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Zondervan's traditional reference Bible now offers the word-for-word accuracy of the updated New American Standard Bible. With its charts, maps, and popular cross-reference system, the NASB Classic Reference Bible guides readers into revealing, in-depth studies on hundreds of topics.
? Extensive center-column reference system with references based on key words, phrases, and concepts allows for detailed study.
? Updated NASB translation is the most literal translation available.
? 14 in-text maps and charts provide a better understanding of the places and events depicted in the Bible.
? Large, clear type with bold verse numbers makes for easier reading.
? Extensive updated NASB concordance.
? 8 pages of full-color maps.
? 8 full-color presentation and family record pages.
? Text organized in paragraph form with subheadings and translators' footnotes.
? Red-letter text.
? Ribbon marker (leather editions).
Filled with the features that increase understanding with every use. - Complete text of the updated New American Standard Bible, today's most literal word-for-word translation. - Center-column references that unlock the depths of Scripture. - Maps and in-text charts for added insight while you read. - Introductions and outlines for every book of the Bible - Exclusive NASB Concordance for locating passages easily. - Easy-to-read typeface and verse-by-verse format with paragraph markers. - Presentation and Family Record pages for a lasting remembrance of significant events. - 8-page, full-color map section that accurately locates hundreds of important places in the Bible. - Red Letter text indicating the words of Christ. - Promises and Perspectives From the Bible.
Great Bible. Print a little small but readable. Constructed very well as Zondervan only can. Handy and personal in size. A truly great first or second bible.Published 1 month ago by walter wheelock, jr
I was searching for the NASB translation, which was a little harder to find than some of the more popular translations. Read morePublished on March 27, 2012 by Josh