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Bits and Pieces 9/8

September 8, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Ten Years Later:  “Where was God when this happened?” is a question often asked about the events of 9/11.  In this article, R. C. Sproul seeks to answer this question and in so doing raises several others.  Why are we urged to ask God “to bless America,” yet if some suggest that God might also “judge America,” they are condemned for doing so? Read the article here. 

What Is The Most Important Word In The Bible?  I found this to be an interesting question, and this very brief post gives a worthy answer.  Read the post here.

The Book Of Revelation App: When I first saw this app for the iPad, iPhone and iPod, I doubted if a graphic illustrated book of the Bible could be a serious tool for Bible study.  Yet, after I read an interview with the illustrator, I was convinced enough to get it a try.  After downloading it, I had a hard time putting it aside and found the illustrations didn’t overwhelm the message but instead enhanced its clarity and scope.  At least for me, the best way to view the app was in landscape mode, that is, going panel by panel.  Read more about the Book of Revelation App here.

  1. September 9, 2011 at 1:44 am

    This is a great post, I liked your blog and added your feed.

    Spiritual thinking


  2. September 11, 2011 at 1:18 pm

    Thanks for your mention of Revelation App. One small correction. Chris Koelle, whom Tim Challies interviewed on his blog, is technically the illustrator not the author. The translators of the ancient Greek manuscript are Mark Arey and Philemon Sevastiades. The graphic script adaptation is by Matt Dorff. This App is the result of a collaboration of many contributors. That said, Chris Koelle’s illustrations are amazing and deserve all the praise they can get.

    I’m glad you mentioned viewing the app in landscape mode. I agree, this is the most *cinematic* way to view the content, and the text feels more powerful when presented one verse at a time. Glad you found it “enhancing” as opposed to “overwhelming.” We’re very proud of this project and hope people continue to download it and gain this unique way to view “The Book of Revelation!”

    If you have any questions feel free to email us at contact@revelationapp.com.


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