The Expanded Bible: New Testament, eBook

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Thomas Nelson Inc, Aug 10, 2009 - Bibles - 672 pages
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The Expanded Bible: New Testament reflects the latest scholarship, current English, and the needs of contemporary students of the Bible. This new testament includes a multitude of study aids right in line with the text. Expanded translations and other helps make it possible for you to study the Bible while you read

  • Expanded translations bring out the meaning of words and offer alternatives.

 

  • Literal meanings of terms from the original languages are included where they can provide more understanding.

 

  • Traditional wordings assist recollection of familiar terms and expressions.

 

  • Comments explain passages that can be understood better with a brief remark.

 

  • Useful references supply rewarding opportunities for comparing other Scriptures.

 

  • Variants display additional wording in some of the original language texts.

 

 

 

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Contents

TN ExpandedBible_40_Matthew_F
1
TN ExpandedBible_41_Mark_F
78
TN ExpandedBible_42_Luke_F
123
TN ExpandedBible_43_John_F
200
TN ExpandedBible_44_Acts_F
258
TN ExpandedBible_45_Romans_F
335
TN ExpandedBible_46_1Corinth_F
372
TN ExpandedBible_47_2Corinth_F
404
TN ExpandedBible_54_1Timothy_F
477
TN ExpandedBible_55_2Timothy_F
486
TN ExpandedBible_56_Titus_F
493
TN ExpandedBible_57_Philemon_F
497
TN ExpandedBible_58_Hebrews_F
499
TN ExpandedBible_59_James_F
526
TN ExpandedBible_60_1Peter_F
536
TN ExpandedBible_61_2Peter_F
546

TN ExpandedBible_48_Galatians_F
425
TN ExpandedBible_49_Ephesians_F
437
TN ExpandedBible_50_Philippians_F
449
TN ExpandedBible_51_Colossians_F
458
TN ExpandedBible_52_1Thess_F
466
TN ExpandedBible_53_2 Thess_F
473
TN ExpandedBible_62_1John_F
553
TN ExpandedBible_63_2John_F
562
TN ExpandedBible_64_3John_F
564
TN ExpandedBible_65_Jude_F
566
TN ExpandedBible_66_Revelation_F
570
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