Review by: Dr. Jerry Falwell, Liberty University - October 1, 2005
"It is awesome! Rose Publishing has produced one of the finest books I have ever seen. Every aspect of the charts, maps and time lines leaps off the page with spectacular color, incredible accuracy and intricate detail. Rose Book of Bible Charts, Maps and Time Lines is a must for every pastor and teacher who wants to clearly present the truths of the Bible.
Review by: Carey Hardy, Executive Pastor, John MacArthur's church: Grace Community Church, Sun Valley, - January 5, 2006
BOOK OF THE MONTH, JANUARY 2006 - Grace Books International “We’ve heard it many times: ‘A picture is worth a thousand words.’ Perhaps that’s not true for every issue. Nevertheless, having a visual on certain topics can help cement information in our minds. The ‘Rose Book of Bible Charts, Maps & Time Lines’ is such a visual. When it comes to assimilating biblical dates, locations, geography, lists, events, journeys, etc., this will prove to be a resource you’ll turn to over and over as you study Scripture.”
Review by: Dr. Ed Hindson, The King is Coming (TV Program) - June 12, 2006
“If I could give only two books to a new Christian, one would be the Bible and the other would be this book.” -- Dr. Ed Hindson, “The King Is Coming” TV Ministry
Review by: Jose Santiago - January 8, 2007
It's great. It's awesome. I can't find sufficient words to express the gratitude I feel for such a wonderful book. I never stop using it for my Bible Institute class on Wednesday nights. Thank you for such a useful and reasonable resource. May God Bless you and the Rose Publishing Team more and more each and every day. I wish to buy this book in Spanish, can you help me? Please. Thank You. Happy New Year. Jan 2, 2007
Review by: William Sisk - May 9, 2007
An excellent publication and overview of some of the most important events and truths of the entire Bible. Rose grants permission to reproduce each page for classroom use only. This book includes much of the information that is sold separately as pamphlets and charts which makes it an incredible value over purchasing these items individually.
Review: Kirkus Review - Discoveries - June 15, 2007
A compendium of charts, time lines, lists and illustrations to accompany study of the Bible. This visually appealing resource provides a wide array of illustrative and textually concise references, beginning with three sets of charts covering the Bible as a whole, the Old Testament and the New Testament. These charts cover such topics as biblical weights and measures, feasts and holidays and the 12 disciples. Most of the charts use a variety of illustrative techniques to convey lessons and provide visual interest. A worthwhile example is "How We Got the Bible," which provides a time line of translation history, comparisons of canons among faiths and portraits of important figures in biblcial translation, such as Jerome and John Wycliffe. The book then presents a section of maps, followed by diagrams to conceptualize such structures as Noah's Ark and Solomon's Temple. Finally, a section on Christianity, cults and other religions describes key aspects of history and doctrine for certain Christian sects and other faith traditions. Overall, the authors take a traditionalist, conservative approach. For instance, they list Moses as the author of the Pentateuch (the first five books of the Hebrew Bible) without making mention of claims to the contrary. When comparing various Christian sects and world religions, the emphasis is on doctrine and orthodox theology. Some chapters, however, may not completely align with the needs of Catholic and Orthodox churches. But the author's leanings are muted enough and do not detract from the work's usefulness. As a resource, it's well organized, inviting and visually stimulating. Even the most seasoned reader will learn something while browsing.
Worthwhile reference stuffed with facts and illustrations.
Review by: Chaplain Harold Carl, LeTourneau University - September 16, 2009
"This is the best collection of charts for teaching Biblical literature I have."
Review by: Paul Wallace, The Tabernacle Journey - March 14, 2011
If you go to the Facebook page The Tabernacle Journey you will see our efforts to reach out to Sedona and our many tourists with a full scale reproduction of the tabernacle. We actually used the Rose Guide to the Tabernacle to prepare the groups that were waiting to enter. One guest ordered a copy from you. It was very helpful. I attached the script we used for our guides. We had about 1000 visitors go through before one of the worst storms I have ever seen here made the structure unstable and the ground too wet. We fight quite a battle here in what the New Age calls its capital. Many were very moved. One Jewish man exclaimed at the end of the tour, "So the tabernacle was all about the Messiah!" --- Paul Wallace, The Tabernacle Journey