Disclaimer: I received this Kindle book(proof edition) from the publisher through Net Galley in exchange for an honest review.
New Testament Basics for Catholics is a great book especially for those who may be in bible study classes.This year my woman’s bible study group is concentrating on ACTS and LETTERS. With Catholic Bible in hand I am able to refer to this book when I get stuck on the meaning of a passage. Mr. Bergsma ‘s writing style clarifies difficult passages all in terms that a layman can understand. He also has a sense of humor dividing ACTS into the Peter Channel and the Paul Channel. Now who doesn’t understand that! Since this was a proof copy I was not able to view the maps on Kindle but I understand that in the final Kindle edition you are able to view maps. However that did not stop me from really enjoying this book. I am probably going to purchase the print copy. I would love to see an Old Testament Basics for Catholics written by the same author. Catholics really struggle with the Old Testament!
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