Learn the beliefs, practices and history of Jehovah's Witnesses, and better defend your true Christian beliefs.
Learn the truth about the Mormons, who may use Christian terms, but mean something completely different.
"Bible Overview" presents each book of the Bible with its author, type, place, time and why it was written.
From Genesis to Revelation, you have key dates, events, leaders and history encompassed in this best-selling "Bible Time Line."
This color glossy pamphlet shows 2,000 years of church history at a single glance. Information is presented century by century to provide easy access to helpful facts.
This booklet covers the five key areas of faith. Being a Christian is not about following rules alone, but a relationship between a loving God and you.
Look objectively at Pre-millennialism, Post-millennialism, Historic Premillennialism and Amillennialism in this comparative chart format.
Consult this chart to compare the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John to learn more about Jesus Christ.
Dig deep into God's Word by going step-by-step through the basic principles of Bible study. Learn how to use concordances, dictionaries and inductive Bible study.
From oral traditions, to the earliest methods of writing and the Dead Sea Scrolls, all manuscripts forming the Bible are validated in "How We Got the Bible."
Eight key differences about God, history and people are explained in this chart used to compare Christian and Muslim beliefs.
This timeline outlines the key historical points of Jerusalem, from King David's reign and Roman rule to the Crusades and World Wars I and II, up to the modern era.
Paul's key teachings from his letters and vital life and ministry are presented in this concise pamphlet. It includes maps and a timeline of events in Paul's life.
This insert includes 22 large print color maps. See the position of cities during Bible times and where places are located today.
Read these six amazing stories of believers who faced incredible hardship and apply these lessons of faith, strength, and forgiveness to your own life.
Jesus called twelve ordinary men and turned their weaknesses into strengths, their faults into testimonies, and their doubts into faith. Find out who these men were who Jesus called His disciples.
"Where to Find it in the Bible" is a useful handbook to refer to when you can't remember where the verse is for a specific topic. It also includes a one-year Bible reading plan and an outline to complete inductive Bible study.