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The One Year Chronological Bible NLT (One Year Bible: Nlt) Paperback – Unabridged, September 1, 2007
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Spiritual leaders of all generations have agreed upon the importance of daily Bible reading as a vital means of growth and maturity. Many Bible readers have wished for a method that would help them with the discipline of a regular, systematic study of God's inspired Word. "The One Year Chronological Bible" not only meets this need but also gives you a perspective you cannot get from a Bible laid out in canonical order.
What is the canonical order?
The canonical order is the order in which the books of the Bible are normally arranged. This order groups books of similar content together. The books of the Bible are arranged canonically in the following order: Law (Genesis-Deuteronomy), History (Joshua-Esther), Wisdom Literature (Job-Song of Songs), Prophets (Isaiah-Malachi), Gospels (Matthew-John), early church history (Acts), Pauline Epistles (Romans-Philemon), General Epistles (Hebrews-Jude), and Apocalyptic Literature (Revelation). The canonical order was developed by Jerome, who translated the Bible into Latin in the late fourth century ad.
Although Jerome's order is logical, it does not clearly represent the order in which the events of the Bible unfolded. For instance, why are the books that record the Israelites' return from captivity (Ezra and Nehemiah) arranged before the prophetic books that predict their exile (Jeremiah and Ezekiel)? Or how do the four accounts of Christ's life fit together? To give you a more historical perspective, the Scriptures in "The One Year Chronological Bible" have been arranged in chronological order.
What is chronological order?
Chronological order is the order in which the events occurred in time. In "The One Year Chronological Bible, " all Scripture is arranged according to the time sequence of the events. The return of the Israelites from captivity, therefore, comes after the earlier prophets and Daniel, rather than before them. In addition, all four accounts of Christ's life are woven together, giving a clear picture of Christ's time on earth from birth to his ascension into heaven.
Furthermore, "The One Year Chronological Bible" divides the entire "New Living Translation" into 365 daily readings. This easy-to-use reading plan helps you get through the entire Bible in one year.
Other "One Year Bible" products are available in canonical order, in which a portion of the Old Testament, New Testament, Psalms, and Proverbs make up each daily reading. These "One Year Bible" products come in the New Living Translation, King James Version, and New International Version.
From the Back Cover
You can listen to the entire Bible in one year . . . in as little fifteen minutes a day! Now you can gain a better understanding of the order of biblical events and the historical context in which they unfolded. "The One Year Chronological Audio Bible" arranges the Bible text in the order the events actually happened. Prophetic books are interwoven with the historical accounts they accompanied. Psalms follow the events about which they were written. Proverbs are placed in the time frame in which they were compiled. The life of Christ is woven into one moving story. And Paul's letters to the young churches in the first century are integrated into the book of Acts. Includes 365 daily readings to help you listen through the Bible chronologically in one year. Features the clear and accurate New Living Translation, read word for word. Portable and perfect for commuters, exercise enthusiasts, business travelers, busy people, and those who are visually impaired. No other through the Bible plan presents the Bible in such a user-friendly format. The NLT One Year Chronological Bible was produced by Todd Busteed and Gap Digital, the team responsible for the original NLT audio Bible recordings.MP3 CDs are compatible with most portable MP3 devices, or they can be listened to using a computer or MP3-compatible compact disc player."
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Top Customer Reviews
This is not a dramatized version, however, the narrator does a fantastic job reading the Scriptures - It does not sound boring or dull at all.
My only disappointment with this product is that when you load the CDs onto your MP3 player, this products shows up as "Unknown," and there is no way to change this info. For the price (even at the current reduced price of $26.39,) the makers could have provided proper labeling for the discs. There are 5 discs. If you load them all at once onto your MP3 player, they all show up as "Unknown." To avoid confusion, I have opted to upload only one disc at any given time onto my MP3 player. This means that I will have to delete and upload 5 times a year. Not something I would have expected to have to do at this item's price point. It would have been helpful if they would have labeled the discs e.g. as: NLT-OYCB d1, etc., thru d5. This would make it much easier to navigate on the MP3 player menu. For this reason, I give the product 4 stars instead of 5. The daily readings in each "Unknown" disc are properly labeled.
All in all, I do enjoy this product very much.
I give it only three stars because the pages are so paper thin it can be hard to read for me with the opposite page's text cluttering up my vision. I realize in a thick book like a Bible, thin pages are probably a necessity, but it's not this bad in some of my other Bibles. I cannot see myself highlighting or underlining anything in this book for fear of permanently ruining it.
This doesn't make it a bad product, it's just a little thing that keeps it from being a great product.