Friday, February 25, 2011

Bible map Ilustrated, second quadrent

This is the second part of the Bible. Along with the other three parts it makes a larger square with this section in the lower left corner (and corresponds with that quadrant of the Bible map below). it covers the books of Samuel through the first part of Psalms.

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Bible map Ilustrated, first quadrent

This is the first quadrant (upper left) of the Bible map covered in art works from each portion of the Bible it cover Genesis through Ruth. If you have any questions about what different pictures represent or (better) if you have any suggestions for better illustrations of particular parts.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Map of the Bible

This is a map of the Bible similar to XKCD's Map of the internet. The colored line runs from the top left to the top right. (Genesis is the red section at the top left and Revelation is the last section on the top right, each different colored section is a different book) The line follows a Hilbert curve which keeps sections that are consecutive together. The thickest border separates the Old and New testaments. The thinner separations divide the seven major sections of the Bible: Law, History, Poetry, Major Prophets, Minor Prophets, NT History, and Epistles. The thinnest lines separate the epistles into: Paul's letters to churches, Paul's pastoral letters, Hebrews, The general epistles, and Revelation. Thanks to the Bible wheel site for the divisions.