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The Expanded Bible New Testament

Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.68 Stars

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On 10/3 Jodi W wrote: The Expanded Bible New Testament is based on the New Century translation and is a study Bible. This Bible includes expanded notes in amongst the scriptures to help you read and study efficiently. Thanks to Booksneeze I received a review copy of this Bible quite a while back but I have been putting ... The Expanded Bible New Testament Review

Jodi W's Rating:

3 Stars

On 2/4 Elvin Fang wrote: The Expanded Bible is a modified version of the New Century Version, functional-equivalent based translation, and a product of Tremper Longman III, Mark L. Strauss and Daniel Taylor. What's interesting is that this New Testament incorporates alternative translations, literal meaning,s traditional wordings, ... Review: The Expanded Bible (New Testament)

Elvin's Rating:

3 Stars

On 2/2 Nichole Strauss wrote: As we all know, there are so many different varieties of bibles to choose from on the market today. My last experience shopping for bibles was exhausting and confusing at best. Because I am trying to understand the bible better I was excited to receive this version. It is described as having study aids ... The Expanded Bible

Nichole's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/1 Russell T. Hawkins wrote: I decided to read the entire New Testament in the month of September, so I was excited to see this new Expanded Bible available as part of the Thomas Nelson Book Review Bloggers program. Much to my dismay, this is not a bible you would want to use when reading through the New Testament in ... Review: The Expanded Bible

Russell T. 's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/16 Brandon Schmidt wrote: The Expanded Bible: New Testament is the latest attempt by Christian book publishers to make the Bible more accessible for people to study. Based on the New Century Version, The Expanded Bible is a functional-equivalent translation, emphasizing on readability over a more literal translation. This ... The Expanded Bible: New Testament

Brandon's Rating:

2 Stars

On 1/12 Chad Miller wrote: I recently received a copy of The [expanded] Bible for my review. I found the cover to be attractive and simple. I would dare compare it to an amplified bible, but it seems to bit more than that in certain areas, albeit difficult to find at first. This Bible was worked on by Tremper Longman III (Yale), ... The [expanded] Bible

Chad's Rating:

3 Stars

On 12/30 Danny Garland wrote: Nowadays, there are many different versions of Bibles; Teen Bible, Woman’s Bible, Golfer’s Bible, Green Bible, Apologetics Bible, etc. The [expanded] Bible: New Testament published by Thomas Nelson is not some tired specialty Bible. Rather, it is an indispensable tool for studying Sacred Scripture ... Book Review: The [expanded] Bible-New Testament

Danny's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/10 Wendy Hilton wrote: Several months ago, I requested to review The New Testament: The Expanded Bible for Thomas Nelson. I have reviewed books for Thomas Nelson before, but I have never reviewed a Bible. I was very interested in taking a look at this Bible and trying it for myself. Under the title of the Bible on the ... The Expanded Bible

Wendy's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/23 Brent Kercheville wrote: The Expanded Bible New Testament is a recent work from Thomas Nelson Publishers. The goal of The Expanded Bible is to help with all the problems inherent in translation. "It allows the reader to see multiple possibilities for words, phrases, and interpretations. Rather than opting for one choice, it ... Review: The Expanded Bible New Testament

Brent's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/18 Sarah Caprye wrote: Unfortunately, my experience with this bible has shown it to be an insufficient resource for in-depth study, while at the same time being too visually and textually awkward for meditative or devotional reading. ... I can see potential value in this bible for those who are devoted to the New Century Version ... The [expanded] Bible

Sarah's Rating:

3 Stars