The Bible is a story.
Do you know its setting?
Everything in the Bible has meaning, including its geography. God chose a certain kind of land in a particular place to get a specific response from His people. The New Moody Atlas of the Bible shows you how by revealing the geographical and historical context of the biblical story.
Marvel at God's provision by journeying with Israel in the wilderness. Size up their enemies by studying portraits of the Egyptians, Canaanites, Assyrians, and others. View maps and pictures of the places Jesus walked. See Paul's evangelistic zeal by learning the scope of his missionary journeys.
The New Moody Atlas of the Bible represents a significant revision of the classic The Moody Atlas of the Bible Lands by its original author, Dr. Barry Beitzel. Higher quality maps, new research, and additional commentary make this updated work an indispensable resource for sermon preparation, lessons, and personal Bible study.
- 118 full-color maps
- Comprehensive survey of important Biblical locations–from Eden to Jerusalem to Rome
- 800+ endnotes for more in-depth study
- A General Reading list for continued research
- Map Citation Index for finding one location on multiple maps
- Thorough General Index for locating proper names and important subjects
- A Scripture Citation Index for quick reference
- Over 60 color photos of various locations and artifacts