Simply the Bible Paperback
The Simplest Way to Get to Know the World's Bestselling Book
by Nick Page;
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Bible expert and key communicator Nick Page takes you through the building blocks of the Bible one step at a time
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Simply the Bible
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If you’re interested in understanding your Bible, from start to finish, ‘Simply the Bible’ by expert communicator and author Nick Page is the place to start.
With a splash of colour and a modern design, this book overviews the entire Bible with easy-to-follow language, quick references and fascinating information. Inside you’ll find:
• What Each Book is About
• The Book’s Significance
• What Happens in 10 Bite-Sized Chunks
• The Key Characters
• One Surprising Fact
Each description is no-longer than 500 words, making this book ideal for introducing yourself to a book of the Bible before you dive into scripture. Allow Nick Page to introduce you to everything the world’s bestselling book has to offer.
Simply the Bible by Nick Page was published by Lion Hudson in June 2013 and is our 9773rd best seller. The ISBN for Simply the Bible is 9780745955230.
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Discover at-a-glance what each book is about; its significance; what happens in 10 bite-sized chunks; the key characters and one surprising fact. Direct and effective, each introduction is 500 words on average; the design is contemporary and colour-illustrated.
It is the ideal starting point for all who want to get better acquainted with the world's bestselling book, but don't know where to start.
Details for Simply the Bible
|Page last updated||28th September 2016|
|Author / Artist||Nick Page|
|Publisher||Lion Hudson (June 2013)|
|Edition||1st New edition|
|Number of Pages||128|