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Student Bible: NIV ❰Download❯ ➶ Student Bible: NIV Author Anonymous – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Where do I start reading the Bible How do I understand the Bible Where do I find what I am looking for Now completely revised and expanded, this popular study Bible helps young adults and new Christia Where do I start reading the Bible How do I understand the Bible Where do I find what I am looking for Now completely revised and expanded, this popular study Bible helps young adults and new Christians find answers to these and other important questions New and expanded features include the following An extensiveTrack reading plan at the front of the Bible gives readers options for Bible reading and study at their own pace Introductions to each book of the Bible include important background information In text study articles called Insights provide helpful background Student Bible: MOBI :Ê information and section summaries that stimulate personal application Shorter in text notes called Highlights comment on specific verses and provide proverb like nuggets of wisdom A new section calledPeople You Should Know helps readers become familiar with key Biblical characters New design elements to help readers find Highlights , Insights , and Character Profiles The enlarged reference section in the back of the Bible, called Where to Find It , now has bleed off tabs to mark the expanded sections, which include an extensive subject guide an extensive listing of Well Known Biblical Events a glossary of non Biblical people who are mentioned in the study helps.


10 thoughts on “Student Bible: NIV

  1. Philip Philip says:

    Okay Just finished this Read it cover to cover Alpha to Omega I ve got a lot of thoughts on it, but I m not going to hash them out tonight I had been updating as I read, so I ll keep those here I ll go through them later.Job was fascinating It was especially fun to read here in China with all we re going through He really wasn t as patient as I remember him being Also, my notes had a lot of criticisms for his friends but I thought their only real problem was that they said he d si Okay Just finished this Read it cover to cover Alpha to Omega I ve got a lot of thoughts on it, but I m not going to hash them out tonight I had been updating as I read, so I ll keep those here I ll go through them later.Job was fascinating It was especially fun to read here in China with all we re going through He really wasn t as patient as I remember him being Also, my notes had a lot of criticisms for his friends but I thought their only real problem was that they said he d sinned when he didn t Everything else seemed sound, or was I missing something Alright I read Esther today with Liz I don t really have anything to say about it Well, I guess I could say Haman would be an interesting character study Maybe a study in the number of times he doesn t see the train coming.So, I just finished Nehemiah last night which means I m on to Esther I know what you re thinking Nehemiah s only 13 chapters, why did it take you so long to read it Well, I fell back out of reading again That s what happened I promise never to judge people for not reading the Bible SheeshNehemiah wasn t bad either Although, gives a lot of the same information as Ezra I got a little tired of reading the names of the people and their different jobs, but I loved Nehemiah s prayer interjections They seemed so Fiddler on the Roof.I found the last chapter particularly interesting the way he constantly says, remember me remember me and at one point, remember them He wasn t one to take things lightly either, I rebuked them and called curses down on them I beat some of the men and pulled out their hair 13 25 I m on Nehemiah I got stuck on Ezra after Samuel Kings Chronicles to do that SS class on Joab What a guy But I m back in.Loved Ezra s prayer at Chap 9.Questions on his faith at 8 22 NIV ashamed Were they checking to see if the foreign wives converted at 10 16 when they sat down to investigate the cases And were they taking them one on one, like a case by case basis Anyway, I m back in


  2. Paula Phillips Paula Phillips says:

    As a Christian, it seems quite odd reviewing a bible , as for me this is a book that is and should be my essential guidebook to life , and funnily enough when it comes to bibles I find that Zondervan is the best publishers and if you are just starting out as a Christian or have been one for a while and are a bit like me, then your preference for reading the word is in the language of NIV which translates into New International Version, this is the most common type of biblical language used in to As a Christian, it seems quite odd reviewing a bible , as for me this is a book that is and should be my essential guidebook to life , and funnily enough when it comes to bibles I find that Zondervan is the best publishers and if you are just starting out as a Christian or have been one for a while and are a bit like me, then your preference for reading the word is in the language of NIV which translates into New International Version, this is the most common type of biblical language used in today s society One thing that always stands out for me when it comes to bibles, is that no matter what you enjoy, whether you are female or male , old or young there is a bible made especially for you and today s bible which is an appropiate topic to talk about as it s Sunday , is one made especially for all those students out thereWhen you make the decision to purchase a bible, as there are so many out there now, you tend to scour through the different versions and types till you find the one that screams God s perfection for you and if you are studying and at the stage where you are just not quite ready to take the next step into buying a Dad s Bible Mother s Bible or even the step of moving into a Men s Women s Bible then the NIV Student Bible is the Book for you Something I was taught when I was younger was that Bible stood for Best Instructions Before Leaving Earth.The NIV Student s Bible also includes Complete NIV text Three track reading plan Book introductions and overviews Insights provide background information on key passages Guided Tours offer a bird s eye view of the Bible Highlights present short commentary on specific verses 100 People You Should Know Indexes, glossaries, and study helps Subject guide Eight pages of maps with index


  3. Judah Davis Judah Davis says:

    Read this from cover to cover I loved the way the beginning of each book explains the author, when he wrote it, and why he wrote it Little interesting tidbits of info are dispersed throughout leaving me constantly saying, Wow, I never knew that I haven t found a Bible yet that I love as much as this one.


  4. Philip Philip says:

    Okay Just finished this Read it cover to cover Alpha to Omega I ve got a lot of thoughts on it, but I m not going to hash them out tonight I had been updating as I read, so I ll keep those here I ll go through them later.Job was fascinating It was especially fun to read here in China with all we re going through He really wasn t as patient as I remember him being Also, my notes had a lot of criticisms for his friends but I thought their only real problem was that they said he d si Okay Just finished this Read it cover to cover Alpha to Omega I ve got a lot of thoughts on it, but I m not going to hash them out tonight I had been updating as I read, so I ll keep those here I ll go through them later.Job was fascinating It was especially fun to read here in China with all we re going through He really wasn t as patient as I remember him being Also, my notes had a lot of criticisms for his friends but I thought their only real problem was that they said he d sinned when he didn t Everything else seemed sound, or was I missing something Alright I read Esther today with Liz I don t really have anything to say about it Well, I guess I could say Haman would be an interesting character study Maybe a study in the number of times he doesn t see the train coming.So, I just finished Nehemiah last night which means I m on to Esther I know what you re thinking Nehemiah s only 13 chapters, why did it take you so long to read it Well, I fell back out of reading again That s what happened I promise never to judge people for not reading the Bible SheeshNehemiah wasn t bad either Although, gives a lot of the same information as Ezra I got a little tired of reading the names of the people and their different jobs, but I loved Nehemiah s prayer interjections They seemed so Fiddler on the Roof.I found the last chapter particularly interesting the way he constantly says, remember me remember me and at one point, remember them He wasn t one to take things lightly either, I rebuked them and called curses down on them I beat some of the men and pulled out their hair 13 25 I m on Nehemiah I got stuck on Ezra after Samuel Kings Chronicles to do that SS class on Joab What a guy But I m back in.Loved Ezra s prayer at Chap 9.Questions on his faith at 8 22 NIV ashamed Were they checking to see if the foreign wives converted at 10 16 when they sat down to investigate the cases And were they taking them one on one, like a case by case basis Anyway, I m back in


  5. David David says:

    Although the King James authorised version is the most poetic it is something of a plod at times, and I found this one with its explanatory notes and easy to read text a lotelucidating in terms of what s going on I have to admit that what drew me to it in the shop two years ago was the recommendations by Melvyn Bragg and David Suchet, who I admire as writers and broadcasters Suchet, a leading Shakesperean actor, tells how a few years ago he was lying in his bath in a hotel in America, wh Although the King James authorised version is the most poetic it is something of a plod at times, and I found this one with its explanatory notes and easy to read text a lotelucidating in terms of what s going on I have to admit that what drew me to it in the shop two years ago was the recommendations by Melvyn Bragg and David Suchet, who I admire as writers and broadcasters Suchet, a leading Shakesperean actor, tells how a few years ago he was lying in his bath in a hotel in America, when he had a sudden and impulsive desire to read the Bible From somewhere I got this desire to read the Bible again That s the most important part of my conversion In the New Testament I suddenly discovered the way that life should be followed I myself came to it from reading about the European Reformation and suddenly realising that the central book of those times, the one constantly being quoted and sifted through, was the one book I myself had never read from cover to cover I got bogged down a bit in Numbers and Deuteronomy, but the rest was, to coin a phrase, a revelation, and I do consider myself to be a Christian, though hardly a good one There is, as my teachers used to tell me, much room for improvement


  6. Chris Chris says:

    Its the bible, whatsto say Its the GREATEST BOOK ever written and everyone should read it This is the Student NIV Bible and it is a great study tool for anyone that wants to grow with their knowledge of the bible THUMBS UP


  7. Stinkydiver Stinkydiver says:

    Although I ve read portions of the Bible in the past I am now reading it completely Whether you look at it as a historical document, or God s word it s definitely a good read


  8. Katie Katie says:

    My friend gave me this particular Bible in high school and I still have it A cherished Bible I hope to have forever.


  9. Melina Melina says:

    From Genesis to Revelation, I read the Bible in its entirety Small disclaimer, however, this is a Protestant bible, meaning it has the fewest books of the Christian bibles out there, so less than if I d gone with a bible from one of the older churches with a larger canon Catholic or Orthodox I went with this particular one because it was the one I had I bought it at Chapters when I was 14 or 15 after having gone to a bible camp and my main criteria at the time was to find a bible that did From Genesis to Revelation, I read the Bible in its entirety Small disclaimer, however, this is a Protestant bible, meaning it has the fewest books of the Christian bibles out there, so less than if I d gone with a bible from one of the older churches with a larger canon Catholic or Orthodox I went with this particular one because it was the one I had I bought it at Chapters when I was 14 or 15 after having gone to a bible camp and my main criteria at the time was to find a bible that didn t use antiquated language and that had study notes Hadn t really cracked it open until my 30sI have many thoughts to share First, the contents were not what I expected If you think you know the bible, but haven t read it, I challenge you to actually read it Second, I believe that it needs to be studied This may go for many other ancient religious texts as well This is not pop spirituality where you can crack open the book and get an inspirational feel good quote It is deep It s a whole story Lots of metaphors and symbolism that connect to various other parts of the bible Over the course of my time reading it, I listened to various scholars, theologians, and laymen commentators to help illumine the text I do believe that if one reads it in the most superficial, surface way, they will come away with little but ridicule for the text However, if one digs deeper, there is quite a wealth of treasure in it I wouldn t have thought this Unfortunately, many fundamentalist bible thumpers out there are not the best showcase for the bible and give it a bad reputation I should say with relation to biblical fundamentalists that contrary to what they may portray, much of the bible can be interpreted in many different ways.I learned also a lot about bible translations in my journey through this copy of the bible One is that this is a Protestant bible since the Protestant religion rejects a number of books that were part of the Greek Septuagint the Greek Septuagint was the Jewish scriptures translated to Greek for Jews living in diaspora in the centuries prior to Christ Greek at the time was the common default language of the whole general area When the Christian religion formed, the Jews removed a number of the bookssupportive to the Christian claim that this man Jesus was the messiah The Protestants in their reformation chose to only include in their canon the books that the Jews chose in their updated canon and not the additional books that were in the Septuagint.I also learned about translation bias and commentary bias Commentary bias is obvious to me Most of the notes were helpful setting the context so that I could better understand That said, occasionally they d have somewhat off putting comments reflective of the denomination that this translation supports evangelical such as what type of music do you like to worship to.Translation bias is something I m just starting to learn about These are the biases of the translators reflected in some way through the chosen ways to translate words, expressions, etc. I m not a scholar nor am I well versed in the various denominations of Christianity or Judaism, for that matter or the various translations to be able to say much about this, but I find this area interesting All I can say, as an NIV translation, I found it very readable.I don t believe in a concept that I came to learn in my research that accompanied my reading of the bible and that is the concept of sola scriptura This means viewing the bible as the sole source and informant on spirituality and God It rejects that there were accompanying traditions that both were the impetus to forming the bible and the christian religion itself In itself it also rejects the notion that anything is missing from the bible I also reject the notion that the bible is inerrant I know some people that have parents that follow some form of fundamentalist religion where they actually view the bible in a literal way In reading the text these friends became atheist or agnostic because they couldn t relate to the bible in a literal way and found it ridiculous But like their parents, I guess, couldn t see a spiritual life outside of that limited view hence they became atheists or agnostic What a pity The bible has a lot to offer if viewed in asymbolic manner To reject it because it doesn t follow science doesn t make sense It clearly is not a scientific text Parts of it corroborate with history and those parts may be considered as historical texts but not all are to be considered historical It needs to be viewed in a spiritual light Christians will argue that the Holy Spirit is needed to illuminate and bring meaning to the bible.I have decided to continue pouring over the bible in different translations and commentaries as I continue on my spiritual journey I d like to mention some highlights I particularly liked Genesis, Job, a number of Psalms, Ecclesiastes, Jonah, the Gospels, some of the Epistles Honestly, this is off the top of my head, I might be missing some others that I liked.My favourite fully human character lol is probably John the Baptist Anyway, he sticks out for his humility I don t remember everyone obviously and I just read the bible, I didn t study it, so I can t say I have a very meaningful or deep relationship with the characters, the stories, and their meanings.I m uncertain how to rate this Do I rate based on the quality of the translation and the notes Do I rate the bible on its story and how I relate to it The writing itself is done by a whole bunch of different authors different styles are reflected throughout some of which I liked and some of which I didn t really like at all So for now I ll leave it unrated with this review of my current reflections on this first read through of the bible


  10. Joanna Joanna says:

    I started in Genesis on 30 August 2017 and today I finally finished It s been a goal for a long time to simply read the Bible from cover as an avid reader it seemed like that was the bare minimum I should be able to manage Obviously not as easy as it sounds since it took methan two years, but I can finally say that I ve done it I have read every word in here.Now to go back through and take my time.


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