The Layman's Parallel Bible: King James Version, New International Version, Living Bible, New Revised Standard Version

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Zondervan, 1991 - Bibles - 3097 pages
The Layman's Parallel Bible provides an easy and convenient method of comparing four major translations--the King James Version, the New International Version, the Living Bible Paraphrase, and the New Revised Standard Version--appearing in parallel columns across a two-page spread.

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For those who appreciate the difficulties and appreciate the value of good translations, nothing quite beats a parallel or side-by-side presentation. Here, we find four "popular" translations of ... Read full review

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I have owned and used this book since 1991. It was useful in that it helped me understand why certain religious doctrine is believed throughout the sects of Christianity. Recommend that the preface to ... Read full review



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