it's a very easy read, nothing of a challenge but has highlighted some amazing connections between old and new testaments, languages in the Bible and meanings of things, and also some amazing insights about Israel and God's love for Israel still. Learned a lot. A LOT. Half way through I realised that it can come in the form of a DVD/Book/discussion group format, which ...more
Joshua Cannon
Could not be more impressed with this book. The content and clarity provided by this resource was astonishing! One of my favorite parts was how Missler broke down and analyzed the Seven Letters to the Churches from Jesus in Revelation. I gleaned so much enriched understanding of the prophetic aspects in Scripture by reading this book.
I'm not a biblical scholar at this point, but it was interesting. This book is useful in giving a rough working view of the bible. be prepared for the authors occasional lapses into fundamentalism.
AMAZING!!!! YOu must listen to the lecture and then answer the questions. This will open so much of your understanding of the character and will of God.
Marianne West
Informative summary/commentary of the entire Bible, which shows how everything ties together. Missler covers key points in each book and "connects the dots", and how the Old Testament and New Testament work together. Reading through the Bible, and understanding God's plan makes it much easier to understand today's events.
Nicholas Maulucci
lot of good info. posed theories about passages that are vague. interesting perspective on many things. a good overview of the whole bible.
The vague beliefs I have always carried with me about the scriptures have been absolutely cemented in reality from the insights offered by Chuck Missler. So many things I never knew about Jewish roots of my faith and about God's covenant with Israel. My eyes have truly been opened...thank you Chuck Missler!!!
This is a MUST for any serious study of the Bible. It is the single most recommended book I have read (in any genre).
Rebekah Stearns
Such a great book and the DVD series is even BETTER!!
Nov 15, 2007 Mary is currently reading it
Recommends it for: serious seekers
I belong to a Bible study group (all women) who have not only been using this book but also draw from various other resource material. We have taken over a year to get through this 24 hour study.... We are a couple of months away from the book of Mathew (we break for all vacations).... It could
be read at the rate of an hour a lesson.... But doubt that much would be retained.
Always wary of Christians who are deeply into prophecy and the end times but I couldn't fault this and had quite a few eye-openers. But like the Berians, and as Missler himself urges, I want to check out some of his claims e.g. that the first 10 names in the Bible hold a prophetic message about Christ when you look at their Hebrew meaning.
Great introduction, but the DVD series and small group workbook is the only way to do this course!
I felt the book really missed out on the discussion that happens when several people follow it together.
Pretty good summary/study, a lot of conjectures but I feel Missler, with his information science perspective, was honest enough about controversial topics versus being straight Bible study.
fantastic read about all the amazing evidence found in the Scriptures that lead to the idea that the Bible is indeed from God. this one will stretch you.
So far it's been a VERY enlightening read. Finished it the first time in 3 days, and now I'm rereading it with notes.
Amazing overview on the Bible that does what it says, reviews the entire Bible in 24 one hour sessions.
Kelly Kirkpatrick
This was a great read. I recommend this for anyone wanting to get more out of their study of the Bible.
yeah...taking longer than 24 hours...could be because i am reading a million things at once...
Good Biblical exegesis of the Old Testament, not so good for the New Testament.
Jan 28, 2008 Stacy marked it as to-read
Currently going through the DVD series on "Learn the Bible in 24 Hours".
This book should be on everyones book shelf that is interested in God, the Bible and Christianity. This a basically a summery of every book of the Bible and makes a great companion to the Bible. Beware though Dr. Missler is a very smart man and can easily make you head spin.
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Charles "Chuck" Missler is an author, evangelical Christian, and Bible teacher, and former businessman and Air Force officer. He is the founder of the Koinonia House ministry based in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Chuck Missler, an honors graduate of the United States Naval Academy, earned his Master of Science in Engineering from UCLA.[1] In 1999, Missler received a Ph.D. in biblical studies from the una ...more
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