Each one is in roughly one of two conditions.
To sum it up: Pros: Animal-friendly leatherlike cover, compact, NLT translation, plenty of space to write notes, very interesting and beautiful 52 week Bible study.
This is a question I think anyone who appreciates the Tradition contemplates and most of us have attempted, in some form, to address.
It said that it would be in "very good" condition and the binding was torn at the top and bottom.Published 6 days ago by Blake Spann
enough said... I should be getting my money back, but really it;s just not worth it. I think other features are great, but come on!Published 4 months ago by Ryan Welshans
Add your own hymns to this Bible for a worship at home or away. It's great for a leader who wants supplementary material at the ready. Read morePublished 4 months ago by john chapas
The artwork and historical references and writings add so much to the Bible study and devotions in this volume. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jennie wren
Absolutely loving it! I've ordered 2 more as gifts! First of all I love the NLT. It's really rather solid in its faithfulness to the original languages in its translation but it so... Read morePublished 11 months ago by AJ Roberts
This is more than a Bible; it is history, art, a look at society and the way people lived and it's added so much to my morning devotions. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Sandra K.
I chose this version of The Bible to use the weekly meditations, word studies in Hebrew and Greek, the concordance, and view church history through celebrating the historical... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Frances Gannon
I came across this Bible via the Lenten devotional for my Nook. I was intrigued by the idea of pulling ancient and modern meditative writing and artwork together for the... Read morePublished 18 months ago by T. Pratt
Although this Bible is not the Catholic canon, the weekly Bible study format, with additional readings and reflections are wonderful for any Bible study, personal or group.Published on October 18, 2012 by Jennifer M. Frye