Student's Guide To The Bible [NOOK Book]

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Give your favorite student The Student's Guide to the Bible-providing the two-in-one benefits of a traditional Bible handbook plus topical guidance on contemporary life issues. New resource provides quick topical guidance for the issues Christian high school and college students face, with all the benefits of a traditional Bible handbook.
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Student's Guide To The Bible

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Overview


Give your favorite student The Student's Guide to the Bible-providing the two-in-one benefits of a traditional Bible handbook plus topical guidance on contemporary life issues. New resource provides quick topical guidance for the issues Christian high school and college students face, with all the benefits of a traditional Bible handbook.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781607423652
  • Publisher: Barbour Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/1/2008
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 256
  • File size: 36 MB
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Meet the Author


Stephen M. Miller is a seminary-educated journalist and bestselling freelance writer. His Who’s Who and Where’s Where in the Bible won the Retailer’s Choice Award as best nonfiction book of the year. The Bible: A History won best nonfiction book of the year in England.

 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 19, 2008

    This book is going to college

    My kids are going to love this unusual, wonderfully illustrated Bible guide. High school and college students helped create it, and it shows. The book is a 3-parter. The biggest section deals with life topics affecting kids today¿topics they have questions about. Some are controversial, like abortion, homosexuality, and masturbation. Some are practical, like what the Bible says about tattoos (the answer surprised me, since I didn¿t think the Bible said anything about it). Each topic is loaded with relevant excerpts from the Bible. Some are accompanied by short feature articles. On tough issues that the Bible doesn¿t address directly¿but that kids wonder about¿ the writer simply reports what Bible experts have to say about the topics, and the evidence they use to support their case. Here¿s the caption under an engaging close-up of a young lady¿s eyes, in the section dealing with ¿lust.¿ Caption title: Eyes of the beholder. Caption text: ¿Seen through eyes of love, another person is our master¿someone we want only to please. Seen through the eyes of lust, another person is our servant¿someone we want only to please us.¿ Cool definition. Especially for hormonally charged kids. The second big section of the book introduces each book of the Bible, condensing the main points to two pages each. A bit like Cliff Notes with pictures. It covers topics like ¿Biggest Idea,¿ ¿Biggest Scene,¿ and ¿Sum it up.¿ The last section highlights 50 of the most famous heroes and jerks of the Bible. It¿s just a little add-on feature, but it¿s cleverly written and illustrated. The book looks like a great way to get kids to crack open their Bibles.

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