NIV God's Justice Bible Hardback
The Flourishing of Creation and the Destruction of Evil
by New International Version;
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Discover God's passion for what's right in this new NIV Bible filled with reminders of God's love for us and his justice.
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NIV God's Justice Bible
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The NIV God's Justice Bible explores this key character trait of God and important area of Christian life. Alongside the NIV Bible text, a global cast of scholars and justice fighters contribute study notes, book introductions, questions for reflection and prayers to inform, challenge and inspire.
NIV God's Justice Bible is designed to fire readers' passion for social justice and take positive steps to bring justice issues to light in their own circles of influence - all for the glory of God.
The writers come from every continent, representing organisations such as International Justice Mission, Compassion and World Vision. Well-known UK and US contributors include Krish Kandiah, Ron Sider and Joel Edwards.
The Bible is presented in single-column, 9pt text and uses British spelling and Grammar.
NIV God's Justice Bible by New International Version was published by Hodder & Stoughton General Division in February 2016 and is our 25373rd best seller. The ISBN for NIV God's Justice Bible is 9781473625907.
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Details for NIV God's Justice Bible
|Page last updated||21st October 2016|
|Author / Artist||New International Version|
|Publisher||Hodder & Stoughton General Division (February 2016)|
|Number of Pages||1728|