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ENDORSEMENTS

an excellent study tool for pastors and lay people alike
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Dr. John MacArthur
, D.D., President, The Master’s University & Seminary
"It is my conviction that the Bible is not difficult for the believing heart to understand.  And the more we understand, the more unshakable our conviction that the Bible is the living, authoritative, inerrant Word of God.  The more I study it, the more I hunger to know.  That is why I am grateful for the efforts of Scott Bashoor and the fine work he has done in producing these outline charts.  Their unique style and detailed content provide an excellent study tool for pastors and lay people alike.  They are an important resource, and it is my prayer that they will be used by the Lord to bless many."

invites readers to understand the flow of thought & inner coherence of each NT book
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Dr. Clint Arnold, Ph.D., Dean and Professor of New Testament, Talbot School of Theology (Biola University)
“Although we live at a time when there are an abundance of Bibles, Christians seem to know less of the content of their Bibles than ever before. It is also a time when many believers think of their Bibles more as a collection of disconnected Bible verses than as narratives and letters.  Scott Bashoor’s volume not only invites readers to get more deeply into their Bibles, but to understand the flow of thought and inner coherence of each New Testament book. The graphical representation of this thought development will greatly assist the learning process.”

a great service for busy pastors and serious students of the Bible
- Dr. John Grassmick
, Th.D., Emeritus Professor of New Testament Studies, Dallas Theological Seminary
”Gaining an accurate overview of a biblical book is an important step in personal Bible study and preparation for preaching and teaching. Scott has performed a great service for busy pastors and serious students of the Bible by providing an attractive visual outline of each book of the New Testament in chart form. This book of charts deserves wide and thoughtful use.“

succinct & helpful overview of the New Testament author's flow of thought
- Dr. Kevin Zuber, Ph.D., Professor of Theology, Moody Bible Institute
Visual Outline Charts of the New Testament by Scott Bashoor will be a welcome addition to the reference library of casual Bible readers, pastor-teachers, Christian college students, and yes, even seasoned New Testament scholars. These charts have a clear and attractive layout and they contain succinct and accurate information for each New Testament book. Any Bible expositor will find that these charts provide just the kind of complete book overview which he needs to keep in mind even as he deals closely with the text verse by verse. College students will find the charts offer a concise summary and clear digest of information that will faithfully guide them as they take up serious study of the books of the New Testament. And even the scholars—the ones who study the exegetical details and subtle theologies of the New Testament (i.e,. the trees and their leaves)—will appreciate these charts for their succinct and helpful overview of the New Testament author’s flow of thought (i.e., the wide screen pictures of the forest). And for the casual readers of the Bible—those who simply want to get a roadmap for the journey—these charts will offer a clear but not superficial atlas to keep them from getting lost or giving up on the way. I am delighted to recommend them.”

charts that seamlessly integrate the structure & content of the New Testament books 
- Dr. Alex Granados, Ph.D., President, Southeastern Bible College 
“Driven by one simple mission—to help students, pastors, and studious laymen visually understand the vital information and flow of each book of the New Testament—Bashoor provides charts that seamlessly integrate the structure and content of the New Testament books. This book is a tremendous enhancement for those who aspire to accurately handle the word of truth.”
 
outstanding visual model for presenting the 'big picture' outlines & concepts
- Dr. Dennis Swanson , D. Min.,  Professor of Religion, Dean of Library Services, University of North Carolina at Pembroke
“Scott Bashoor is an innovative and experienced pastor and longtime adjunct professor at The Master’s Seminary. Over the years he has perfected this outstanding visual model for presenting the 'big picture' outlines and concepts of the New Testament.  Visual Outline Charts of the New Testament (VOCNT) can be used effectively in any setting where the Bible is being taught.  The same charts that have been effectively used in teaching seminary students are equally accessible to the person beginning their first study of the Bible. I highly recommend this book to anyone desiring a better understanding of the New Testament; its flow, major divisions, and relationships from book to book.”
 
these charts expose the symmetry through which the flow of each book is easily grasped
- Dr. Irv Busenitz, Th.D., Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dean of the Faculty, The Master’s Seminary
“It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. Nowhere is that more true than in Scott Bashoor’s Visual Outline Charts of the New Testament. The charts not only give a valuable birds-eye view of each New Testament book, they also have a depth woven into their fabric. From overview to thematic structure to in-depth outline, these charts expose the symmetry through which the flow of each book is easily grasped. Whether layperson, pastor, or seminary professor, these helpful charts are requisite. Although not designed to replace one’s commentaries, I believe they are destined to occupy a significant place in one’s study.”
 

 
REVIEWS


by Matthew McMains (PhD cand.) at Books at a Glance

by Dr. Greg Harris in The Master's Seminary Journal [pp. 99-101 in the PDF reader]

by Aaron Blumer at SharperIron

by Pedro Cheung at BibleSumo

BUZZ

Preachers and Preaching, the blogsite of The Master's Seminary

Equipt the Saint, Strengthening Faith and Family

Bible Fluency, the Facebook page for the online ministry of Biola professor Dr. Ken Berding

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