Niv Bible In 90 Days Ebook

Author: Ted Cooper Jr.
Editor: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310943000
Size: 19,84 MB
Format: PDF
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“When I study the Bible, I prepare myself to talk to others. “When I read the Bible, God talks to me.” —D. L. Moody Just 12 Pages a Day That’s all it takes to read the Bible in ninety days. It’s easier than you thought! Once you break it down into bite-sized pieces, what may have seemed to be a formidable challenge becomes doable and enjoyable. Use it in conjunction with The Bible in 90 Days curriculum for all the benefits of sharing God’s Word in community, or use it by yourself. Either way, you’ll be fulfilling what for many Christians is a longstanding ambition: reading through the entire Bible. FEATURES • Start and end markers help you know where to begin each day’s reading. • Front matter articles, including “Why Read the Bible in 90 Days?” •Insights and encouragement from Ted Cooper, founder of The Bible in 90 Days program. And more! •New International Version—today’s most read, most trusted Bible translation. • Coordinates with The Bible in 90 Days curriculum. Join others in discovering the meaning and power of God’s word in community. Or read it effectively by yourself without the curriculum.

Doing The Bible Better

Author: Marek P. Zabriskie
Editor: Church Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 0819229326
Size: 12,74 MB
Format: PDF
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• Bible-reading program that transforms lives and the church experience • Develops the power of a daily disciplined spiritual practice Despite the fact that Episcopalians are among the best-educated Christian groups in the United States, they also rank among the least biblically literate denomination. The author maintains “we can do Bible better” and shows why it is absolutely critical to do so. How can this weakness become a strength and source of spiritual growth for Episcopalians, their churches, and dioceses? As an evangelist for biblical literacy and spiritual nourishment, Zabriskie shows the way forward for the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion.

The Bible In 90 Days Participant S Guide

Author: Ted Cooper, Jr.
Editor: Harper Collins
ISBN: 031026684X
Size: 14,54 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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14 sessions designed to help groups read the whole New International Version of the Bible in 90 days.

Contextual Frames Of Reference In Translation

Author: Ernst Wendland
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317640292
Size: 12,57 MB
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Bible translation theory and practice rightly tend to focus on the actual text of Scripture. But many diverse, yet interrelated contextual factors also play an important part in the implementation of a successful translation program. The aim of this coursebook is to explore, in varying degrees of detail, a wide range of these crucial situational variables and potential influences, using a multidisciplinary approach to the task. Thus, in order to expand and enrich the field of vision, a progressive study of this complex process of intercultural, interlinguistic communication is carried out according to a set of overlapping sociocultural, organizational and situational cognitive orientations. These contextual factors provide a broader frame of reference for analyzing, interpreting and communicating the original Scriptures in a completely new, contemporary setting of transmission and reception. The three dimensions are then applied in a practical way to explore the dramatic "throne-room" vision of the Apostle John (Revelation 4-5) with reference to both the original Greek text and also a modern dynamic translation in Chewa, a southeastern Bantu language of Africa. A variety of exercises and assignments to stimulate critical and creative reflection as well as to illustrate the theoretical development of Contextual Frames of Reference is provided every step of the way. Not only is translation per se discussed, but the teaching and evaluation of translated texts and versions are also considered from several points of view in the final three chapters. An Appendix offers a foundational essay by Professor Lourens de Vries on the subject of primary orality and the influence of this vital factor in the crosscultural communication of the Bible.

Discipline Yourself For Godliness

Author: John Barnett
Editor: BFM Books
ISBN: 0976331489
Size: 13,75 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Books Out Loud

Size: 19,67 MB
Format: PDF
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