A very visual and engaging introduction to the Bible and Christianity for those who are curious but may think them too hard to understand. MOOK(=Magazine+bOOK) is a book in a magazine-like layout with abundant photos and illustrations, most in color, and easy-to-read language. Part 1 covers many topics: The Bible around the world; Where to find Bible verses in public monuments in Tokyo, and in movies; The number of Christians compared to other religions; What Japanese believe; What Christian funerals are like; The laws of Nature and many mysterious things that may point to a Creator; Bible themes in world literature and Japanese literature (Kenji Miyazawa, Ryunosuke Akutagawa); Japanese culture parallels to the Jewish Tabernacle and customs; End-of-the-world prophecies; Manga (comic book stories) for Isaiah 44, Good Samaritan, and Prodigal Son. Part 2 is about Bible people: Adam, Abraham, Moses to Mary. Part 3 has topics including creation, Noah, ages of the patriarchs, Babel, Trinity, prophecy, miracles, worship, 10 Commandments, Japanese Kirishitan history.