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The One Year Chronological Bible [NIV] Paperback – September 29, 1995

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 1728 pages
  • Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. (September 29, 1995)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 084235090X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0842350907
  • Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.3 x 1.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (486 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #543,624 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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The "One Year Chronological Bible" is a wonderful way to gain a comprehensive overview of the what, where and when of the Bible through a planned guide of yearly readings. The Bible is finally put into its historical order (as understood by conservative, evangelical scholars), allowing readers to fit the kings, kingdoms, people, and work of God into an understandable format for any reader. The daily reading plan allows one to go through the entire Bible in a year by following an easily a managable format. This is a great resource for students, teachers, or anyone wanting to have a better understanding of the Bible - both Old and New Testaments - and its times.
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I have always struggled to read through the Bible in a year. I would start out in January ok, but by March, it was pretty much done for the year. I would then start the next year all over again, always with the same results. That was before I got a Bible that actually told me what to read every day to be on schedule. And then I found out that in addition to that, there is this chronological Bible with the events more or less in the order they happened! I'm hooked now on daily Bible reading and think that if it was easy for others to do, they'd be hooked on it too!

I am now convinced more than anything else that a vigorous spiritual life absolutely requires regular reading and pondering God's Holy Word. I've always struggled with this up to now. Thanks to the daily Chronological Bible, I now look forward each afternoon when I get home from work to see what God will teach me through His word. And because it is in chronological order, the reading is more like a connected story rather than just 66 independent books strung together. Plus, you never really know what you will be reading next, depending on the sequence of events that took place all those years ago. It is a fresh look at a very familiar book, and a new adventure! And the NIV translation is accurate, relevant, and modern, which makes the reading more interesting and meaningful.

I now commit to taking the 15 minutes each day to read through that day's Word with sincerity and diligence. I'm all but convinced that my life is changing due to this commitment, and for the better! God now takes on new meaning in my life, and I have new, fresh relevance as I struggle to live every day.
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...I will never forget the first time I read the Bible through in chronological order. It was such an eye-opening experience that I have to say it literally changed my life and the way I think and meditate on scripture. What happens to a believer when they do this is hard to express. But suddenly all those seemingly obscure prophetic passages begin to take on new meaning as you realize when this prophet actually lived and what was going on around him when he prophesied. So, I have always told my children to read the Bible through in chronological order. You can study what you want as you go, but read it daily in chronological order. Make that daily deposit in your heart and let His Word grow.

...My first experience with reading chronologically was done with a reading chart. Over the years I have found several different reading charts that proport to put the Bible in chronological order. While all of these charts are absolutely great, and sometimes represent countless hours or even lifetimes of work in putting them together, the problem is that you end up flipping back and forth between passages in a regular Bible. The great thing about this Bible is that the passages are put in order for you in a very comfortable daily reading. This makes it very easy to jut pick up daily and read... no flipping around!

...The only things I don't like about it are:

...(1) I'm not a big fan of the NIV translation, although it is certainly very easy to read. This translation, while giving you a very clear reading, doesn't really tell you what words were added to the translation (like the NKJV or KJV and others do with italics).
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Hats off to the publishers of this Bible! With an easy-to-read format, the events in Old and New Testament times come alive in a whole new way. Readers gain a much better understanding of the timeline throughout the Bible. Events are placed in the order they occurred, making it easy for any reader to keep track of when things are taking place. Daily readings are designed to help you through the entire Bible in one year. Perfect for anyone desiring a better grasp of the time frame throughout the Bible!
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This is one of three Bibles I purchased this summer. I probably will not read it as a one-year project: already did that once and was never so glad to have December 31 roll around; that edition is the only Bible I ewver sold at a yard sale. But this is a very interesting version. For example, we'e beentold Job is one of the oldest books in the Bible, and in this edition, there it is, the reading for January 5- 17, mixed in with Genesis. The Psalms are incorporated in the parts of the OT story where they were probably written and the four gospels are "cut-and-pasted" to compare all available versions of the same story. The epistles are in time sequence, not the traditional "length" sequence. This ought to be vey useful in study and preparation for teaching. The "book" is a bit "squatty" looking (thick compared to height and width) but the printing is very nice. As a NIV it is readable but scholarly, too. Worth the money.
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