Who is Jesus? Simple Answers is an interactive eBook developed exclusively for the iPad®. Created by a team that includes Emmy-winning filmmakers and top Bible scholars, Who is Jesus? is a feast for the eyes, ears and mind. It answers the questions you’ve always wondered about in a clear, engaging format that takes full advantage of the iPad’s capability for rich media experiences.
Expand your understanding of Jesus as you experience the story of salvation as told using interactive bible passages, maps, timelines, and video. The teachings of Jesus is presented in an easy-to-read writing style that guides you to consider the role of Jesus in your life.
Parents, start a family conversation on Jesus with this youth-friendly multimedia ebook. Your family will be inspired by the story of salvation through the use of easy to understand writing supported with interactive maps and timelines, links to Bible passages, video clips, a comprehensive glossary and thought-provoking "What About You?" section.
Enliven Bible study sessions with an interactive ebook that appeals to users of all ages. “Who Is Jesus” offers an easy-read introduction to the story of salvation—and supports more advanced study with interactive historical maps, timelines, diagrams and links to key Bible passages.
Introduce students to the story of salvation with this multimedia ebook. Produced by a team of noted Bible scholars and Emmy-winning filmmaker, "Who Is Jesus? Simple Answers" helps open students' minds through the use of the technology they enjoy while enabling a deeper dive into the content using interactive maps, timelines, and Bible passages.
“As we approach Holy Week, what a special gift to share with others. We have true peace of sins forgiven in Jesus…and this eBook will equip Christ-followers with yet another wonderful tool to share Christ with a hurting and broken world. I love that this book honors God with EXCELLENCE. So often, we don't equate “excellence” with “Christian.” This eBook is superb…it’s interactive, current with technology and the way people learn today, etc. Our three kids were huddled around me as we explored this together…”