a good and usefull Bible study ! rev IAN BROWN is able in one hour to cover the essential about the geography of the Old Testament. His study is well structured and concise. Ask for the notes.
from Portadown, Northern Ireland
Very Informative I would recommend all Christians, (whether new, young or long in the tooth!) to follow this Bible Course. You will learn many interesting things, and it will be a blessing to you. Take for example part 2 - the geography of the OT. You will be able to visualise and understand better when you read about these places in your Bible.
Just send your e-mail address to Rev Brown and he will add you name to the list and will send you out each of the relevant study notes which you will be able to refer to whenever you feel the need.
As stated above, the address is
The Lord bless your work for Him.
Jim and Dorothy (3/4/2006)
Great Sermon! Here indeed we find a sermon which is both challenging and delightfully informative. The believer is instructed about Bible lands and their symbolic significance while the unsaved will be walking on a geographical path which prayerfully will lead to Calvary and beyond.
May The Saviour, Designer and Creator richly bless our brother Ian as he produces these very important studies.
Scott McMahan (3/3/2006)
Jam-Packed This lecture is an hour and a half of material jammed into an hour, so you'll want to get the accompanying PDF notes to go back over. It's hard to absorb this much material at one time. You may also want to get a Bible with color maps and contour lines to follow along, because the geography of the area is vital to understand to know why certain things unfold the way they do in the Bible.
Ian Brown succeeded Dr Ian Paisley as minister of Martyrs Memorial in August 2013. Prior to this he pastored the Free Presbyterian congregation in Northern Ireland’s Maiden City, Londonderry, from 1987 to 2013. He is the author of several books, notably: “Belfast Boat – Titanic,...