BibleAlive

A Guide to Discovering the Ageless Vitality of the Bible for Teachers and Students

by Sara Ann Lincoln D.A.


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/28/2015

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.25x11
Page Count : 232
ISBN : 9781491753699
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 232
ISBN : 9781491753705

About the Book

Most of us seek a fulfilling life. Millions of us seek answers to life’s deeper, more spiritual meaning. But what is that meaning? Where can it be found? How can we know when we find it? Traditional church and Sunday school attendance is down, as parents and children alike question the relevance of religion in their lives. And while sales of books dealing with spirituality are stronger than ever, the Bible—arguably the oldest—still outsells them all.

What is it about the Bible that keeps it on top? It isn’t the history lessons, stories, or passages, which sometimes seem contradictory. No, it’s the recurring theme of God’s forgiveness and love for his creation. Author Dr. Sara Ann Lincoln’s BibleAlive: A Guide to Discovering the Ageless Vitality of the Bible for Teachers and Students will help you discover that meaning and message. This workbook will help you find the true spirit of the Bible, the study of which can lead to a more joy-filled, satisfying life. Dr. Lincoln teaches how to learn through questioning as well as covers such topics as major biblical figures and themes and how to know the Bible spiritually. She also provides useful information and tools to use in spiritual growth.

BibleAlive: A Guide to Discovering the Ageless Vitality of the Bible for Teachers and Students takes a complex subject and presents it in an easy to understand format. As your spiritual knowledge grows, you’ll find yourself wanting to know more.


About the Author

Sara Ann Lincoln, D.A., received a bachelor of music education degree from Northwestern University, a master’s degree in English from the University of Chicago, and a doctorate in English and women’s studies from the University of Michigan. She has taught elementary- to college-level courses in the United States, Germany, and Japan.