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NIV, Rock Solid Faith Study Bible for Teens, Hardcover: Build and defend your faith based on God's promises Hardcover – Deluxe Edition, August 25, 2012
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Many teens today feel uncertain about their world and are wondering about their future during this time of economic upheaval and spiritual confusion. Combine this with normal adolescent struggles, and today's teens are trying to find solid ground. Rock Solid Faith Study Bible for Teens provides a firm foundation with features that show God is unchanging. Teens will be reassured that they too can be unshaken and have hope for what the future holds.
Zondervan recently contacted me and asked if I'd be interested in reviewing some of their materials. My first choice was the Rock Solid Faith Study Bible for Teens.
The Bible boasts several features.
Rock Solid TRUTHS-Examines Christian beliefs and explorations of other religions
Rock Solid PRINCIPLES-Applies the Bible to daily choices and challenges
Rock Solid PROMISES-Calls out God's promises, and what aren't.
Rock Solid PLANS-Explores God's plans for the reader.
Unshaken PEOPLE-Provides Biblical examples to overcome.
Unshaken GOD: Points out God's never-changing attributes
I have a teen, so I was interested in seeing first hand what this Bible looked like and how did it line up against what it promised. It does feature all those things. However, I was disappointed in the layout and visuals. The Bible as in God's Word should never change. However, I believe with teens we have to market to their interests without watering down truth.
I had trouble finding the features. The pages are a thin white, and the Rock Solid Features aren't highlighted very brightly. A little darker column, but not much darker.Read more ›
For a longer review, see the Bible Reviewer blog - [...]
Here is the synopsis of this (Holy) book:
Feeling uncertain about your life? The world? Your future? Looking for something secure to hold onto in turbulent and confusing times? Wanting to know more about God?
Address your questions and build a steadfast foundation for your faith with the NIV Rock Solid Faith Study Bible for Teens. Find traction for your beliefs and promises for your future. Discover constant and concrete truths rooted in the unchanging love and promises of God.
* Rock Solid TRUTHS: examine Christian beliefs and explorations of other religions
* Rock Solid PRINCIPLES: applies the Bible to daily decisions and challenges
* Rock Solid PROMISES: calls out what is (and is not) promised in the Bible
* Rock Solid PLANS: explores God's plan and will for your life
* Unshaken PEOPLE: provides scriptural examples of overcoming difficulties
* Unshaken GOD: points out God's unyielding attributes
Reading plans, 8 pages of color maps, book introductions, and more!
I decided to focus on a favorite book of mine from the Old Testament and from the New Testament - Ecclesiastes and Romans. Here is the introduction to Ecclesiastes:
Ecclesiastes studies the meaning of life. The Teacher looks at wisdom, pleasure, work, power, riches, religion and other things. All of these have some value and are useful in the proper time and place, but they have lasting value only if God is at the center of a person's life. Reverence and respect for God and a real devotion in serving God are the most important to make life meaningful.Read more ›
I was pleased to be able to review this new study Bible. I liked using it and reading through the various features. I liked all the added features like the "Rock Solid Promises" and "Unshaken God" boxes. These make you stop and think a little deeper about what you are reading. Also, these features are all indexed which is a helpful tool. The color maps and concordance are also nice, useful features I thought.
As far as the layout and design, I was pleased with it and thought the publisher did a good job with this. I particularly like the size. When looking for a Bible, some are way too big and some are much too small. This one fits nicely in your hands and is easy to hold plus it is hardback and lays flat when you open it. Also the font is a great size. I liked the large numbers used to divide chapters.
If you have a special teen in your life, check out the Rock Solid Faith Study Bible for Teens! You can read more at Zondervan.
Thank you to The B & B Media Group for providing this for my honest review.
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not a review just purchase and don't know how to use it would like some help on getting to the contents and how to be able to use the study need to set and aline the pages thanks... Read morePublished 12 months ago by anna jamison
Rock Solid Faith Study Bible for Teens, obviously has teens as its target audience and based on the masculine cover, it would draw the attention of young males rather than girls. Read morePublished on November 7, 2013 by Rosarymom
I am so loving this new study bible!
So many extras to get teens digging into Gods Word!
I think this Bible will get teens excited about studying, because it really... Read more
This is a teen "study bible" which means it has commentary and fun side bars to attract the reader's attention. Read morePublished on September 21, 2013 by David Kenney
I got this for my 15 yeaf old granddaughter who really likes it. It has lots of helps and guidelines for teenagers.Published on July 7, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Teens in today's world are pulled in a million different directions. The ROCK SOLID FAITH STUDY BIBLE is packed with solid insights from the pen of bestselling youth worker and... Read morePublished on January 27, 2013 by W. Terry Whalin
The Word of God speaks for itself but when you throw in a "cool" cover and the neat little tidbits throughout, this Bible really becomes relavant to a teenager. Read morePublished on January 25, 2013 by Jesse D. Kaufman