To know the God of the universe, you must know His Word. By investing only thirty minutes a day, you can achieve your goal of reading the entire Bible in one year. John Kohlenberger provides a wonderful resource to help you reach that goal. To aid in your progress, "Read Through the Bible in a Year" includes: Brief background information on each bookBooks arranged in general historical and chronological orderA complete reading schedule that allows you to start at any time during the year and continue from that pointTen strategies for first-rate Bible readingA proven method for studying the Bible
Is the bible true. Really?
The Holy Bible
The "Bible Workbook's are a systematic, individual study of the Bible. The student learns by doing; information is given and questions are asked to test their understanding. "Bible Workbook" Volume 2 gives an overview and a book-by-book study of the New Te
To many people, the Bible is a series of incongruous and confusing stories. It jumps from one person or place to the next leaving the reader scrambling to keep up and make sense of it all. That's a tall task. "Epic "provides a big picture view of the Bible to explain how its individual pieces fit together. Is it really possible that the Bible's collection of 66 books actually has a single storyline? Yes The theme of that storyline is redemption and "Epic "traces it from Genesis to Revelation.
From the trivial to the serious, more questions have probably been asked about the Bible than any other book. You can find sound, biblical answers to over 700 of them in this fascinating resource. Working through the Bible book by book, Larry Richards looks at a wide range of perplexing questions on topics ranging from authorship and internal contradictions to scientific error and historical inaccuracy.
The Bible may be the most-purchased book in the world, but it is often the least read and least applied due to a basic lack of understanding and motivation on the part of readers. Read the Bible for Life aims to improve biblical literacy in the culture and the church by simultaneously moving readers toward greater skill in reading the Bible well and toward a deeper commitment to applying Scripture to everyday life.
Tracey Moroney's masterpiece Lift the Flap Bible, now with a refreshed cover, brings 14 beloved Bible stories to life with beautiful illustrations and 40 flapsISBN13: 9780794422783Publisher: Reader's Digest AssociationPublication Year: 2011Format: Board BookPages: 20
How We Got the Bible
Engagement with the Muslim world and Muslim people is inevitable for Christians. After all, Islam is the fastest-growing religion in the United States. But what does the Qur'an really say about things like Jesus, war, and non-Muslims? What does the Bible say on these matters? If Christians are to engage in informed, loving conversation with their Muslim neighbors, they need to be equipped with more than the often-specious talking points they glean from the news or email forwards.
Why do even the sincerest students of God's Word sometimes find it dry or confusing' Too often, Robertson McQuilkin suggest, it's because they don't know how to read it. In his classic introduction to Bible study, McQuilkin shows everyday believers how to navigate the Bible's genres and plumb its thought structures with accuracy, experiencing afresh living encounters with the inspired Word.
Fearless Daughters of the Bible
The Bible is full of leaders, and whether good or bad, each of their stories provide valuable insight into what is needed to be a strong leader."The Good Book on Leadership"examines each of these leaders individually in order to give readers a biblical
The Bible, Disability, and the Church
How to Read the Bible in Changing Times
The Expanded Panorama Bible Study Course
"The Biographical Bible" offers an engaging overview of Scripture through the lens of the fascinating figures who populate its pages. Through insightful reflections on the lives of over eighty individuals, this unique book captures the essence of these co
The Bible has been translated more than any other piece of literature and is currently available in over two thousand languages, with several languages having numerous versions. Outlined here is the development of biblical translation, including a careful
This commentary proceeds unit by unit (not verse by verse) to emphasize what each passage of Matthew means to the author of the Gospel and to the modern church. Douglas Hare shows that the purpose of Matthew's writing is to convince Christians that a g
In this theological exposition of Deuteronomy, Patrick Miller is sensitive to the character of the book as a part of scripture that self-consciously addresses different generations. He discusses the nature and character of the law as revealed in Deuter
Jewish Interpretation of the Bible
The New Manners & Customs of Bible Times
Much of the Old Testament seems strange to contemporary readers. However, as we begin to understand how ancient people viewed the world, the Old Testament becomes more clearly a book that stands within its ancient context as it also speaks against it. John Walton provides here a thoughtful introduction to the conceptual world of the ancient Near East.
In this lively and fresh introduction to the scriptures of ancient Israel (what Christians call the Old Testament and Jews call the Tanakh), two preeminent biblical scholars, Douglas A. Knight and Amy-Jill Levine, combine their passion and expertise to examine not just what the Bible says but what it means. Through their eyes we see anew the Bible's literary brilliance, moral profundity, historical settings, and implications for our faiths and our future.
The Green Bible will equip and encourage you to see God's vision for creation and help you engage in the work of healing and sustaining it. This first Bible of its kind includes inspirational essays from key leaders such as N.T. Wright, Barbara Brown Taylor, Brian McLaren, Matthew Sleeth, Pope John Paul II, and Wendell Berry. As you read the scriptures anew, The Green Bible will help you see that caring for the earth is not only a calling, but a lifestyle.
APPLES TO APPLES, BIBLE EDITION: It's as easy as comparing apples to apples, just open the box, deal the cards, and you're ready to playSelect the card from your hand that you think is best described by a card played by the judgeIf the judge picks your card, you win that roundEveryone gets a chance to be the judge
One of the best ways to get to know God on a deeper level is to know the names and titles both he and his people give to him. Now the bestselling author of "Praying the Names of God" reveals the richness of God's character and love found in his names. The Names of God Bible restores more than 10,000 occurrences of specific names of God-like Yahweh, El Shadday, El Elyon, and Adonay-to help readers Discover the Hebrew names of God within the biblical textUnderstand the meaning and significance of each nameEncounter God in a new way through prayers, promises, and devotional readings Perfect for personal study, prayer, and reflection, "The Names of God Bible "includes these special features more than 10,000 names and titles of God restored to their Hebrew equivalent and printed in brown ink to stand out within the biblical textNames of God Reading Paths lead readers to the next reference of the name so they can pray the names of God throughout ScriptureName Pages feature - background information associated with 68 names and titles of God- key Scripture passages in which the meaning is revealed- devotional readings on each of the featured names- specific Bible promises connected to each of the featured namesintroductions to each book of the Bible highlight the main themes and list the names and titles that appear in that book300 callouts highlight key Scripture for memorization and reflectionCalling God by Name sidebars shed light on the relationship between biblical people and the specific names they called Godtopical prayer guide, pronunciation guide, name index, and Bible reading plans to assist in study Anyone who desires a deeper understanding of God and new insights into the Bible will cherish "The Names of God Bible" as it opens a door into the Hebrew roots of the faith and the Scriptures.
The NRSV XL Extra-Large Type-with Print You Can ReadIf you appreciate easy-to-read print, we invite you to experience the XL Catholic Edition-a beautifully designed and uniquely square-shaped Bible with extra-large type. This Bible allows for easier reading everywhere. Reliable, Durable, and Portable-the New XL Bible Features: The NRSV Catholic Edition text that carries the Catholic imprimaturExtra-large 12-point type in a double-column setting A concordance for finding key versesAnglicized text The New Revised Standard Version (NRSV) Catholic Edition is fully approved for study by Catholics by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and is recognized in many scholarly circles worldwide as the most accurate translation to English from the original Hebrew and Greek texts.
Many current Bible intro volumes focus more on theories about the biblical text than on the text itself. They lack the simplicity that has become increasingly crucial as basic biblical literacy has declined. Robert Kugler and Patrick Hartin seek to remedy that problem by turning readers back to the text at hand. Their Introduction to the Bible surveys the content of all the biblical books, section by section, focusing on the Bibles theological themes.
The Baker Illustrated Bible Handbook
Reading the Hebrew Bible after the Shoah
The Eerdmans Companion to the Bible
Lillian Rose Baby Bible with Cover: This gift set includes both Bible and Bible coverThe Bible cover is white cotton and measures 4" x 6.25"The cover is embroidered with a cross and floral designThe Bible is the New Testament
"More than any other book, the Bible offers an amazing collection of fascinating characters ranging from the holiest of the holy to some of the most depraved scoundrels imaginable. Many are mentioned only in passing, yet history and archaeology can often fill in the blanks and flesh them out as exciting human beings. For this reason we have in many cases been able to tell much more about them than the Bible alone reveals.
As more and more Christians are involved in teaching in their churches, there is a need for an accessible, engaging commentary that can enhance their understanding of Scripture and aid their teaching. The Baker Illustrated Bible Commentary is that resource. This nontechnical, section-by-section commentary on the whole Bible provides reliable and readable interpretations of the Scriptures from forty-two leading evangelical scholars.
The Africana Bible
NKJV Foundation Study Bible
Between 1560 and 1599, The Geneva Bible was providentially unleashed upon a dark, discouraged, downtrodden English speaking world. Just when it looked as if the Machiavellian, Divine Right kings, such as the Tudors of England, were about to drive Christendom back to the days of Caesar worship, a Bible appeared that set the stage for a Christian Reformation of life and culture the likes of which the world had never seen.
Now you can study the Bible with the faculty of the Moody Bible Institute Imagine having a team of 30 Moody Bible Institute professors helping you study the Bible. Now you can with this in-depth, user-friendly, one-volume commentary. General edito
The Bible of the Pilgrims and the Reformation reset in modern typeface, with minimal changes of spelling and pronunciation, and containing all its original margin notes. Researched, compiled, and translated into English by exiled Reformers in Geneva, Switzerland, between 1557 and 1560, the Geneva Bible surely was carried aboard their three ships that sailed from England in December of 1606.
In The Hebrew Bible, Christopher D. Stanley provides a Hebrew Bible textbook admirably suited to college and university courses in religious studies. At once accessible and comprehensive, The Hebrew Bible approaches the Bible through the categories of comparative religion, carefully distinguishing the religion of ancient Israel from the religion represented in the Bible and discussing such dimensions of religion as the role of scripture, symbol and worldview, sacred narrative (myth), ritual and community, and the encounter with the holy.
Study the Bible with one of America s greatest living theologians. Charles Ryrie s life work has been to help people know and understand the Bible a pursuit that has encompassed church ministry, college professorships, and, most notably, his position
NLT Parallel Study Bible
Quest Study Bible
Designed for students undertaking their first systematic study of the Hebrew Bible, this text has two goals: to acquaint readers with the content and major themes of the biblical documents, and to introduce them to issues in biblical scholarship. Pedagogically rich and reader-friendly, this text was designed for conventional introductory courses using historical-critical methodology, and will also be useful in courses studying the Bible as literature, or as a reference text in the study of ancient religion.
Exploring the Bible
Understanding the Bible
The Concord Wide-Margin Edition is extremely popular with KJV Bible scholars. It features wide margins all around the text for verse-by-verse annotations, as well as centre-column cross-references, a glossary, concordance, 15 colour maps and the Translato