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The Narrated Bible in Chronological Order (NIV) Hardcover – August 1, 1999
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Smith was a District Attorney for Malheur County, Oregon for three years, served as an administrator for the Oregon State Bar in Portland for a year, then spent 27 years teaching at Pepperdine University School of Law in Malibu, California, focusing on Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Trial Practice, and Law and Morality.
For five years, Smith was Scholar in Residence for Christian Studies at Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee, then taught for two years at Liberty University School of Law, and currently is Professor of Law at Faulkner University's Jones School of Law in Montgomery, Alabama.
Smith has written some 30 books--legal, social, doctrinal, and devotional. He is most widely known as the compiler and narrator of "The Daily Bible," the NIV in chronological order.
A popular speaker, Smith has been on the circuit for many years, and has also made frequent guest appearances on radio and television.
Smith and his wife Ruth live in Alabama, Tennessee, and--with every opportunity--at their cottage in the English Cotswolds where he does much of his writing.
Top Customer Reviews
The 4 gospels are put into one long story called "Life of Jesus". This is a HUGE help! You can so much more easily take in all that the Bible tells us about our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! In the Old Testament, the author combines the events of Samuel, the Kings and the Chronicles - most layment are confused by these books and if you're reading them in order, you'll find yourself saying "Didn't we cover this already?". Having it all put together in one story is so helpful!
F. LaGard Smith includes some "devotional commentary", which is clearly marks as such. He also divides The Narrated Bible into daily readings for those wanting to read this through in a year. The sun icon tells you you've reached the end of that day's reading. If you want this same text to be divided up by date (like the One Year Bible), you can get "The Daily Bible".
You will find the prophecies of Isaiah and Jeremiah put into their historical context - I believe that your faith will be enriched and your understanding improved by this wonderful book!
Oh, something important to mention is that you can always easily find exactly what verse you're reading. The reference is in the margin, and in the case of the Gospels, all references to that event are noted, with reference used by the wording of the passage is highlighted in bold.
There is also a complete index, so you can quickly find any verse in the Bible. So you needn't worry about not knowing what book of the Bible you're reading.Read more ›
I called Harvest House Publishing to ask them about the missing scripture, and they told me that they used a parallel account of Peter's mother in law getting healed where it doesn't mention the fulfillment of the Isaiah text. I understand there need to make the Bible flow correctly, but leaving out that particular piece is rather disturbing to me.
So basically, this single scripture (Mathew 8:17) does not appear in this Bible. It makes me wonder what other scriptures are missing. I will continue to use this Bible, but I will always be wondering what is being left out.
Though you should know before you pick one up.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Absolutely love this Bible. I am learning so much more by reading it every day. I highly recommended if you are wanting to get into God's word like never before.Published 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
Best Chronological Bible I have ever seen. The narration given before each book definitely helps you to understand who and why it was written. Read morePublished 2 months ago by melanie parlier
The Narrated Bible is an excellent resource for understanding the flow and essence of Scripture for God's salvation history with mankind.Published 2 months ago by Keith E. Book
Great study Bible that really helps understand the chronology of the books. I recommend it to any serious student of the Bible.Published 4 months ago by Rob