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NIV Life Application Study Bible (Anglicised)

NIV Life Application Study Bible (Anglicised)

This edition has British spelling, grammar and punctuation. Bible text size 8.75pt.

The bestselling NIV Life Application Study Bible is unparalleled among study Bibles as an invaluable aid to devotional reading, quiet times and Bible study.

The rich combination of study features – including verse-by-verse notes, introductions, personality profiles and a Bible dictionary – demystify the Scriptures, helping you apply the wisdom of God to everyday life. This edition includes many detailed black and white and colour maps, along with a Harmony of the Gospels, and Family Tree presentation pages.

First published in 1988, the Life Application Study Bible was developed to help people to live out the principles of scripture effectively. Compiled by a team of well-known Bible scholars and editors it quickly became the world’s bestselling study Bible aimed at aiding application of Bible themes and doctrine to life today. This edition places the Life Application Bible study resources alongside the Anglicised 2011 New International Version – the most popular Bible translation in modern English.
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Genre: Humanities / Religion & Beliefs / Christianity / Bibles

On Sale: 10th September 2015

Price: £29.99

ISBN-13: 9781444792935

Reviews

A devotional tool for church members.
Ministry Today
The Life Application Study Bible is a great step forward in helping Christians apply the Bible's life-changing message in their own lives.
Billy Graham
Essential for any Christian wanting to take their faith to the next level.
iBelieve Magazine
The production of this Bible is excellent. It abounds with full-colour photos, coloured charts and detailed maps, all printed on tinted paper, intended to help present the Scriptures as a historical document rooted in the ancient past. In summary, this would make intriguing reading for more mature Christians seeking to further their understanding of its early contexts.
Evangelical Times