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Bible Truths E: Directions for Early Christians, 3rd. ed.


Bible E, 3rd ed. by BJU Press (textbook cover image)

Bible Truths E, 3rd ed. Resources

About Bible Truths E: Directions for Early Christians, 3rd ed.

Bible Truths E provides an overview of many New Testament epistles. The text emphasizes the application of truth to the student's life. Included with the Teacher's Edition is a Support Materials CD (for use with the third edition) that contains exercises, maps, lesson outlines, and the continuation of the Bible Reading Program that begins in Bible Truths C.

Bible Truths E Lesson Outlinepdf document


Lesson 3

 Cerinthus – If the student or teacher would like to know more about this man or his teaching

Lesson 5

Adoniram Judson – A collection of resources if someone would like to do more reading
To the Golden Shore – Amazon link to the book

Intro to Colossians

37°45′26″N 29°15′59″E – A student can follow these coordinates in GoogleEarth to look at the ancient site of Colosse

Lesson 8

Tacitus – If someone would like to know more about this historian

Intro to Philippians

41°00′47″N 24°17′11″E– A student can follow these coordinates in GoogleEarth to look at the ancient site of Philippi.

Lesson 10

 Electronic and downloadable copies of Religious Affections

Lesson 11

Bob Wieland’s website

Intro to Titus

35°13′N 24°55′E– A student can follow these coordinates in GoogleEarth to look at the island of Crete.

Lesson 22

Christian History article on Richard Baxter and the English Puritans

Lesson 25

VOM website has up-to-date facts and stories of persecution

Lesson 35

Amazon link to A. E. Glover’s book

Lesson 39

31°18′56″N 35°21′14″E- A student can follow these coordinates in GoogleEarth to look at the fortress of Masada.  Also, UNESCO has named this a World Heritage site.

Lesson 44

The Harry Houdini website

Lesson 49

The Ancient Hobbyist making a type of catapult


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