Structural chapter reading chart: The New Testament
This reading chart not only helps you track your progress as you read the New Testament; it also helps you learn how the books are arranged, their major and minor subdivisions, as well as their internal storylines that are not always explicitly explained in the text itself. Now you can spend less time orienting yourself and more time gaining insights.
Structural chapter reading chart: The Book of Mormon
This chart helps you track your reading progress in the Book of Mormon by showing the structure of its storyline. It shows the natural major and minor subdivisions of books so that you spend less time orienting yourself and more time gaining insights.
“The course of our lives is seldom determined by great, life-altering decisions. Our direction is often set by the small, day-to-day choices that chart the track on which we run. This is the substance of our lives—making choices.” –Gordon B. Hinckley http://facebook.com/242634619088155 (from his book ‘Stand A Little Taller’)
Structural chapter reading chart: The Old Testament, Seminary selected readings
This chart is identical to the structural chapter reading chart for the Old Testament, except I have greyed out many chapters so that only the selected readings from the Seminary Old Testament course are highlighted. I have also added the books of Moses and Abraham. I think Seminary students (and teachers!) would greatly benefit from using a progress-tracking chart like this, because they can learn something about the organization of the books while they read. Becoming oriented is central to…