Do you need a quick summary of the books of the Bible to reference when you study the Bible with our kids?
When we study the Bible, the information about each book of the Bible matters. After all, if a book is prophecy we read it differently than a book of history. The gospels are different than Paul’s letters. The dates and authors matter too.
The Bible has overarching themes that are important to understand. Each book also has overarching themes. The story of Esther isn’t about a beauty pageant. It’s not all about our obedience in scary times, either. The book of Esther is about God’s sovereignty over the events of our lives. God preserves his people and uses his people for good. The book of Esther never mentions God, but it’s all about God’s providential care.
You can learn these facts as you go through each book of the Bible, using Bible Road Trip™ with your kids. You can study to learn about each book of the Bible. You can also grab these handy summary of the books of the Bible reference charts to use with your kids. We display maps and diagrams so our kids will learn the countries of the world and the planets of the solar system.
Why not teach them all about the 66 books of the Bible with these helpful charts?
The List of the Books of the Bible in Order Poster
These charts make wonderful posters for your school area or classroom, or laminate them and pull them out as you study each book of the Bible.
- The books of the Bible in order
- Each book’s:
- Date written
- Major themes
- You can purchase a household or classroom license
Print Your Summary of the Books of the Bible Reference Sheets
- I suggest you print the poster on white cardstock.
- Or, you can print them on regular printer paper and laminate or frame them.
Your children will be empowered to understand the themes, genres, dates, and authors of each book of the Bible!
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