The Photo Companion to the Bible is a unique collection of digital photographs that illustrate the biblical text verse by verse.
- PowerPoint-based resource
- Library of images provides broad selection
- Created by team of professors and scholars
- Organized by chapter and verse
- Each chapter is illustrated by 40–190 photographs
- Photographs of ancient sites, texts, and reliefs relevant to Daniel
- Annotations explaining the image selection and background
- Free lifetime updates
- Generous copyright permissions
- Satisfaction guaranteed
I highly recommend it . . .
“The Daniel volume in the Photo Companion to the Bible series is simply terrific! These high-quality PowerPoint slides include pictures with descriptions and commentary arranged for a verse-by-verse study of the biblical text. The Photo Companion will make the Bible come alive for your class or church group. I highly recommend it.”
— Stephen R. Miller, Associate Dean of Doctoral Programs and Chairman of the Old Testament and Hebrew Department, Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary; author of Daniel in the New American Commentary series
A spectacular collection . . .
“The multi-volume Photo Companion to the Bible is a spectacular collection of high-resolution PowerPoint photos keyed to passages in the Bible, both Old and New Testaments. The images are arranged by biblical book, chapter-by-chapter. For the book of Daniel, more than 1,000 slides bring to life various aspects of the biblical text, whether historical, cultural, geographical, or archaeological. This resource will add a much-appreciated visual dimension to any presentation on the book of Daniel. Highly recommended!”
— Richard A. Taylor, Senior Professor of Old Testament Studies, Director of the PhD Program, Dallas Theological Seminary
These make the story . . . come alive
“The Photo Companion to Daniel is a unique resource for students, teachers, pastors, and anyone else who is interested in the fascinating and challenging biblical book of Daniel. It contains a rich collection of photos, including many of ancient artifacts, texts, pictures, and archaeological sites from all over the ancient Near East, as well as illustrative modern scenes. These make the story, historical context, and prophecies of the book of Daniel come alive. Even if one does not agree with all aspects of interpretation of Daniel indicated by correlations between photos and explanatory notes, this is not a problem because there are so many other slides from which to choose.”
— Roy E. Gane, Professor of Hebrew Bible and Ancient Near Eastern Languages, Andrews University