Bible Project Coffee Table Book – This large format (48 x 30 x 2.2cm) contains carefully designed illustrations that explain the structure, themes and context of each of the 66 books of the Bible. This unique visual approach shows how each part of Scripture relates to the…
In the Garden: A Collection of Botanical Verses of Scripture: An Illustrated Guide to the Plants of the Bible
Bible Project Coffee Table Book
This large format (48 x 30 x 2.2cm) contains carefully designed illustrations that explain the structure, themes and context of each of the 66 books of the Bible. This unique visual approach shows how each part of Scripture relates to the overarching message of God’s love in Christ. The illustrations in Read Scripture are the work of The Bible Project, a non-profit enterprise that specializes in creating innovative animations that enhance understanding of the Bible. This truly memorable book will help readers get the most out of their time with God’s Word. Publisher’s description This coffee table book contains the complete collection of all illustrations in The Bible Project Read Scripture series along with short written summaries of each book. The illustrations include the books of the Old Testament and the New Testament in the Protestant tradition. These performance summaries are bound together in a gray cloth hardcover binding. The dimensions of this book are 19in x 12in (48cm x 30cm). It is perfect for displaying on a table or for use during family or small group Bible studies.
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Tim Mackie’s spiritual journey began when he met a group of skaters who were creatively expressing the Bible story. As a teenager he became involved in a Portland ministry called Skatechurch. Tim only went skating, but during his last years of high school he was drawn in by the stories he heard about Jesus.
With his faith renewed, Tim enrolled at Multnomah University. He became interested in the scriptural story around Jesus when he entered the world of Bible study.
Determined to deepen his understanding of the historical and cultural context of Jesus, Tim went on to earn a degree in theology from Western Seminary in Portland and a Ph.D. in Hebrew Bible and Jewish Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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Tim’s early research and writing interests focused on Bible manuscript history and the formation of the Bible canon. He really loves ancient Greek and Hebrew texts!
After years of ministry as a local church pastor, Tim now serves as Chief Education Officer for BibleProject and is an adjunct professor at Western Seminary. Tim is interested in the literary art and design of the Bible, and is dedicated to helping people understand how the whole story works together and Jesus leads us.