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Prophecy is a topic that s always in vogue and this careful study of the Bible s prophetic passages provides intriguing insights into each one. The affordable and accessible Bible Prophecy Handbook provides 90 brief readings that are clear and easy to digest, describing various evangelical viewpoints on the end times. It also provides practical advice and encouragement for living the Christian life in light of Jesus return. Reviewing relevant passages from the Old Testament books of Ezekiel and Daniel and the New Testament s final Revelation, the Bible Prophecy Handbook is appropriate for personal study or group use.

Prophecy is a topic that s always in vogue and this careful study of the Bible s prophetic passages provides intriguing insights into each one. The affordable and accessible Bible Prophecy Handbook provides 90 brief readings that are clear and easy to digest, describing various evangelical viewpoints on the end times. It also provides practical advice and encouragement for living the Christian life in light of Jesus return. Reviewing relevant passages from the Old Testament books of Ezekiel and Daniel and the New Testament s final Revelation, the Bible Prophecy Handbook is appropriate for personal study or group use.

In the past, study of the Old Testament has been dominated by what is often called the 'historical-critical' method, which was careful analysis of individual books with great emphasis on historical context and concern to isolate what was original and most important. This volume not only retains the values of adopting this traditional approach, but also outlines the alternative understandings of the Old Testament which have gained currency in recent years. Exploring these less conventional ways of looking at the Old Testament, Coggins introduces sociological and anthropological, feminist and liberation perspectives, and literary criticism. In this new edition, Coggins looks again at key issues in the light of recent scholarly developments, addressing contemporary debate on historical questions, radical developments in the field of archaeology, and considering women's readings in a separate chapter. This introductory volume offers students a concise and engaging discussion of the different perspectives available in Old Testament scholarship.

In the past, study of the Old Testament has been dominated by what is often called the 'historical-critical' method, which was careful analysis of individual books with great emphasis on historical context and concern to isolate what was original and most important. This volume not only retains the values of adopting this traditional approach, but also outlines the alternative understandings of the Old Testament which have gained currency in recent years. Exploring these less conventional ways of looking at the Old Testament, Coggins introduces sociological and anthropological, feminist and liberation perspectives, and literary criticism. In this new edition, Coggins looks again at key issues in the light of recent scholarly developments, addressing contemporary debate on historical questions, radical developments in the field of archaeology, and considering women's readings in a separate chapter. This introductory volume offers students a concise and engaging discussion of the different perspectives available in Old Testament scholarship.

This Bible Accessory Kit includes everything you need for your Bible study or personal reflection time…colorful non-bleeding highlighters to mark your favorite passages: a magnifier bookmark for easy reading and to “note” your place; and decorative index tabs to assist you in your Bible navigation…everything you need! Simply add your Bible and spend some time with God. A $22 value Majestic Bible Tabs (Classic design, Old&New Testaments, Catholic books included, Mark You Life Verse tab for your favorite passage) 4 Bible Highlighters (non-bleed dry highlighters in green, blue, pink&yellow) Multi-Purpose BookMark (Magnifier, ruler, highlighting guide, bookmark) Gift-boxed

A fresh, contemporary perspective on the Bible, this is the only Bible storybook that meets the expectations of today's values-oriented parents. It features:Stories of both the men and women of the BibleA comprehensive selection from both the Old and New TestamentsInclusive language for GodOver 570 colorful illustrations brimming with energy and joyFavorite biblical stories, told in an engaging and contemporary wayStories form parts of the Bible often ignored in children's Bibles, such as the prophets, wisdom literature, and letters of the early church

The Apostle's Bible Volume 1 The Old Testament Authorized King James Version With Apocrypha Including Also; The Books of Enoch, Jubilees and Jasher Features; - 55 Old Testament Books! - Editor's Notes - Preface - Introduction to the Holy Bible including; breakdown of Bible versions, Canon Comparison chart,&Definitions of Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha. - Apocrypha Books in their original order IN the Canon! - Including; The Books of Enoch, Jubilees and Jasher! (Easily a 30$ Value in these 3 alone) - Elegant Uniform Formatting blends the Books Seamlessly -8 point type (to squeeze everything into a compact edition of 55 books! ) -806 Pages-60# White Paper for durability (Not that tissue paper Bibles normally have) -10pt stock cover in full-color and laminated for durability.-library-quality paperback -Professional trade paperback binding ensures a book to be proud of.-Opens Flat and stays open Table of Contents Genesis Exodus Leviticus Numbers Deuteronomy Joshua Judges Ruth 1 Samuel 2 Samuel 1 Kings 2 Kings 1 Chronicles 2 Chronicles [Prayer of Manasseh] [1 Esdras] [2 Esdras] Ezra Nehemiah [Tobit] [Judith]†Esther [†with Additional Content] [1 Maccabees] [2 Maccabees] Job † Psalms [† With Psalm 151] Proverbs Ecclesiastes Song of Songs [Wisdom of Solomon] [Ecclesiasticus] *[Psalms of Solomon] (R. Harris 1909) *[Odes of Solomon] (R. Harris 1909) Isaiah Jeremiah Lamentations [Baruch] [Epistle ofJeremiah] Ezekiel †Daniel [†with Additional Content] Hosea Joel Amos Obadiah Jonah Micah Nahum Habakkuk Zephaniah Haggai Zechariah Malachi *[ Enoch I ] (R.H Charles 1917) *[ Jubilees ] (R.H Charles 1917) *[ Jasher ] (J.H. Parry&Co. 1840/1887) Books in the Table of Contents without accompanying brackets or symbols contain the King James Versions of those titles. [Apocrypha] Book Titles presented in the Table of Contents in brackets are considered Apocrypha and are derived from the King James Version Translations of those titles.† [Additional Apocryphal Content] Book Titles presented in the Table of Contents in brackets preceded by the † symbol contain Apocrypha Content, which has been inserted in the text of the (KJV) book according to the descriptions of those texts presented in the Greek Septuagint (LXX) and are derived from the King James Version Translations of those titles. † Esther- in the Septuagint and Apostle's Bible has six extra paragraphs inserted at various places. † Daniel- in the Septuagint and Apostle's Bible has The Story of Susanna inserted at the beginning, the Song of the Three Children inserted in chapter 3, and the story of Bel and the Dragon added to the end. † Psalm 151- Is a careful derivative of the English translations of the psalm of the same number and is unique to the Apostle's Bible. *[Other Apocrypha, or Pseudepigrapha] Book Titles presented in brackets preceded by the * symbol are considered Apocrypha or Pseudepigrapha and are derived from various definitive translations as follows; *Psalms of Solomon- Were given verse numbers and the texts were derived from the J. Rendel Harris, MA. translations. *Odes of Solomon- Were derived from the J. Rendel Harris, MA. translations. *Enoch- Is derived from the R.H. Charles translation of The Book of Enoch (1917) with reworked verse numbers (Usually at sentence beginnings) unique to the Apostle's Bible for a more uniform pattern and more fluent reading experience. *Jubilees- Is derived from the R.H. Charles translation of The Book of Jubilees, or the Little Genesis (1917) and excludes only the [Anno Mundi] date stamps, unique to the Apostle's Bible, for a more uniform pattern and more fluent reading experience. *Jasher- Is derived from the texts of The Book of Jasher Published By J.H. Parry&Company 1887 the Translator of the text is unknown to the editor.

Engaging and accessible to students from all backgrounds, A Brief Introduction to the Old Testament: The Hebrew Bible in Its Context is an updated, concise, and more pedagogical version of Michael D. Coogan's best-selling The Old Testament: A Historical and Literary Introduction to the Hebrew Scriptures (OUP, 2005). Focuses on Historical Content while also Addressing Other Interpretive Approaches Retaining the historical and literary perspective of the longer text, this concise edition is enhanced by two new introductory chapters that provide students with the context necessary to analyze the biblical texts--one on the composition of the Old Testament and one on the history and geography of the ancient Near East and how it influenced the Hebrew Bible. Relying on internal evidence, scholarly consensus, and current research, Coogan deals in detail with ancient Near Eastern sources and archaeological data. He works from a primarily historical and critical methodology but also introduces students to literary analysis and other interpretive strategies. Offering the most balanced and comprehensive introduction available, Coogan examines all the books of the Hebrew Bible and also considers additional writings from the ancient Near East. The Apocryphal / Deuterocanonical books are included in an appendix. A Brief Introduction to the Old Testament: The Hebrew Bible in Its Context is enhanced by: * Chapter introductions connecting each chapter to the preceding material and previewing the material to come * Chapter summaries that highlight key points and link each chapter to the rest of the book * Important terms, boldfaced at their first appearance and defined in a glossary of more than 100 words * Numerous strategically placed text boxes--some new to this concise edition--that offer interesting and useful supplementary information * Timelines, photos, illustrations, maps, and a four-color insert on Jerusalem in biblical times * Review questions, suggestions for further reading, annotated bibliographies at the end of each chapter, and a general bibliography * An Instructor's Manual (in both print and CD formats) and a Companion Website at www.oup.com/us/coogan that contains resources for both students and instructors * A FREE 6-month subscription to Oxford Biblical Studies Online (www.oxfordbiblicalstudies.com)--a $180 value--with the purchase of every new copy of this text! Providing a nondenominational and nondoctrinal treatment, A Brief Introduction to the Old Testament offers a unique and captivating introduction to the Hebrew scriptures themselves and to how they have been--and can be--interpreted.

An exceptional new Bible for children includes 102 favorite stories from the Old and New Testaments, all paraphrased for little ones to comprehend, learn important values from, and enjoy.

The Oxford NRSV Bible offers readers an unbeatable combination of quality construction, affordability, and the most accurate translation of the Bible available today. Churches and homes across America overwhelmingly choose the NRSV for its easy-to-understand translation and its sensitivity to inclusive language. A multi-denominational committee of scholars from around the world based their revision on the original Hebrew, Greek, and Aramaic texts. The Oxford NRSV also includes the most complete collection of Aprocryphal and Deuterocanonical books. The Oxford NRSV follows in Oxford University Press's long tradition of publishing elegant bibles under the best biblical scholarship available in the world, offering the highest quality bibles for reasonable values. Choose from an array of attractive bindings and colors - cloth, fine leather, and economical paperback editions - to suit your needs. Whether for gift-giving, individual study, or for church distribution, this durable yet elegant bible is perfect for any occasion.Features include:* Two column text. * Eight pages of full color New Oxford Bible Maps (except for 9820A) * Ninety-six page, select NRSV Concordance. * Available with and without the Apocrypha

The Ryrie Study Bible is especially designed ho help you study and understand the Bible—the greatest of all books. A comprehensive single source for all Bible study needs, the Ryrie Study Bible includes detailed sections such as:A synopsis of Bible DoctrineThe Inspiration of the BibleUnderstanding the BibleHow We Got the BibleThe Meaning and Blessings of SalvationArchaeology and theBibleA Brief Survey of Church History.Dr. Ryrie's years of study, teaching and writing make him exceptionally qualified to enable an understanding of the fundamental truths of Scripture.Other features include:10,000 Concise Explanatory Notes, in text graphics including maps, charts, timelines and diagramsComprehensive book outlines in easy to read formatExpanded topical indexWide margins for better note takingExtensive cross referencesDetailed introduction to each bookIntroduction to the Old and New Testaments and GospelsComprehensive concordance16 full-color maps8-page historical timelineDaily bible reading planWords of Christ in redPresentation pageTwo-column formatComplete NAS BiblePresentation pageGold page edgesRibbon marker9-point text size9.50 x 7.00 x 1.50Free Bible Study Software access code for included (over $400 value)—Ideal bible software programs for pastors, teachers, professors, students, bible study leaders and anyone who desires to know God and His Word more intimately. This hand-picked library was designed by Moody Publishers and WORDsearch as the companion to the Ryrie Study Bible.

The Oxford NRSV Bible offers readers an unbeatable combination of quality construction, affordability, and the most accurate translation of the Bible available today. Churches and homes across America overwhelmingly choose the NRSV for its easy-to-understand translation and its sensitivity to inclusive language. A multi-denominational committee of scholars from around the world based their revision on the original Hebrew, Greek, and Aramaic texts. The Oxford NRSV also includes the most complete collection of Aprocryphal and Deuterocanonical books. The Oxford NRSV follows in Oxford University Press's long tradition of publishing elegant bibles under the best biblical scholarship available in the world, offering the highest quality bibles for reasonable values. Choose from an array of attractive bindings and colors - cloth, fine leather, and economical paperback editions - to suit your needs. Whether for gift-giving, individual study, or for church distribution, this durable yet elegant bible is perfect for any occasion.Features include:* Two column text. * Eight pages of full color New Oxford Bible Maps (except for 9820A) * Ninety-six page, select NRSV Concordance. * Available with and without the Apocrypha

The Ryrie Study Bible is especially designed ho help you study and understand the Bible—the greatest of all books. A comprehensive single source for all Bible study needs, the Ryrie Study Bible includes detailed sections such as:A synopsis of Bible DoctrineThe Inspiration of the BibleUnderstanding the BibleHow We Got the BibleThe Meaning and Blessings of SalvationArchaeology and theBibleA Brief Survey of Church History.Dr. Ryrie's years of study, teaching and writing make him exceptionally qualified to enable an understanding of the fundamental truths of Scripture.Other features include:10,000 Concise Explanatory Notes, in text graphics including maps, charts, timelines and diagramsComprehensive book outlines in easy to read formatExpanded topical indexWide margins for better note takingExtensive cross referencesDetailed introduction to each bookIntroduction to the Old and New Testaments and GospelsComprehensive concordance16 full-color maps8-page historical timelineDaily bible reading planWords of Jesus in redPresentation pageTwo-column formatComplete NAS BiblePresentation pageGold page edgesRibbon marker9-point text size9.50 x 7.00 x 1.50Free Bible Study Software access code for included (over $400 value)—Ideal bible software programs for pastors, teachers, professors, students, bible study leaders and anyone who desires to know God and His Word more intimately. This hand-picked library was designed by Moody Publishers and WORDsearch as the companion to the Ryrie Study Bible.

The New Testament Scriptures will never be properly understood by a person if the Old Testament Scriptures essentially remain a mystery to him, says Paul Benware. Most Christians do not have a clear understanding of the pattern, unity, or progression of the Old Testament. They can tell stories of Moses, Noah, and David but aren't sure how all these events fit together. And they don't fully appreciate the doctrines found in the thirty-nine books between Genesis and Malachi. But the Old Testament does not have to be mysterious or confusing.Newly revised, Dr. Benware offers a chronological approach to give you a bird's-eye view of the historic value of the Old Testament, while his book-by-book analysis reveals important details and emphases.If you want a better understanding of the whole Bible, Survey of the Old Testament is the place to start.

Engaging and accessible to students from all backgrounds, A Brief Introduction to the Old Testament: The Hebrew Bible in Its Context, Second Edition, is an updated, concise, and more pedagogical version of Michael D. Coogan's best-selling The Old Testament: A Historical and Literary Introduction to the Hebrew Scriptures, Second Edition (OUP, 2010). Coogan works primarily from a historical and critical methodology but also introduces students to literary analysis and other interpretive strategies. He examines all the books of the Hebrew Bible and considers additional writings from the ancient Near East. The Apocryphal / Deuterocanonical books are included in an appendix. Providing a nondenominational and nondoctrinal treatment, this text offers a unique and captivating introduction to the Hebrew scriptures themselves and to how they have been--and can be--interpreted.PEDAGOGICAL FEATURES:* Chapter introductions connecting each chapter to the preceding material and previewing the material to come* Chapter summaries that highlight key points and link each chapter to the rest of the book* Important terms, boldfaced at their first appearance and defined in the glossary* Numerous strategically placed text boxes that offer interesting and useful supplementary information* Timelines, photos, illustrations, maps, and a four-color insert on Jerusalem in biblical times* Review questions, suggestions for further reading, a general bibliography, and annotated bibliographies at the end of each chapter* A FREE 6-month subscription to Oxford Biblical Studies Online (www.oxfordbiblicalstudies.com)--a $180 value--with the purchase of every new copy of this text. Please contact your Oxford University Press Sales Representative at 800.280.0280 for details.NEW TO THIS EDITION:* Fully revised for even easier readability, with additional coverage of such compelling topics as levirate marriage--in which the brother of a deceased man is obligated to marry his brother's widow--the law of talion (an eye for an eye), and traditionally pure and impure foods* Three new text boxes: Myth and the Bible, 'God' and the Lord (God), and The Judges of Israel in the Book of Judges* Ten new or revised illustrations and maps* Expanded and improved glossary and timelines* Thoroughly updated general and chapter bibliographies* A new table in the appendix depicting the modern equivalents for biblical weights and measures* A fully updated Instructor's Resource CD featuring a test bank of multiple-choice questions, chapter summaries, essay questions, Powerpoint-based lecture outlines, suggested readings, a glossary, and downloadable PDF files of maps from the book* An updated Companion Website at www.oup.com/us/coogan containing all of the material from the Instructor's Manual along with student resources including self-quizzes, a glossary, maps, and relevant links

What is the purpose of life? The preacher in Ecclesiastes, just like so many today, was in search of life's meaning. Like us he looks through his limited worldview and all he finds is vanity. Pure emptiness. We are in search for something which will have eternal value. To find it, we need to look beyond ourselves. This is what the preacher discovers: that man is powerless, yet God has a design and purpose for all things. He is the giver of all life and gives all life its meaning. In this book we are given clear teaching about the doctrine of God as well as the doctrines of mankind, salvation and future judgment. We find that God is the giver, sustainer and purpose of our life on this earth and in eternity to come.

The Holy Bible for Little Hearts and Hands is a full-text compact-size Bible that delivers excellent value at an economical price point. Perfect for gift giving (i.e. baby shower, birthday, baptism, dedication, etc.), this Bible introduces very young children to the Scriptures. They won’t be able to read it themselves, but they will enjoy looking at the 4-color illustrations and having their very own “real” Bible to carry to church. This Bible will grow with children, and the tip-in art (two 16-page sections—one for the Old Testament and one for the New Testament) will continue to appeal to them as they enter the early reader stage. Select from either pink or blue. Includes a 4-color presentation page and features a durable glossy laminated cover.

This book is a collection of essays on purificaton and atonement in the Hebrew Bible that provides new insights into the discussion of these ideas by looking at the values of sociological and anthropological approaches to the topics. The collection also examines multivalence and polyvalence in ritual and asks towhat extent it is possible to speak of the function or meaning of ritual, even within the highly systematic priestly texts.

The Holy Bible for Little Hearts and Hands is a full-text compact-size Bible that delivers excellent value at an economical price point. Perfect for gift giving (i.e. baby shower, birthday, baptism, dedication, etc.), this Bible introduces very young children to the Scriptures. They won’t be able to read it themselves, but they will enjoy looking at the 4-color illustrations and having their very own “real” Bible to carry to church. This Bible will grow with children, and the tip-in art (two 16-page sections—one for the Old Testament and one for the New Testament) will continue to appeal to them as they enter the early reader stage. Select from either pink or blue. Includes a 4-color presentation page and features a durable glossy laminated cover.

Hands-On Bible Explorations is a terrific collection of 52 activities and crafts for kids—one for each week of the year.  The book includes favorite stories and parables from the Old and New Testaments, chapters on important Christian Values, and fun projects that make the lessons of the Bible entertaining and easy to understand.   You’ll learn about the Ten Commandments, the Christmas story, the boy with loaves and fish, the greatest gift, the importance of friendship, and many more parts of the Bible as you do the fun activities.

This volume follows the general pattern of the series, opening with a discussion of content, of authorship, and of the way the collection came to be put together, followed by a psalm-by-psalm presentation of the New English Bible text with commentary. Dr Rogerson and Dr McKay stress the richness and variety of the material in the Psalms, and provide an analytical table of the predominant themes. They discuss the literary characteristics of Hebrew poetry with special reference to devices such as the acrostic, and examine the problems faced by the New English Bible translators. Over the years many different approaches have been made to the interpretation of the Psalms. The authors characterize these as the spiritual, the historical, the form-critical and the cultic approaches, and their own commentary strikes an effective balance between them. One of their primary purposes is to bring out the religious teaching that is of permanent value within the Psalms.

The NABRE Large Print Edition is a convenient, large font version of Oxford's popular Catholic Bible. This black genuine leather edition is printed on smooth, durable paper in a clear typeface and easy-to-navigate format. Durable binding, readable type, and affordable value make this a perfect edition for anyone needing a large print version of the NABRE, whether for public reading or personal devotions. Also available in tan/blue pacific duvelle and paperback. The New American Bible Revised Edition (NABRE) brings to culmination the work of nearly 100 scholars, including translators, editors, and a subcommittee of Catholic bishops who provided extensive review of the biblical text over a period of many years. The NABRE is the first major amendment to the New American Bible translation since 1991. Features 12-point type ideal for public or personal readingThe first update of the Old Testament since 1970, taking into account recent archaeological and textual discoveries.Complete revision of the Psalter.Translators' notes and references are positioned at the back of each book for ease of reading the Scripture textDogmatic Constitution on Divine RevelationBookl introductions and study notesIn-text section headingsPresentation pageGold page edgesThumb-indexedRibbon marker9.75 x 6.50 x 1.50Note: This Bible does not contain the Table of Weekday and Sunday Lectionary Readings as indicated on its box.

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Prophecy is a topic that s always in vogue and this careful study of the Bible s prophetic passages provides intriguing insights into each one. The affordable and accessible Bible Prophecy Handbook provides 90 brief readings that are clear and easy to digest, describing various evangelical viewpoints on the end times. It also provides practical advice and encouragement for living the Christian life in light of Jesus return. Reviewing relevant passages from the Old Testament books of Ezekiel and Daniel and the New Testament s final Revelation, the Bible Prophecy Handbook is appropriate for personal study or group use.

Prophecy is a topic that s always in vogue and this careful study of the Bible s prophetic passages provides intriguing insights into each one. The affordable and accessible Bible Prophecy Handbook provides 90 brief readings that are clear and easy to digest, describing various evangelical viewpoints on the end times. It also provides practical advice and encouragement for living the Christian life in light of Jesus return. Reviewing relevant passages from the Old Testament books of Ezekiel and Daniel and the New Testament s final Revelation, the Bible Prophecy Handbook is appropriate for personal study or group use.

In the past, study of the Old Testament has been dominated by what is often called the 'historical-critical' method, which was careful analysis of individual books with great emphasis on historical context and concern to isolate what was original and most important. This volume not only retains the values of adopting this traditional approach, but also outlines the alternative understandings of the Old Testament which have gained currency in recent years. Exploring these less conventional ways of looking at the Old Testament, Coggins introduces sociological and anthropological, feminist and liberation perspectives, and literary criticism. In this new edition, Coggins looks again at key issues in the light of recent scholarly developments, addressing contemporary debate on historical questions, radical developments in the field of archaeology, and considering women's readings in a separate chapter. This introductory volume offers students a concise and engaging discussion of the different perspectives available in Old Testament scholarship.

In the past, study of the Old Testament has been dominated by what is often called the 'historical-critical' method, which was careful analysis of individual books with great emphasis on historical context and concern to isolate what was original and most important. This volume not only retains the values of adopting this traditional approach, but also outlines the alternative understandings of the Old Testament which have gained currency in recent years. Exploring these less conventional ways of looking at the Old Testament, Coggins introduces sociological and anthropological, feminist and liberation perspectives, and literary criticism. In this new edition, Coggins looks again at key issues in the light of recent scholarly developments, addressing contemporary debate on historical questions, radical developments in the field of archaeology, and considering women's readings in a separate chapter. This introductory volume offers students a concise and engaging discussion of the different perspectives available in Old Testament scholarship.

This Bible Accessory Kit includes everything you need for your Bible study or personal reflection time…colorful non-bleeding highlighters to mark your favorite passages: a magnifier bookmark for easy reading and to “note” your place; and decorative index tabs to assist you in your Bible navigation…everything you need! Simply add your Bible and spend some time with God. A $22 value Majestic Bible Tabs (Classic design, Old&New Testaments, Catholic books included, Mark You Life Verse tab for your favorite passage) 4 Bible Highlighters (non-bleed dry highlighters in green, blue, pink&yellow) Multi-Purpose BookMark (Magnifier, ruler, highlighting guide, bookmark) Gift-boxed

A fresh, contemporary perspective on the Bible, this is the only Bible storybook that meets the expectations of today's values-oriented parents. It features:Stories of both the men and women of the BibleA comprehensive selection from both the Old and New TestamentsInclusive language for GodOver 570 colorful illustrations brimming with energy and joyFavorite biblical stories, told in an engaging and contemporary wayStories form parts of the Bible often ignored in children's Bibles, such as the prophets, wisdom literature, and letters of the early church

The Apostle's Bible Volume 1 The Old Testament Authorized King James Version With Apocrypha Including Also; The Books of Enoch, Jubilees and Jasher Features; - 55 Old Testament Books! - Editor's Notes - Preface - Introduction to the Holy Bible including; breakdown of Bible versions, Canon Comparison chart,&Definitions of Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha. - Apocrypha Books in their original order IN the Canon! - Including; The Books of Enoch, Jubilees and Jasher! (Easily a 30$ Value in these 3 alone) - Elegant Uniform Formatting blends the Books Seamlessly -8 point type (to squeeze everything into a compact edition of 55 books! ) -806 Pages-60# White Paper for durability (Not that tissue paper Bibles normally have) -10pt stock cover in full-color and laminated for durability.-library-quality paperback -Professional trade paperback binding ensures a book to be proud of.-Opens Flat and stays open Table of Contents Genesis Exodus Leviticus Numbers Deuteronomy Joshua Judges Ruth 1 Samuel 2 Samuel 1 Kings 2 Kings 1 Chronicles 2 Chronicles [Prayer of Manasseh] [1 Esdras] [2 Esdras] Ezra Nehemiah [Tobit] [Judith]†Esther [†with Additional Content] [1 Maccabees] [2 Maccabees] Job † Psalms [† With Psalm 151] Proverbs Ecclesiastes Song of Songs [Wisdom of Solomon] [Ecclesiasticus] *[Psalms of Solomon] (R. Harris 1909) *[Odes of Solomon] (R. Harris 1909) Isaiah Jeremiah Lamentations [Baruch] [Epistle ofJeremiah] Ezekiel †Daniel [†with Additional Content] Hosea Joel Amos Obadiah Jonah Micah Nahum Habakkuk Zephaniah Haggai Zechariah Malachi *[ Enoch I ] (R.H Charles 1917) *[ Jubilees ] (R.H Charles 1917) *[ Jasher ] (J.H. Parry&Co. 1840/1887) Books in the Table of Contents without accompanying brackets or symbols contain the King James Versions of those titles. [Apocrypha] Book Titles presented in the Table of Contents in brackets are considered Apocrypha and are derived from the King James Version Translations of those titles.† [Additional Apocryphal Content] Book Titles presented in the Table of Contents in brackets preceded by the † symbol contain Apocrypha Content, which has been inserted in the text of the (KJV) book according to the descriptions of those texts presented in the Greek Septuagint (LXX) and are derived from the King James Version Translations of those titles. † Esther- in the Septuagint and Apostle's Bible has six extra paragraphs inserted at various places. † Daniel- in the Septuagint and Apostle's Bible has The Story of Susanna inserted at the beginning, the Song of the Three Children inserted in chapter 3, and the story of Bel and the Dragon added to the end. † Psalm 151- Is a careful derivative of the English translations of the psalm of the same number and is unique to the Apostle's Bible. *[Other Apocrypha, or Pseudepigrapha] Book Titles presented in brackets preceded by the * symbol are considered Apocrypha or Pseudepigrapha and are derived from various definitive translations as follows; *Psalms of Solomon- Were given verse numbers and the texts were derived from the J. Rendel Harris, MA. translations. *Odes of Solomon- Were derived from the J. Rendel Harris, MA. translations. *Enoch- Is derived from the R.H. Charles translation of The Book of Enoch (1917) with reworked verse numbers (Usually at sentence beginnings) unique to the Apostle's Bible for a more uniform pattern and more fluent reading experience. *Jubilees- Is derived from the R.H. Charles translation of The Book of Jubilees, or the Little Genesis (1917) and excludes only the [Anno Mundi] date stamps, unique to the Apostle's Bible, for a more uniform pattern and more fluent reading experience. *Jasher- Is derived from the texts of The Book of Jasher Published By J.H. Parry&Company 1887 the Translator of the text is unknown to the editor.

Engaging and accessible to students from all backgrounds, A Brief Introduction to the Old Testament: The Hebrew Bible in Its Context is an updated, concise, and more pedagogical version of Michael D. Coogan's best-selling The Old Testament: A Historical and Literary Introduction to the Hebrew Scriptures (OUP, 2005). Focuses on Historical Content while also Addressing Other Interpretive Approaches Retaining the historical and literary perspective of the longer text, this concise edition is enhanced by two new introductory chapters that provide students with the context necessary to analyze the biblical texts--one on the composition of the Old Testament and one on the history and geography of the ancient Near East and how it influenced the Hebrew Bible. Relying on internal evidence, scholarly consensus, and current research, Coogan deals in detail with ancient Near Eastern sources and archaeological data. He works from a primarily historical and critical methodology but also introduces students to literary analysis and other interpretive strategies. Offering the most balanced and comprehensive introduction available, Coogan examines all the books of the Hebrew Bible and also considers additional writings from the ancient Near East. The Apocryphal / Deuterocanonical books are included in an appendix. A Brief Introduction to the Old Testament: The Hebrew Bible in Its Context is enhanced by: * Chapter introductions connecting each chapter to the preceding material and previewing the material to come * Chapter summaries that highlight key points and link each chapter to the rest of the book * Important terms, boldfaced at their first appearance and defined in a glossary of more than 100 words * Numerous strategically placed text boxes--some new to this concise edition--that offer interesting and useful supplementary information * Timelines, photos, illustrations, maps, and a four-color insert on Jerusalem in biblical times * Review questions, suggestions for further reading, annotated bibliographies at the end of each chapter, and a general bibliography * An Instructor's Manual (in both print and CD formats) and a Companion Website at www.oup.com/us/coogan that contains resources for both students and instructors * A FREE 6-month subscription to Oxford Biblical Studies Online (www.oxfordbiblicalstudies.com)--a $180 value--with the purchase of every new copy of this text! Providing a nondenominational and nondoctrinal treatment, A Brief Introduction to the Old Testament offers a unique and captivating introduction to the Hebrew scriptures themselves and to how they have been--and can be--interpreted.

An exceptional new Bible for children includes 102 favorite stories from the Old and New Testaments, all paraphrased for little ones to comprehend, learn important values from, and enjoy.

The Oxford NRSV Bible offers readers an unbeatable combination of quality construction, affordability, and the most accurate translation of the Bible available today. Churches and homes across America overwhelmingly choose the NRSV for its easy-to-understand translation and its sensitivity to inclusive language. A multi-denominational committee of scholars from around the world based their revision on the original Hebrew, Greek, and Aramaic texts. The Oxford NRSV also includes the most complete collection of Aprocryphal and Deuterocanonical books. The Oxford NRSV follows in Oxford University Press's long tradition of publishing elegant bibles under the best biblical scholarship available in the world, offering the highest quality bibles for reasonable values. Choose from an array of attractive bindings and colors - cloth, fine leather, and economical paperback editions - to suit your needs. Whether for gift-giving, individual study, or for church distribution, this durable yet elegant bible is perfect for any occasion.Features include:* Two column text. * Eight pages of full color New Oxford Bible Maps (except for 9820A) * Ninety-six page, select NRSV Concordance. * Available with and without the Apocrypha

The Ryrie Study Bible is especially designed ho help you study and understand the Bible—the greatest of all books. A comprehensive single source for all Bible study needs, the Ryrie Study Bible includes detailed sections such as:A synopsis of Bible DoctrineThe Inspiration of the BibleUnderstanding the BibleHow We Got the BibleThe Meaning and Blessings of SalvationArchaeology and theBibleA Brief Survey of Church History.Dr. Ryrie's years of study, teaching and writing make him exceptionally qualified to enable an understanding of the fundamental truths of Scripture.Other features include:10,000 Concise Explanatory Notes, in text graphics including maps, charts, timelines and diagramsComprehensive book outlines in easy to read formatExpanded topical indexWide margins for better note takingExtensive cross referencesDetailed introduction to each bookIntroduction to the Old and New Testaments and GospelsComprehensive concordance16 full-color maps8-page historical timelineDaily bible reading planWords of Christ in redPresentation pageTwo-column formatComplete NAS BiblePresentation pageGold page edgesRibbon marker9-point text size9.50 x 7.00 x 1.50Free Bible Study Software access code for included (over $400 value)—Ideal bible software programs for pastors, teachers, professors, students, bible study leaders and anyone who desires to know God and His Word more intimately. This hand-picked library was designed by Moody Publishers and WORDsearch as the companion to the Ryrie Study Bible.

The Oxford NRSV Bible offers readers an unbeatable combination of quality construction, affordability, and the most accurate translation of the Bible available today. Churches and homes across America overwhelmingly choose the NRSV for its easy-to-understand translation and its sensitivity to inclusive language. A multi-denominational committee of scholars from around the world based their revision on the original Hebrew, Greek, and Aramaic texts. The Oxford NRSV also includes the most complete collection of Aprocryphal and Deuterocanonical books. The Oxford NRSV follows in Oxford University Press's long tradition of publishing elegant bibles under the best biblical scholarship available in the world, offering the highest quality bibles for reasonable values. Choose from an array of attractive bindings and colors - cloth, fine leather, and economical paperback editions - to suit your needs. Whether for gift-giving, individual study, or for church distribution, this durable yet elegant bible is perfect for any occasion.Features include:* Two column text. * Eight pages of full color New Oxford Bible Maps (except for 9820A) * Ninety-six page, select NRSV Concordance. * Available with and without the Apocrypha

The Ryrie Study Bible is especially designed ho help you study and understand the Bible—the greatest of all books. A comprehensive single source for all Bible study needs, the Ryrie Study Bible includes detailed sections such as:A synopsis of Bible DoctrineThe Inspiration of the BibleUnderstanding the BibleHow We Got the BibleThe Meaning and Blessings of SalvationArchaeology and theBibleA Brief Survey of Church History.Dr. Ryrie's years of study, teaching and writing make him exceptionally qualified to enable an understanding of the fundamental truths of Scripture.Other features include:10,000 Concise Explanatory Notes, in text graphics including maps, charts, timelines and diagramsComprehensive book outlines in easy to read formatExpanded topical indexWide margins for better note takingExtensive cross referencesDetailed introduction to each bookIntroduction to the Old and New Testaments and GospelsComprehensive concordance16 full-color maps8-page historical timelineDaily bible reading planWords of Jesus in redPresentation pageTwo-column formatComplete NAS BiblePresentation pageGold page edgesRibbon marker9-point text size9.50 x 7.00 x 1.50Free Bible Study Software access code for included (over $400 value)—Ideal bible software programs for pastors, teachers, professors, students, bible study leaders and anyone who desires to know God and His Word more intimately. This hand-picked library was designed by Moody Publishers and WORDsearch as the companion to the Ryrie Study Bible.

The New Testament Scriptures will never be properly understood by a person if the Old Testament Scriptures essentially remain a mystery to him, says Paul Benware. Most Christians do not have a clear understanding of the pattern, unity, or progression of the Old Testament. They can tell stories of Moses, Noah, and David but aren't sure how all these events fit together. And they don't fully appreciate the doctrines found in the thirty-nine books between Genesis and Malachi. But the Old Testament does not have to be mysterious or confusing.Newly revised, Dr. Benware offers a chronological approach to give you a bird's-eye view of the historic value of the Old Testament, while his book-by-book analysis reveals important details and emphases.If you want a better understanding of the whole Bible, Survey of the Old Testament is the place to start.

Engaging and accessible to students from all backgrounds, A Brief Introduction to the Old Testament: The Hebrew Bible in Its Context, Second Edition, is an updated, concise, and more pedagogical version of Michael D. Coogan's best-selling The Old Testament: A Historical and Literary Introduction to the Hebrew Scriptures, Second Edition (OUP, 2010). Coogan works primarily from a historical and critical methodology but also introduces students to literary analysis and other interpretive strategies. He examines all the books of the Hebrew Bible and considers additional writings from the ancient Near East. The Apocryphal / Deuterocanonical books are included in an appendix. Providing a nondenominational and nondoctrinal treatment, this text offers a unique and captivating introduction to the Hebrew scriptures themselves and to how they have been--and can be--interpreted.PEDAGOGICAL FEATURES:* Chapter introductions connecting each chapter to the preceding material and previewing the material to come* Chapter summaries that highlight key points and link each chapter to the rest of the book* Important terms, boldfaced at their first appearance and defined in the glossary* Numerous strategically placed text boxes that offer interesting and useful supplementary information* Timelines, photos, illustrations, maps, and a four-color insert on Jerusalem in biblical times* Review questions, suggestions for further reading, a general bibliography, and annotated bibliographies at the end of each chapter* A FREE 6-month subscription to Oxford Biblical Studies Online (www.oxfordbiblicalstudies.com)--a $180 value--with the purchase of every new copy of this text. Please contact your Oxford University Press Sales Representative at 800.280.0280 for details.NEW TO THIS EDITION:* Fully revised for even easier readability, with additional coverage of such compelling topics as levirate marriage--in which the brother of a deceased man is obligated to marry his brother's widow--the law of talion (an eye for an eye), and traditionally pure and impure foods* Three new text boxes: Myth and the Bible, 'God' and the Lord (God), and The Judges of Israel in the Book of Judges* Ten new or revised illustrations and maps* Expanded and improved glossary and timelines* Thoroughly updated general and chapter bibliographies* A new table in the appendix depicting the modern equivalents for biblical weights and measures* A fully updated Instructor's Resource CD featuring a test bank of multiple-choice questions, chapter summaries, essay questions, Powerpoint-based lecture outlines, suggested readings, a glossary, and downloadable PDF files of maps from the book* An updated Companion Website at www.oup.com/us/coogan containing all of the material from the Instructor's Manual along with student resources including self-quizzes, a glossary, maps, and relevant links

What is the purpose of life? The preacher in Ecclesiastes, just like so many today, was in search of life's meaning. Like us he looks through his limited worldview and all he finds is vanity. Pure emptiness. We are in search for something which will have eternal value. To find it, we need to look beyond ourselves. This is what the preacher discovers: that man is powerless, yet God has a design and purpose for all things. He is the giver of all life and gives all life its meaning. In this book we are given clear teaching about the doctrine of God as well as the doctrines of mankind, salvation and future judgment. We find that God is the giver, sustainer and purpose of our life on this earth and in eternity to come.

The Holy Bible for Little Hearts and Hands is a full-text compact-size Bible that delivers excellent value at an economical price point. Perfect for gift giving (i.e. baby shower, birthday, baptism, dedication, etc.), this Bible introduces very young children to the Scriptures. They won’t be able to read it themselves, but they will enjoy looking at the 4-color illustrations and having their very own “real” Bible to carry to church. This Bible will grow with children, and the tip-in art (two 16-page sections—one for the Old Testament and one for the New Testament) will continue to appeal to them as they enter the early reader stage. Select from either pink or blue. Includes a 4-color presentation page and features a durable glossy laminated cover.

This book is a collection of essays on purificaton and atonement in the Hebrew Bible that provides new insights into the discussion of these ideas by looking at the values of sociological and anthropological approaches to the topics. The collection also examines multivalence and polyvalence in ritual and asks towhat extent it is possible to speak of the function or meaning of ritual, even within the highly systematic priestly texts.

The Holy Bible for Little Hearts and Hands is a full-text compact-size Bible that delivers excellent value at an economical price point. Perfect for gift giving (i.e. baby shower, birthday, baptism, dedication, etc.), this Bible introduces very young children to the Scriptures. They won’t be able to read it themselves, but they will enjoy looking at the 4-color illustrations and having their very own “real” Bible to carry to church. This Bible will grow with children, and the tip-in art (two 16-page sections—one for the Old Testament and one for the New Testament) will continue to appeal to them as they enter the early reader stage. Select from either pink or blue. Includes a 4-color presentation page and features a durable glossy laminated cover.

Hands-On Bible Explorations is a terrific collection of 52 activities and crafts for kids—one for each week of the year.  The book includes favorite stories and parables from the Old and New Testaments, chapters on important Christian Values, and fun projects that make the lessons of the Bible entertaining and easy to understand.   You’ll learn about the Ten Commandments, the Christmas story, the boy with loaves and fish, the greatest gift, the importance of friendship, and many more parts of the Bible as you do the fun activities.

This volume follows the general pattern of the series, opening with a discussion of content, of authorship, and of the way the collection came to be put together, followed by a psalm-by-psalm presentation of the New English Bible text with commentary. Dr Rogerson and Dr McKay stress the richness and variety of the material in the Psalms, and provide an analytical table of the predominant themes. They discuss the literary characteristics of Hebrew poetry with special reference to devices such as the acrostic, and examine the problems faced by the New English Bible translators. Over the years many different approaches have been made to the interpretation of the Psalms. The authors characterize these as the spiritual, the historical, the form-critical and the cultic approaches, and their own commentary strikes an effective balance between them. One of their primary purposes is to bring out the religious teaching that is of permanent value within the Psalms.

The NABRE Large Print Edition is a convenient, large font version of Oxford's popular Catholic Bible. This black genuine leather edition is printed on smooth, durable paper in a clear typeface and easy-to-navigate format. Durable binding, readable type, and affordable value make this a perfect edition for anyone needing a large print version of the NABRE, whether for public reading or personal devotions. Also available in tan/blue pacific duvelle and paperback. The New American Bible Revised Edition (NABRE) brings to culmination the work of nearly 100 scholars, including translators, editors, and a subcommittee of Catholic bishops who provided extensive review of the biblical text over a period of many years. The NABRE is the first major amendment to the New American Bible translation since 1991. Features 12-point type ideal for public or personal readingThe first update of the Old Testament since 1970, taking into account recent archaeological and textual discoveries.Complete revision of the Psalter.Translators' notes and references are positioned at the back of each book for ease of reading the Scripture textDogmatic Constitution on Divine RevelationBookl introductions and study notesIn-text section headingsPresentation pageGold page edgesThumb-indexedRibbon marker9.75 x 6.50 x 1.50Note: This Bible does not contain the Table of Weekday and Sunday Lectionary Readings as indicated on its box.

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