NIV, Student Bible, eBook
Harper Collins, Aug 2, 2011 - Bibles - 1568 pages
"With over six million sold, the classic, best-selling NIV Student Bible has been redesigned and updated, ready to light a spark in the hearts of today’s students. In the Guided Tour, Philip Yancey takes readers on a journey through the Bible, highlighting important passages that show how the Bible is connected from Genesis all the way to Revelation.
As you might suspect, the three most common complaints about Bible reading are: "I can't understand it," "I can't find it," and "It’s too big and intimidating." The NIV Student Bible is specifically designed to help readers overcome these obstacles with the Subject Guide, Highlights and Insights, and 3-Track reading plan.
You’ll find wonderful, insightful contributions from celebrated author, Philip Yancey. Philip serves as editor-at-large for Christianity Today magazine and has thirteen Gold Medallion Award- winning books as well as two ECPA Book of the Year awards for What's So Amazing About Grace? and The Jesus I Never Knew.
This edition includes many features to help you navigate and understand the Scriptures:
The NIV Student Bible is full of valuable lessons for anyone willing to open their heart to God’s truth. Order a copy for you or the student in your life today.
This Bible offers supplemental information on the following topics: Ambition, Assurance of salvation, Comfort, Conversion, Eternal life, Faith, Family, Forgiveness, Guilt, Heaven, Holy Spirit, Joy, Love, Mercy, Money, Peace, Power, Repentance, Salvation, Sex, Success, Temptation, Unity, Will of God, Work, and more"
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I like this edition a lot. I got it for a new believer who needs to have some direction in reading, but will not be using any scholarly tools like concordances or commentaries. The notes add just ... Read full review
Articles and Resources
Genesis Introduction Genesis 1
Exodus Introduction Exodus 1
Introduction Jeremiah 1