The Bible Book: A Users Guide Paperback
A User's Guide
by Nick Page;
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Making the Bible accessible, The Bible Book is made to help new Christians navigate the many books of the Bible in a meaningful and engaging way.
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The Bible Book: A Users Guide
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Nick Page maps out the way the Bible works, showing you the route through and the places of interest along the way. With its illuminating graphics and user-friendly design, The Bible Book is an indispensable handbook for anyone setting out to explore the exciting world of the Bible.
- Quick Guide - Your at-a-glance introduction to every book of the Bible Questions,
- Questions - a lighter look at some of those difficult issues
- Tricky Bits - explanations of things that make you go 'hmmm'
- The Route Through - a 'streetmap' showing you how each Bible book is put together
- Landmarks - the important events and themes of the Bible
- Postcards - introducing the cities and countries of the Bible Details,
- Details - those fascinating facts that otherwise might go unnoticed
- Viewpoints - a guide to opposing interpretations
- Brief Lives - a quick summary of the lives of major Bible characters
Plus over 50 maps, timelines and diagrams, bringing the world of the Bible to life.
The Bible Book: A Users Guide by Nick Page was published by HarperCollins in April 2003 and is our 13029th best seller. The ISBN for The Bible Book: A Users Guide is 9780007119677.
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The Bible Book: A User's GuideMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
The review of the first edition.
Nick Page, the author, says ‘The fact is that for most people the Bible is like some enormous foreign land. They don’t go there because they think they won’t understand the customs or the language. I use humour, graphics, pictures – whatever it takes to help people explore’ The result is a handbook packed full of information, but presented in a way accessible to a modern generation. So many new Christians or enquirers have been put off by the unfamiliar language of the older translations of the Bible. Nick Page has asked young people what style of guide they are used to in their homes, and used that information in compiling this book using modern idioms and presentation.
A lot of new information has been added into this new edition, maps, new features, a new section on the early church,and some photos and drawings.Hours of enjoyment can be had just browsing through as I have done or it can be used as a handy reference book for seeking something specific.
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Details for The Bible Book: A Users Guide
|Page last updated||23rd April 2017|
|Author / Artist||Nick Page|
|Publisher||HarperCollins (April 2003)|
|Number of Pages||400|