NKJV Modern Life Study Bible, Turquoise Grey, Imitation Leather
God's Word for Our World
by Thomas Nelson;
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NKJV Modern Life Study Bible, Turquoise Grey,
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We still struggle with issues like community, justice, economic stress, political tensions and cultural and ethnic differences. We still wonder who God is, how to discern His will and how we fit into His plan.
Using historical context and fresh insights backed by biblical scholars, The Modern Life Study Bible explores the timeless truths that connect the people and stories of the Bible to the opportunities and demands we face today. God is at work in our world, inviting us to experience His presence.
With innovative, full-colour illustrations, maps and diagrams, along with special information on occupations of the Bible, profiles of people and places, theme indexes and inspirational biographies of believers who put their faith to work, The Modern Life Study Bible will draw you in, helping you to know and embrace what it means to follow Christ in today's world.
Features include: More than 2,400 concise articles and book introductions; More than 220 full-colour maps; Hundreds of diagrams, tables and illustrations; 66 inspirational biographies and indexes to aid navigation and study.
NKJV Modern Life Study Bible, Turquoise Grey, by Thomas Nelson was published by Thomas Nelson in January 2014. The ISBN for NKJV Modern Life Study Bible, Turquoise Grey, is 9781401679644.
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|Page last updated||13th May 2017|
|Author / Artist||Thomas Nelson|
|Book Format||Imitation Leather|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (January 2014)|
|Number of Pages||1984|