NKJV Ignite: The Bible for Teensby Thomas Nelson
Make the Bible relevant to your life! How can a book that was written thousands of years ago help teens with the challenges they face every day? Ignite is an interactive Bible that will introduce today’s teens to the Word of God in a fresh and unique way with features that introduce parts of the scriptures that are often overlooked or ignored./b>/b>
Make the Bible relevant to your life! How can a book that was written thousands of years ago help teens with the challenges they face every day? Ignite is an interactive Bible that will introduce today’s teens to the Word of God in a fresh and unique way with features that introduce parts of the scriptures that are often overlooked or ignored. Ignite will deepen both understanding and devotion.
- Find It Fast—A table of contents and topical index on the inside cover so it’s easy to find what you need
- Spotlight—In depth features about the big story of God and His people
- White Hot Topics—Articles that deal with major issues that teens face today
- Flash Points—Smaller articles that introduce teens to topics and stories they don’t know are in the Bible
- Sparks—Highlights of Bible promises to deepen faith
- Soul Fuel—Relevant verses pulled out for memorization
Part of the Signature Series line of Thomas Nelson Bibles
The New King James Version®—More than 60 million copies sold in 30 years
- Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
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- Product dimensions:
- 6.20(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.90(d)
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It has a very easy to use navigational system and I love the tidbits of information and encouragement.
Recently I have had the opportunity to review the NKJV Ignite bible for teens. This is a very impressive bible, that is sure to catch the teenaged reader's attention. Literally, the appealing graphics make you want to read this bible. The coordinated two tone graphics: orange and brown and the modern, easy to read text and layout presentation is perfect for teenaged readers (as well as other readers as well). Paragraph titles are in bold, contrasting colored text. As an adult, even I found myself wishing the word "Teen" was not printed in the cover so that I could use this as my main bible. I almost can not imagine a more perfectly designed bible. The textured soft cover with an embossed flame graphic is just another attention to detail in this well designed bible. This bible is more than a visual volume. There are a number of study helps in this bible, such as short articles about applying spiritual concepts for today's generation. There is an extensive guide to key bible words as well as modern full color maps and a quick where to turn to topical guide. There is also a topical index in the front as well. These features make this a good overall bible. Unlike gender specific bibles, this bible is just as suited for boys as well as girls. The NKJV is frequently used translation by Thomas Nelson publishers for their themed bibles. The NKJV is a literal and trustworthy translation for serious study. For teens and younger readers who may be new to the bible, the NKJV may difficult to understand as well as for many of today's readers in general. While the gospels are straightforward regardless of the translation, other bible books may be less clear in the NKJV. This is especially evident in the Psalms, and other old testament books as well as the letters in the New Testament where the subtleties of the NKJV are more difficult for certain deeper theological and spiritual concepts. At times, especially for new bible readers, this can prove to be a impediment to truly understanding God's word. This is not a problem for seminary students of course, and proves to be useful for serious theological study. Yet for a new reader to the bible it is an impediment to understanding God's word. Ironically, a bible marketed towards teens is based on a literal, somewhat difficult translation. The only improvement is that firstly I would have liked to see this teen bible offered in the CEV also published by Thomas Nelson or even the NLT and secondly, an adult version for adults to use. As a blogger for booksneeze I received this book for the purpose of writing this review.
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