The Message Study Bible: Red, Imitation Leather Paperback
Capturing the Notes and Reflections of Eugene H. Peterson
by Eugene H. Peterson;
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The Message Study Bible: Red, Imitation Leather
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Includes 640 notes from the writings and sermons of Eugene H. Peterson
Features contemplative readings and prayers throughout the textI
Offers an introductory essay, “Reading the Scriptures” by Eugene H. Peterson
Includes a bibliography of Eugene H. Peterson's writings
Contains a biography of Eugene H. Peterson and the complete list of The Message's translation consultants
Provides blank pages for personal notes and reflections
Available in hardback or leather-look
Verse-numbered paragraphs allow the reader to not be distracted
Single-column format makes The Message a reading Bible
Includes an introduction from Eugene H. Peterson on how to use a “Reading Bible”
The Message Study Bible: Red, Imitation Leather by Eugene H. Peterson was published by NavPress in February 2012 and is our 6908th best seller. The ISBN for The Message Study Bible: Red, Imitation Leather is 9781617478987.
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Details for The Message Study Bible: Red, Imitation Leather
|Page last updated||10th July 2016|
|Author / Artist||Eugene H. Peterson|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||NavPress (February 2012)|
|Number of Pages||2071|