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e-Book All in One Bible Reference epub download

ISBN: 0310611644
Publisher: Zondervan Publishing Company
Language: English
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e-Book All in One Bible Reference epub download



Open the door to better Bible study with The Barbour Bible Reference Companion! At 704 pages, it’s big―but purposely designed for the average Bible student, not the expert. Featuring a dictionary, concordance, handbook, and explanations of Bible customs―with more than 200 full-color illustrations―it’s an all-in-one resource for everyday Bible study.

The Zondervan All-in-One Bible Reference Guide is ideal for pastors, Bible study leaders, and everyone who wants to learn more from God’s Word. Based on the NIV-the most read, most trusted translation of the Bible-this reference guide will prove to be indispensable, no matter what translation is used.

To get the most out of studying the Bible usually requires a concordance, a dictionary, a topical Bible, and a handbook. The Zondervan All-in-One Bible Reference Guide combines the best features of all four-in one convenient location

To get the most out of studying the Bible usually requires a concordance, a dictionary, a topical Bible, and a handbook. The Zondervan All-in-One Bible Reference Guide combines the best features of all four-in one convenient location. This easy-to-use resource covers a wide range of topics, people, places, events, and themes from Scripture. Entries are arranged alphabetically, making it easy for us to find the information needed to expand our understanding of God’s Word

The non-canonical books referenced in the Bible includes pseudepigrapha, writings from Hellenistic and other non-Biblical cultures, and lost works of known or unknown status.

The non-canonical books referenced in the Bible includes pseudepigrapha, writings from Hellenistic and other non-Biblical cultures, and lost works of known or unknown status. By the "Bible" is meant those books recognised by most Christians and Jews as being part of Old Testament (or Tanakh) as well as those recognised by Christians alone as being part of the Biblical apocrypha or of the Deuterocanon.

The Zondervan All-in-One Bible Reference Guide combines the best features of all four--in one convenient location. This easy-to-use resource covers a wide range of topics, people, places, events, and themes from Scripture

The Zondervan All-in-One Bible Reference Guide combines the best features of all four--in one convenient location. Entries are arranged alph To get the most out of studying the Bible usually requires a concordance, a dictionary, a topical Bible, and a handbook. The Zondervan All-in-One Bible Reference Guide combines the best features of all four--in one convenient location.

The simplest way to understand every book of the Bible: this guide sums up the Old and New Testaments in one sentence per book. Great for adults and kids. News flash: the Bible is huge: about 611,000 words long, all divvied up across 66 smaller documents called the books of the Bible. That’s because the Bible is a collection of writings from different authors writing at different times. In some ways, that makes it easier to approach the Bible: we can read it in chunks rather than needing to read the whole Bible at once. But it also makes it a bit confusing. The Bible itself is a book.

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1In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. 2 Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was hovering over the waters. 3 And God said, Let there be light, and there was light. 4 God saw that the light was good, and he separated the light from the darkness. 5 God called the light day, and the darkness he called night. And there was evening, and there was morning-the first day. 6 And God said, Let there be a vault between the waters to separate water from water.

Bible Versions Differences shows variant verse breaks, and non-inclusions between the different s. That information is found here. King James Version (KJV). New King James Version (NKJV).

From the publisher "To get the most out of studying the Bible usually requires a concordance, a dictionary, a topical Bible, and a handbook. The Zondervan All-in-One Bible Reference Guide combines the best features of all four---in one convenient location. This easy-to-use resource covers a wide range of topics, people, places, events, and themes from Scripture. Entries are arranged alphabetically, making it easy for us to find the information needed to expand our understanding of God's Word. The Zondervan All-in-One Bible Reference Guide is ideal for pastors, Bible study leaders, and everyone who wants to learn more from God's Word. Based on the NIV---the most read, most trusted translation of the Bible---this reference guide will prove to be indispensable, no matter what translation is used."
Ishnjurus
This review is in no way about the content of the book. I have no idea what the content of the book is because I purchased this on my Kindle, and guess what? You cannot navigate this book on the Kindle! There is no Table of Contents, only letter contents, so for example if the word you are looking for is in the "g's", you have to go page by page by page by page until you find your word. You can't spell it, you can't go to location, you can't do anything.

I really regret buying this on my Kindle, as I'm sure it is a fine book hands on.
September
This review is only for the Kindle version of this book. As another reviewer said, navigating this book is horrible on the Kindle. While the book itself has words listed alphabetically, dictionary-style with definitions, Bible references, and explanations, when you search a word to find it on the Kindle you get every place within the book that word appears. So depending on the word you may have to wade through 50 references to the word before you actually get to the main "dictionary" entry that you're looking for.

What this book really needs is a way to search the dictionary entries of the words. I returned my copy of this kindle book. The table of contents only divides the book from A to Z.

I am sure this reference is useful in hard copy, but stay away from the Kindle version unless they improve the search function.
Road.to sliver
I tried a sample of this book and thought it looked OK, but it is really frustrating that you can't search through the book. I haven't been able to use it since I bought it. Zondervan just doesn't seem to be very e-book knowledgeable--their NIV bible can't be easily searched either. I doubt I will buy anything they publish in an e-book again.
Styphe
Great reference book because it explains who is who. I also had the opportunity to look up things & make notes. I didn't like the fact that there were some blank pages in this book. You read something & then mid-sentence you are cut off. If that were fixed, there would be a 5-star rating on this item. Love Zondervan's materials. They are very easy to read...
Malak
I am sure this is an excellent book in hard copy. but navigation is extremely difficult. The table of contents gives only the first letter of the word. Selecting takes you to the first word that begins with that letter. If you want to find a specific word, you are left to scroll through tens or even hundreds of screens to get to your chosen word. There is a search feature, but it takes you to every use of the word / topic you are looking for, not the topic by that name. Incredibly user UNFRIENDLY in Kindle version.
Altad
I can't jump to the places that I need, don't know where to enter the word I am looking for in the concordance, it's not real easy to use.
Aver
A very nice tool for Bible Study!
I bought this at the start of a theology degree thinking it might prove to be a useful reference tool from time to time. However, it is really too basic to be of much use to all but the most occasional bible students.