The Bible is not an easy book to understand. Because of its massive size, and because it is not arranged as a typical volume, it is easy to get lost and not realize that it tells just one overarching story. Beginning with Genesis and ending with Revelation, Making Connections skillfully connects the many dots so that readers can enjoy the good news of the redemptive story.
This interactive resource reveals that the Bible is far more than a random collection of insights, commands, stories, and promises. Rather, it is one story—the story of God’s redeeming love. And Making Connections shows that this good news story did not stop in the first century, but rather continues in your life today.
Terry G. Carter is Associate Dean, Pruet School of Christian Studies; W. O. Vaught Professor of Christian History and Ministry; and chair of the department of Christian Ministry, Ouchaita Baptist University. He has served as campus minister at two universities in Texas and as pastor or interim pastor in churches in Texas, Germany, Belgium, and Arkansas. He coauthored Telling God’s Story:The Biblical Narrative from Beginning to End with Preben Vang.
Preben Vang is professor of Christian Scriptures and the director of the doctoral programs at Baylor University’s George W. Truett Seminary. He is a seasoned pastor, church planter, scholar,and author of numerous articles and books.