Thursday, January 30, 2014

Book Review: The Wayfinding Bible



The Wayfinding Bible is designed to "helping you navigate through God's Word".  With three different "routes" to choose from, a new believer, someone more familiar with the Bible, or anyone in between will be able to read through the main points of the Word in as little as 54 readings. I think that these three "routes" would also be helpful in disciplining new believers and sharing the basics

My first impression of The Wayfinding Bible was "I love this!" As I continued to flip through and read, I was impressed by the fun colors, full-color pictures, notations and timelines. All of these detailed elements made the Bible come alive with background information and it also filled in some historical gaps. Sometimes, Bibles similar to this one can appear cluttered, but I found the layout of The Wayfinding Bible was very well placed.

Another major aspect that I loved from this Bible was the fact that all throughout, there are sections called "Finding Jesus In…", where it shows us where we truly can find Jesus in EVERY book of the Bible.
This would be so helpful in a theological discussion! 


Overall, I am so glad to have the opportunity to review The Wayfinding Bible. It's white clean-cut cover and color filled pages make reading the Bible fun! I enjoyed reading the flyover route and look forward to eventually read through the other routes and get a better feel for each system. Those seeking to add a structured daily Bible reading to their routine would surely benefit from reading through this NLT translation.


You can check out the book trailer for Wayfinding Bible here.

I received the above mentioned book complimentary from Tyndale Publishers in exchange for my unbiased review.

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