That the World May Know #04: Death and Resurrection of the Messiah Guide

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In this fourth volume of the "Faith Lessons" series, historian and teacher Ray Vander Laan teaches how confronting evil can be loudly proclaiming the name of Jesus or quietly caring for someone in need. The Discovery Guide is designed to be used in conjunction with the DVD. It contains 30 personal Bible studies for between-session learning along with questions for reflection and group discussion. Throughout are sidebars, maps, photos, and other study tools. 10 sessions.
Audience:
Church
Author:
Ray Vander Laan
Language:
English
Pages:
336
Publication Date:
2015-09-08
Publisher:
Zondervan
Format:
Book
Topic:
Faith
Binding:
Paperback

2 Reviews

  • 5
    Very Good, Thought-Provoking

    Posted by Brenda Little on Jan 18th 2018

    I bought nine volumes in this series years ago intending to lead bible studies but it didn't work out. I'm delighted to see that the series has greatly expanded. My goal for this year in my personal Bible study is to use the That The World May Know series. I am starting with Vol 4. I will probably never get to Israel so I am traveling there through this series! I like being on-site, learning the historical background, and I think the solid biblical teachings are very, very good. I highly recommend Vol 4 and am excited to continue in this journey the Lord has set before me. Thank you.

  • 2
    Not intuitive and very clumsy to use

    Posted by Edward on Jul 7th 2017

    I purchased this in order to download it to my computer for use in preparing lessons. There was no indication that it also needed to have the "Flux Player" downloaded in order to use the product. It is not a true download but rather accessed from the "cloud" somewhere and the only way you can access it is through the very clumsy, non-intuitive flux player. I found the digital version of the discovery guide much harder to use than the print version. When purchasing, there is no indication that it is not a true download. Had I known it was in this format before I purchased it I would not have purchased.