Creedal Bible: KJV Edition, Black LeatherTouch

Creedal Bible KJV Edition Black LeatherTouch KJV text Bible with special front matter section that includes the most significant creeds of christian history with accessible commentary on their orgin meaning and importance Most Christians today

  • Title: Creedal Bible: KJV Edition, Black LeatherTouch
  • Author: Anonymous
  • ISBN: 9781433636080
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Leather Bound
  • KJV text Bible with special front matter section that includes the most significant creeds of christian history with accessible commentary on their orgin, meaning, and importance Most Christians today have lost contact with the historic creeds of the Christian faith Starting with the creeds in the New Testament itself and going on to the Apostle s Creed and others, thisKJV text Bible with special front matter section that includes the most significant creeds of christian history with accessible commentary on their orgin, meaning, and importance Most Christians today have lost contact with the historic creeds of the Christian faith Starting with the creeds in the New Testament itself and going on to the Apostle s Creed and others, this edition of the KJV Bible includes the most significant creeds of Christian history with accessible commentary on their origin, meaning, and importance Also included is an essay introducing the reader to the importance of creeds today.

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    • Becky says:

      It took me six weeks to read this one. I enjoyed the reading experience for the most part. Here's what you should know about this one.It is in the King James translation. For better or worse. Me, well, I love, love, love, CRAZY love Psalms and the gospels in the KJV. Verily, verily, I do. I don't love reading other books quite so much in the translation. Some passages sing--a phrase my mother uses all the time to describe translations that have beauty and depth and wonder. But I struggle with un [...]

    • Mark Jr. says:

      I’m being generous and hopeful with four stars; I love the idea of this KJV Reader’s Bible, and the the execution is both brilliant and deeply flawed at the same time. THE GOOD Let’s start with the good.Most importantly, this is a reader’s Bible: no chapter or verse numbers clutter the text. We get nicely paragraphed (though see “THE BAD” below), single-column text and a much smoother reading experience than most double-column, every-verse-a-paragraph settings of the KJV. I’m so gl [...]

    • Jeffrey Brannen says:

      I have been waiting for this book for a while. As the Reader's Versions have taken off with the ESV and Bibliotheca, I've wanted a KJV which retains the beauty of Elizabethan language but is adjusted to modern typesetting. This does a good job with that. Hard cover, but with a pleasant cover design. It lays flat and fits well in the hand. Solid but not too heavy. It retains the pronunciation helps in the text, but removes the chapter and verse numbers. Actually, the chapter divisions remain, the [...]

    • Becky says:

      How is the Creedal Bible different from other Bibles? Is it a necessary or beneficial publication? Who is the best match for the Creedal Bible?The Creedal Bible is essentially a text-only Bible with a few special features tucked in at the beginning and end of the Bible. The special features include a section prepared by Tom J. Nettles entitled "The Bible And Creeds." There are four creeds included in the Bible. They are: "The Apostles' Creed," "The Creed of Nicea," "The Nicaeno-Constantinopolita [...]

    • Julius McCarter says:

      The KJV Creedal Bible is includes special essays from Baptist historical theologian Tom Nettles that includes the most significant creeds of Christian history with accessible commentary on their origin, meaning, and importance. Large numbers of Christians today have lost contact with these historic creeds of the Christian faith. Starting with the creeds in the New Testament itself and going on to the Apostle's Creed and others, this edition of the KJV Bible includes the most significant creeds o [...]

    • Dan says:

      Creeds. Such documents detail what is believed by a group of people. It is meant to bring understanding and clarity. It allows all who read it to either agree to uphold it or seek another statement to follow.Creeds have been around for a long time. In Christendom, they have been used to teach orthodoxical truths and bring to light heresies. Sadly, many do not know some of the great creeds of the past and the history behind each of these creeds. The KJV Creedal Bible seeks to rectify this issue.T [...]

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