Thank you for your interest in the Zondervan Atlas of the Bible!
The Zondervan Atlas of the Bible has over one hundred images to bring the biblical world to life with unprecedented clarity. More than one hundred full-color, multidimensional maps trace the progression of Old and New Testament history—a treasure trove of insights for students of the Bible.
In this Help article, we will help you learn how to use the Zondervan Atlas of the Bible for your Bible study.
Open in the Main Window
One way to view the Zondervan Atlas of the Bible is in the main window. This option will allow you to navigate into the Table of Contents for the Zondervan Atlas of the Bible. To access the Table of Contents, tap on the navigation menu.
This will reveal the Table of Contents.
Open in the Parallel Window
Another way to view the Zondervan Atlas of the Bible is in the Parallel tab. This option will allow you to have the maps open side by side with your Bible text.
For this example, I have opened the New King James Version (NKJV) in the main window. You can choose any Bible from your Library.
Next, select the green 'Open Study Center' tab at the bottom of the screen.
Select the Parallel option and tap on the Zondervan Atlas of the Bible in the list of resources.
Tapping the Zondervan Atlas of the Bible from the list will display it side-by-side with the Bible text.
Open in the Resource Guide
You can also have the Resource Guide open in the Study Center alongside your Bible. You’ll see relevant map “hits” from the Zondervan Atlas of the Bible in the Resource Guide that correspond to your location in the main window.
First, open the Study Center by selecting the green 'Open Study Center' tab.
Next, select the 'Resource Guide' tab (lightbulb icon) to make sure you have the Resource Guide open. In the Resource Guide, you’ll see relevant “hits” from your downloaded resources. By scrolling down to the Maps section, you will be able to see all entries in the Zondervan Atlas of the Bible that are related to the text you are viewing in the main window.
To open a map in full screen, tap the Options (three-dot) icon in the upper right corner and select 'Full Screen'.
Ways to Purchase or Subscribe:
You can purchase the Zondervan Atlas of the Bible resource on our website here.
The Zondervan Atlas of the Bible is also included in both our NIV Bible Study Pack and NKJV Bible Study Pack! With a variety of resources, including maps, commentary and more, Study Packs are a great value for just $5.99/month. You can learn more and sign up on our website to start your 14-day free trial.
We hope this article has been helpful for you. If you have any further questions about using your maps, please submit a ticket. We’ll be happy to help you!