Bible Learning Charts
These are a great value.
December 10, 2011
Quality was absolutly great.. Love them,
September 22, 2011
Nice weight, clear, vibrant graphics. These are a great value!
March 24, 2014
Great for relgious education programs.
The posters I received were great, they will add ease to teaching the topics during Sunday School.
February 11, 2014
Great product, Excellent for Sunday School
These charts are good quality, clear, colorful, and a great resource for any Sunday School room. I recommend them highly! They are a great reinforcement for memorizing, and to help people of all ages to understand the Bible better.
February 5, 2014
A Little Disappointed
I was excited to see the large box on my porch because it meant the posters I ordered had arrived in good condition. The box was more than large enough to accommodate the posters lying flat. Imagine my surprise and disappointment when I opened the box and saw that each set had been folded and taped, rather than shipped flat! Also, the poster about the men of the Bible has some grammatical errors.
December 6, 2012
Very nice quality print and large cards. They are alot larger than I thought, happy with them.
November 16, 2012
Five out of Six were good.
The learning charts were very colorful and attractive. We were pleased with all of them except the Lord's Prayer. The explanation at the top of the chart about the Lord's Prayer was not doctrinally sound according to our denomination. The chart did not need an explanation. The other charts did not have any. We can not use it unless we cover up the explanation at the top. The chart should have had just the Lord's Prayer printed on it. That is what we thought it would be.
March 20, 2012
A Review for Catholic educators
This review is for Catholic educators/homeschoolers who may be considering buying this set; it is probably not relevant to Evangelicals and other Protestants. Please be advised that: the Books of the Bible poster lists only the 66 books of the Protestant Bible, no Deuterocanonical books (Tobit, Judith, etc.) The Ten Commandments poster uses the typical Protestant numbering system; i.e, the second commandment is "You shall not make any false idols," which we consider part of the first commandment. The Lord's Prayer poster has the "For thine is the kingdom..." doxology at the end that we don't teach children as part of the Our Father. These elements may cause confusion in catechism class so you may want to take them into account. Some also might not like the fact that the Important Bible Figures poster omits the Virgin Mary; in fact it has no women, only men listed: Noah, Abraham, Moses, David, Jesus, Peter and Paul. Here is part of the description of St. Peter: "One of the disciples of Jesus Christ, Peter was an impulsive man, frequently rebuked by Jesus Christ. He denied Jesus after He was captured by the Sanhedrin, but later was empowered by Christ Himself to be one of the most determined defenders of the Christian faith." No mention of him being the prince of the Apostles, let alone the first pope. I provide this information so that Catholic educators can make an informed decision before purchasing this set. Perhaps Oriental Trading could consider publishing a set for Catholics in the future which takes these differences into account.
August 25, 2011
I bought these to use as a visual for my youth group. I think this set contains a wide variety and may be useful.
August 4, 2011