For a limited time, Bible Matrix (Kindle edition) is available for 99c on amazon.com
Another review of Bible Matrix on goodreads.com
MICHAEL BULL Bible Matrix I (Google Books preview) Reviews Amazon Bible Matrix II (Google Books preview) Reviews Amazon God’s Kitchen: Theology You Can Eat & Drink (Google Books preview) Amazon Totus Christus: A Biblical Theology of the Whole Christ (A few copies of “review edition” left. Contact author.) Reading the Bible in 3D (eBook – Entry […]
Gede Major from Iowa has posted a couple of favourable reviews on amazon.com
You may have noticed that Bible Matrix II: The Covenant Key, is now available. The link at right is to amazon.com, but it will also be available on amazon.co.uk, thebookdepository.co.uk and other online booksellers. The Kindle version might be a while yet.
Spiritual sight is a gift from God. There are many things that even the greenest Christians somehow sense yet can’t explain. The Spirit guides us into truths even before we can articulate them. Maria, a 77 year old theology warrior on the American Vision forum, writes the following:
Filmmaker Darren Doane (“Collision” www.collisionmovie.com) reviews Mike Bull’s Bible Matrix: An Introduction to the DNA of the Scriptures, and then lets a 12 year old Veritas Hall student explain the basics for the grownups. “We have been using your Bible Matrix book during our time of staff training and it has proven to be a […]
Rick Capezza has reviewed Bible Matrix on amazon.com. The Bible’s Big Picture Oftentimes, I will hear the Bible described as a “manual for living.” Michael Bull paints another picture. In Bible Matrix, he shows the Bible as a work of art, literature, and history.
Jason Twombly has reviewed Bible Matrix on amazon.com and goodreads: Mind blowing! Did you know that Genesis One unlocks the Bible?
Another amazon.com review. A. G. McIntosh writes: Michael Bull draws heavily upon the biblical insights of James Jordan. (This is noted immediately as the book is dedicated to Jordan). This is a very good thing, since Jordan’s studies on literary structures and symbolism in the Bible are crucial for obtaining a consistent interpretative framework of […]
A short review of Bible Matrix by Jared Leonard on goodreads.com…
A seminary student, who has put me through the ringer with some good questions, has reviewed Bible Matrix: In many circles of theological education today, the prevailing notion is that unless you have four PhDs, mastery of 17 languages, and an obsession with every sort of criticism under the sun, there is no way to […]
James B. Jordan on Bible Matrix:
A. T. Ross gave Bible Matrix 4 out of 5 stars on goodreads.com:
A second Bible Matrix review on amazon.com, by Andre Rook: