Bibles - 2004 - 1560 pages
Once called the original modern-language Bible, Moffatt's translation began the trend of popular English translations geared toward the general Christian reader.
Gordon D. Fee - Religion - 2009 - 448 pages
This book helps people read the Bible as a whole by showing how each book fits into the grand narrative of Scripture.
Priests for Equality - Bibles - 2009 - 808 pages
Not merely replacing male pronouns, the translators have rethought what kind of language has built barriers between the text and its readers.
Bibles - 2004 - 1611 pages
The Bible for every battle every man faces! This is a man’s type of Bible—straight talk about the challenges of life.
Thomas Nelson - Bibles - 1999 - 2208 pages
Features include: Presentation page Comprehensive introductions and outlines for each Book of the Bible Center-column references with explanations of difficult terms Doctrinal footnotes Words of Jesus in red Articles and indexes on how to ...
James I (King of England) - History - 1994 - 329 pages
This edition is the first to draw on all the early texts of James' books, with an introduction setting them in their historical context. James VI and I united the crowns of England and Scotland.
Willis Barnstone, Marvin W. Meyer - Religion - 2005 - 860 pages
The most comprehensive collection of gnostic literature ever published, this volume is the result of a unique collaboration between a renowned poet-translator and a leading scholar of early Christian texts.
Max Lucado - Bibles - 2003 - 1632 pages
Imagine a hope-filled tour of the Bible with the most beloved devotional writer of our time. The Devotional Bible brings together words of encouragement and the gentle wisdom of Max Lucado with the timeless Word of God.
Thomas Nelson - Bibles - 2009 - 2394 pages
The resulting work provides today's Bible reader with an accurate and modern translation of the Scriptures with the stylistic beauty and memorable quality of the King James. Features: Enhanced eBook Navigation NEW!