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NIV Proclamation Bible Correctly Handling the Word of Truth
Published by Zondervan
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On 8/30 ThePalmettoQueen wrote: Disclaimer: I received a product to review. All opinions are my own. I have always loved bibles. Every time I have had a chance to try a new translation, I do it. As a teenager, I took several summer bible courses and was encouraged to read scripture in different translations because sometimes you ... Book Review: NIV Proclamation Bible
On 6/25 Matthew Sherro wrote: Tim Keller is right, this is one of the best pastoral bibles you can get. The articles on interpretation, alone, make this Bible a top choice for any pastor. I am quite pleased with this but would love to see it in genuine leather. I am rating this Bible as an 8, overall. A pastor’s Bible really ... the new 1st choice in NIV
On 6/8 Mary Miller wrote: Upon receiving this book/Bible it is beautifully bound and STURDY! something lacking in a lot of Bibles. You can tell its a High quality book and of course it’s Gods word so I cannot be too rough on it. However, the Study Bible claim, That I can be hard on. so lets go through this methodically. ... Book Review: Proclamation Bible
On 6/5 Peter Krol wrote: The NIV Proclamation Bible does everything I want a study Bible to do and nothing I don’t want a study Bible to do. It gets the Bible student moving in the right direction, and then it gets out of the way. Perhaps that’s why the front cover boasts Timothy Keller’s polarizing endorsement: “There ... NIV Proclamation Bible: The Best Non-Study-Bible Study Bible I’ve Seen
On 6/1 sonblestjacob wrote: Writing a book review on a book of such importance as the Bible constitutes a unique experience regardless of how many times one has undertaken the process. Most book reviews focus on the meaning, implications, and history behind the content of a publication. With the Christian Bible, however, these ... Book Review: The NIV Proclamation Bible
On 5/30 Victor Piedra wrote: I received the NIV Proclamation Bible, from the house of Zondervan, a while back ago, and I decide to take more time than usual to finish writing my review of tit. The main reason was that I left it for my easy week meditation on the third week of May. Generally speaking Proclamation Bible, from ... NIV Proclamation Bible review
On 5/6 Steven Ruff wrote: As strange as it may sound, Bible are difficult to review. Since the reader has no authority to argue or critique the content, the features of a particular Bible are all that are left to critique. Recently I received the NIV Proclamation Bible for review. I would have to say that the first thing that ... The NIV Proclamation Bible
On 4/27 Philip wrote: You know the old mantra, “Don’t judge a book by its cover,” but what are you to do when that is exactly what the publishers want you to do? Should your opinions of the book be shaped at all by the cover, more specifically, should the glowing endorsement of the book plastered across the top the ... Not a Study Bible, Just a thick cross-reference Bible with endorsement bait.
On 4/20 kolbs wrote: Things we like about the NIV Proclamation Bible: 1. The NIV is very readable. My first Bible as a student was a NIV Student Bible. Love the translation. ESV is what I currently use, but sometimes it can be really clunky. 2. The text is clean and easy to read. The paper quality make this Bible ... Good, but not great.
On 4/19 Joshua Scheid wrote: Zondervan’s NIV Proclamation Bible, dubbed as the resource to help Bible preachers and teachers “correctly [handle] the Word of truth” is mundane and generic, and I’ll just get it out at the start: I do not recommend purchasing this Bible. Also, I so appreciate Tim Keller…but what in the world ... Don't buy this Bible