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Bible designed to be read as literature

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        StatementFolio Society
        PublishersFolio Society
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        LC Classifications1958
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 107 p. :
        Number of Pages88
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
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The Books of the Bible, again according to its Preface, seeks to "order the books in such a way that their literary types, the historical circumstances in which they were composed and the theological traditions out of which they speak will be evident.

The Bible Designed To Be Read As Living Literature The Old And The New Testaments In The King James Version 1936 : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

The Books of the Bible, p. " At the very least. This time I chose to read it in conjunction with Issac Asimov's Guide To The Bible, reading a chapter in the latter first then back to the former to read each chapter with some secular history to be the backdrop.

" "DO NOT MURDER YOUR WAY TO POWER. This division in The Books of the Bible includes the sections known as the and the in the Hebrew Bible. The Books of the Bible, according to its Preface, uses characteristics such as "changes in topic, movement in place or time, or shifts from one kind of writing to another" to identify the natural literary divisions within biblical books.

The Bates version is nice, because it eliminates the long drudgery of passages that aren't really necessary to understand the message. " noted, "We are all agreed to speak of the Bible as a supremely great literature.

It presents the text in a single column. In 2006 the International Bible Society published Luke-Acts as a separate volume in the format of The Books of the Bible under the title Kingdom Come, Kingdom Go. " Development of The Books of the Bible [ ] The format for The Books of the Bible was developed from 2003 to 2007 under the direction of Glenn Paauw, Director of Product Development at the now.

Kohlenberger III, a master Bible typesetter and author and editor of Bible reference works; Dr. " One of the contributors to the Better Bibles Blog expected that "the new format will bring increased understanding" and noted that "the format can be used with any version Bible designed to be read as literature the Bible. Slipcase has liquid staining to front board with title text and side but is contained to that area only see image.

The Books of the Bible, p. Responsibility: This edition arranged and edited by Ernest Sutherland Bates. One cannot, for example, contemplate the Gettysburg address without resort to the KJV.

The Bible Designed to be Read as Living Literature

is planning to release a of The Books of the Bible in the fall of 2012. When it was translated into Greek it expanded by a third because Greek writing uses more letters per word in average than Hebrew writingand so each part was divided in half, producing the books known today as and.

The edition was first published by the now in 2007 in TNIV. " Luke-Acts and the Pauline epistles Matthew and works addressed to Jewish believers in Jesus Mark and works addressed to a Roman audience John and the letters of John Revelation stands somewhat by itself because of its unique perspective and literary form, but its placement here also acknowledges its customary association with.

The Books of the Bible presents this work as "one long book, telling one continuous story. Excellent prefatory materials to the book as a whole and its constituent books individually offer superb yet sparse comment on the Bible in a very novel way.

Document Type: Book OCLC Number: 4346967 Notes: Selections from the Bible including Apocrypha --in English translation.