Holy Bible: Mosaic NLT

Holy Bible: Mosaic NLT

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by Tyndale
     
 
Encounter Christ on every continent and in every century of Christian History. A new genre of Bible—a weekly meditation Bible—Holy Bible: Mosaic is an invitation to experience Christ both in His word and in the responses of his people. Each week, as you reflect on guided Scripture readings aligned with the church seasons, you will receive a wealth

Overview

Encounter Christ on every continent and in every century of Christian History. A new genre of Bible—a weekly meditation Bible—Holy Bible: Mosaic is an invitation to experience Christ both in His word and in the responses of his people. Each week, as you reflect on guided Scripture readings aligned with the church seasons, you will receive a wealth of insight from historical and contemporary writings. Full-color artwork will engage the soul; quotes, hymns, prayers, and poems enhance the rich devotional experience. Also includes a Dictionary/Concordance, NLT word study system with Hebrew/ Greek dictionary. A beautiful layout of art and devotional content, and an online community and content (coming Fall 2009) will extend the experience.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781414322032
Publisher:
Tyndale House Publishers
Publication date:
10/01/2009
Series:
Meditations Series
Pages:
1340
Sales rank:
436,924
Product dimensions:
5.80(w) x 8.70(h) x 1.80(d)

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Holy Bible: Mosaic NLT 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
WendyAK More than 1 year ago
This was an interesting new way to view the Bible. This BIBLE is more for devotions and teachings, study, and the like. But even those who are not into a deep study of the Bible, will find this one a very interesting look and a Bible they'll enjoy reading and pulling out. It's easy to read and teaches many new things. I truy enjoy having this Bible in my home and would recommend it for others.
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TrishPerry More than 1 year ago
The Mosaic Holy Bible makes a lovely addition to any Bible student's collection. The variety offered in each week's study is a rich highlight. "Epiphany, Week 6," for example, is focused on Seeking and Saving. Under that umbrella we have numerous scripture readings, accompanied by a Chinese painting depicting The Parable of the Lost Son; a short message about joyful evangelism; another (by Dan Kimball) cautioning us against isolationism; an excellent application devotional by Jay Blevins; a short teaching by Greek theologian Athanasius of Alexandria; an applicable quote by Richard Baxter of 17th Century England; a prayer by Sir Francis Drake; and a place for the student to write in "Reflection." This is the perfect Bible for the student who struggles to stay with studies that become rote. Mosaic brings the reader something new every day.
MPadrelanan More than 1 year ago
The cover itself is already a work of art featuring a cross mosaic in front. The Apostle's Creed is featured on its back cover. The first part of the book is the Mosaic Weekly Devotions, the second part is the Bible itself in New Living Translation. Here is a more detailed description of the Bible. The way I see it, The Holy Bible Mosaic is actually two books in one cover. In fact, the publishers have clearly separated it by using a different paper for the Weekly Devotions and the Bible. The paper for weekly devotions are the kind that you can easily write on. The paper used for the Bible is the tissue type paper - its the usual kind of paper that I see Bibles printed on. It's the first time I have read an NLT Bible. It's a surprise for me because it is so easy to read. I can compare it to reading a fiction book where the words are simple and the writing is easy to understand. I appreciate it. I appreciate the fact that I have my Bible and my guide for weekly reading in one book. It's also good to have a theme for each week fusing my Bible reading together for the week. The Holy Bible Mosaic team of editors wanted to show that all of our lives is part of a mosaic. A mosaic that will all come together to show the beauty of the work of God in each of our lives. No matter that all of us come from different parts of the world and diverse circumstances, each one of us is a tesserae in God's mosaic.
gahome2mom More than 1 year ago
I wanted to learn more about the Holy Bible: Mosaic NLT so I signed up for the tour. I was unfamiliar with the New Living Translation, since I mostly use the King James Version and the NKJV Bibles. I come with an open mind and heart to further my knowledge of God's Word. About NLT The New Living Translation, was first published in 1996. There have been several updates with the goal of creating easy-to-read, understandable text, conveying the meaning and content of the ancient Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek to aid the contemporary English readers. This version is recommended for Bible study, devotional reading and for reading aloud in worship services. My Thoughts I am not a theological student or professional Bible scholar, and I know little about "formal-equivalence" and "dynamic equivalence translations," but I do know that the NLT has been created to relay a contemporary English text so that you and I can more easily understand God's Word. I have found the Mosaic to be beautifully written and well thought out. I applaud each and every member on the Bible Translation Team for doing such a great job. The Mosaic has many wonderful features such as hymns, poems, prayers, etc. all ranging from ancient past time lines. You can learn more about the NLT in the introduction. I believe the Mosaic will be helpful in my daily walk with Christ, as I reflect on God's Word.