Many of us find it helpful to organize things spatially. When we think about who attended our last family dinner, we close our eyes and visualize the group sitting around the table. When we think about events in another country, most of us visualize a map in order to understand the sequence of events.
In a similar way, when we know the geography of the Holy Land and the eastern Mediterranean Sea we can organize and more clearly understand the events of Scripture. In this program, you will have an opportunity to study a map that identifies several of the references in the Old or New Testament and then take a quick quiz to see how well you remember what you've been studying.
I'm using a method of teaching that you may not be used to. Don't think of the quiz as an event marking the end of your learning. Study the map and take the quiz and then go back to the map and repeat the study and quiz pattern over and over until YOU feel you've learned what you wanted to learn. Don't feel intimidated about taking the quizzes many times over and over. No one else needs to know your score. This to help you learn not to put some meaningless grade in your "permanent record."
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