I am often asked “What is your favorite Bible Atlas?” I am happy to share my favorites with you! But first let me say that the best atlas, Bible or otherwise, is the one you will use and become familiar with. We use our atlases daily and each child has their go-to atlas, so we keep them in one convenient location. And we have, well, quite a few atlases as each one has different strengths and weaknesses, and each one is slightly different. Thus we end up with a lot of comparing and contrasting which makes for some rather robust investigations.
Here are my favorites:
1. The maps in the back of our Bibles.
2. The Golden Bible Atlas with Relief Maps in Full Color by Samuel Terrien (it’s living – the text could be read and narrated! I adore the illustrations.)
3. Reader’s Digest Atlas of the Bible (thrift store staple and surprisingly excellent.)