Book review: "30 Days to understanding the Bible in 15 minutes a day", by Max Anders

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[Professor’s Name] [Writer’s Name] [Course Title] [Date] 30 Days to Understanding the Bible in 15 Minutes a Day by Max Anders The book 30 Days to Understanding the Bible in 15 Minutes a Day is written by Max Anders. He was honored with his Doctor of Theology degree from the Western Seminary and his Master of Theology degree from the Dallas Theological Seminary…

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He is also the original developer as well of the general editor of The Holman New Testament Commentary. This book is divided into three sections; each of them being further branched out into chapters, which further have sub chapters. This is to give the reader the complete summary of the contents of the Bible in a concise and organized manner. But at the same time, Max Anders makes sure not to skip out on any important material. The first section is titled ‘The Story of the Old Testament’. This part has sixteen chapters which cover in around a hundred pages in total. The first chapter is called ‘The Structure of the Bible’ in which the author starts off with talking about how the Bible can be very easily divided into two main divisions, mainly the Old Testament and the New Testament. In all, there are a total of sixty six books which form the complete Bible. The Old Testament starts off right from the beginning of time, about how everything was created. This part narrates the stories about God, the lives of the Jewish people, their poets and also the prophets they had till the time Jesus Christ was born. The Old Testament consists of thirty nine books which have been penned by twenty eight authors over a time period of around two thousand years. ...
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