Books of the Bible


A visual summary of the books of the Bible, arranged by genre (i.e. type of writing). PDF version (40 KB)


17 thoughts on “Books of the Bible

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  2. Hello There. I found your blog the use of msn. This is a very neatly written
    article. I’ll make sure to bookmark it and return to learn more of your helpful information. Thank you for the post. I will certainly return.

  3. Hey Mark,
    Would like your permission to hand out your ‘Books of the Bible’ chart for a Bible 101 class for our church. Your work looks good man.

  4. I really like the look of this chart, very “clean and neat” makes it easy to use. I would like to use it for my Bible class at school, if that’s ok. Thanks!

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  6. Mark, I’m the discipleship pastor at Grace Community Church, in Centennial Colorado. I would love to use your graphic on books of the bible in our handout and class on foundations of the faith.

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  8. Do you think Lamentations would be a better fit under Major Prophets, since it was authored by Jeremiah, a Major Prophet? It would also give you the symmetry of having 3 sections of 5 books and 2 sections of 12 books. leaving Poetry as it’s own section.

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  11. Hi Mark,

    This is a very well done visual. Could I use it in a presentation to my Christian Worldview class at Grand Canyon University?

    Blessings brother.

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