Author(s): Robert V. Huber
Following on from the successful One-Stop Bible Guide and One-Stop Bible Atlas, this guide to the history of the Bible from its origins to how it has shaped history and nations. In a highly visual way,The One-Stop Guide to the History of the Bible tells the story of how the Bible was written down, how the books of the Bible were selected, how and when the first translations happened, as well as exploring how key moments in both World and Church history affected the Bible. This is an idea point of reference for all of those who wish to explore the history of the Bible, especially those who prefer a strong visual approach.
Robert V. Huber is a freelance writer who has worked for over twenty years with the Reader's Digest General Books Division in the USA. He has edited and contributed to a number of books including Jesus and His Times and Who's Who in the Bible. He is currently completing an MA in Religious Studies. STEPHEN M. MILLER is a full-time freelance writer and editor who specializes in Bible-related projects. He holds a Masters in Religious Education from the Nazarene Theological Seminary, USA.