History in the Bible Podcast

Maps, Charts, and Timelines for the History in the Bible Podcast

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I've prepared some charts, timelines and maps for listeners of the History in the Bible Podcast.

News: Putting the Show Notes into Print

I am excited to announce that I have begun the process of putting my show into print, using Amazon self-publishing. There will be four volumes, one for each season, and a special volume tentatively entitled "A Bible Home Companion". This fourth volume will comprise all the maps, tables, charts, and diagrams in these Show Notes.

It may sound odd, but I will release the Show Notes volume first, in late December 2023. I figure that while many listeners may have no interest in a written version of the podcast audio, they may be interested in having a physical copy of all the visual elements that are impossible to communicate in a podcast. The volume will be in full colour, and about 150 pages long. I only have a limited say in the price Amazon charges, but I assure you it will be as cheap as possible

Tables, Timelines, and Charts


Can I use any of the show notes in my own material?

Sure! See this note.

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