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Acts

A Visual Guide

Kevin DeYoung

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While Kevin DeYoung preached, Chris Ranson sketched. This book, composed entirely of hand-drawn illustrations, brings the book of Acts to life in front of your eyes. Each page contains an entire DeYoung sermon in visual form, allowing you to 'see' the communicated truths and concepts in a unique, compelling way. This exciting and engaging format is highly accessible to all.
Title:
Acts
Format:
Hardback
Pages:
128
SKU:
9781527101395

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  • 4
    A great companion to Acts

    Posted by James Lycett – Pastor, The Beacon Church A–in–M on 2nd May 2018

    I really like the premise of this book. I am a big fan of the current work being done by the likes of the Bible Project in portraying key biblical messages in a more visual format. The images in this book are simple but effective, the pictures aren’t trying to be unnecessarily complex, rather seeking to convey key ideas in simple flowing pictures. This book will be best utilised as a companion for someone who is planning to read through Acts, as is stated in the introduction. It’s not a book to pick up and flick through on its own. The new website accompanying this book isn’t finished at the time of writing this review, however I’m sure that Kevin DeYoung’s sermons will add another layer, as the book is really Chris Ranson’s picturised notes of Kevin’s sermons. Ideally I would have liked a little bit more text to read, if you use the book having just read Acts it’s hard to know exactly the points Kevin was making.

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  • 4
    A great companion to Acts

    Posted by James Lycett – Pastor, The Beacon Church A–in–M on 2nd May 2018

    I really like the premise of this book. I am a big fan of the current work being done by the likes of the Bible Project in portraying key biblical messages in a more visual format. The images in this book are simple but effective, the pictures aren’t trying to be unnecessarily complex, rather seeking to convey key ideas in simple flowing pictures. This book will be best utilised as a companion for someone who is planning to read through Acts, as is stated in the introduction. It’s not a book to pick up and flick through on its own. The new website accompanying this book isn’t finished at the time of writing this review, however I’m sure that Kevin DeYoung’s sermons will add another layer, as the book is really Chris Ranson’s picturised notes of Kevin’s sermons. Ideally I would have liked a little bit more text to read, if you use the book having just read Acts it’s hard to know exactly the points Kevin was making.

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