Which 14 books of the Bible that, when read in order, provide a view of Salvation History from a historical perspective? What about the other books? What is a “Toledot and why is it important? Where was the Ark of the Covenant located in the time of Christ? What is Typology and why is it important when studying Sacred Scripture? What is meant by Saint Augustine’s saying: “The New Testament lies hidden in the Old and the Old is unveiled in the New“. Why did Christ call the Disciples “fools” on the road to Emmaus? Who was Judah’s sister? These questions and many more are answered in Jeff Cavins’ “The Great Adventure” study.
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You answer these questions and many more plus build a large foldout version of the above timeline using “The Great Adventure Kit” from Catholic Gift Baskets. You will also learn what Books of the Bible when read in order provide a chronological view of Salvation History. This is very important as many of us have tried to read the Bible from beginning to end only to become lost and frustrated by the time we get to Leviticus. Click Here to be sent to the site. They also have kits for small group study.