PowerPoint Then and Now Bible Maps
Then and Now Bible Maps PowerPoint will change the way you teach about the Bible forever! The fantastic bestselling ready-to-use PowerPoint allows leaders to show how maps from Bible-times compare with modern day geographical maps. Maps cover the areas for all major Bible stories.
PowerPoint contains more than 60 slide frames, maps with modern-time "overlays." View it on a computer screen or use a digital projector. PowerPoint CD contains PC and MAC versions, teacher notes, handouts, as well worksheets in PDF format. Those you teach will be amazed to discover that countries they hear on the news all the time were once the biblical nations and cities they learned about in Sunday school or Bible study. Then and Now Bible Maps focus on these five key biblical areas. You can show each map with or without the modern-day overlays.
- The Middle East during Old Testament times with modern-day overlays
- The Middle East Assyrian Empire, Babylonian Kingdoms and Persian Empire
- The Holy Land during the time of the Old Testament with overlays of modern-day Israel
- The Holy Land during the time of Jesus with modern-day overlays
- Paul's Journeys (Roman Empire at AD 60) with modern-day overlays
Microsoft PowerPoint users will love this easy-to-use presentation that includes enough material for two-to-four hours of lessons. Teachers can present select maps to emphasize a particular lesson and then add even greater relevance by showing your students where those Bible-time places are today.
Handouts of the presentation are included on the CD-ROM and include slide images with room for note taking. Teachers will enjoy the presentation's flexibility. Present the PowerPoint in one setting or as a series of study sessions. Once loaded onto a computer, the teacher has flexibility as to how the information is presented:
- Rearrange the format for specific environment or time considerations
- Present at the speed that's best for study participants
- Or use only a portion of the information for a special presentation