Do you like diagrams? Well, I do. Maybe it’s because I’ve always loved maps so much. I love to study a map almost as much as I love to read a good book. The thing I love about diagrams is that good ones take a lot of information and compile it in a format that shows you the “big picture” of something. This site has some of the most colorful and informative Bible diagrams I’ve ever seen. The best part? They’re free!
Be sure to read the different perspectives presented on the home page. Those who have produced these diagrams say that there are two approaches to information found in the Bible: either a “fundamentalist” or a “scholarly” approach. You need to understand what they mean by that before using this tool. Just recognize that the diagrams are not the inerrant Word of God and you’ll be fine.
All of you Bible teachers out there, be warned: proceed with caution. Time-sucker ahead. You might be intending to just have a little look and, before you know it, 3 hours have melted away like they were 3 minutes.
This is a great study tool for teachers as well as students. Enjoy!
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How do I get the diagrams?
You click on the link in the blog post.