The New Pilgrim Bible, Student Edition: King James Version (KJV)

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The Pilgrim Bible, first published in 1948 by Oxford University Press, was designed to help young people learn about their faith. However, it soon became apparent that this book was an invaluable resource for new Christians regardless of their age, and the Pilgrim ably served thousands of readers for some forty years. The New Pilgrim Bible, KJV carries on the legacy of its predecessor, but with the rearrangement of existing materials and the addition of factual data that enhance the value of the original book. Its features include a fresh page design and type face; book introductions (including brief outlines); explanations of biblical dispensations and covenants; boxed in-text notes, charts and black and white maps; the Words of Christ in red letter, a concordance; subject index; and, full color Oxford Bible Maps. The New Pilgrim Bible offers a wealth of enhanced information in a handy, affordable volume.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780195270921
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
  • Publication date: 1/28/2003
  • Pages: 2056
  • Product dimensions: 9.40 (w) x 6.20 (h) x 1.60 (d)

Table of Contents

Dedication vii
Contributors ix
Introduction xvii
About the Bible and Its Author xix
How We Got Our English Bible xxiii
The Old Testament
Concerning the Old Testament xxix
Genesis (Gen.)
Introduction 1
The Days of Creation 3
Dispensations in the Bible 4
Covenants in the Bible 5
The First Dispensation 5
The Edenic Covenant 6
The Adamic Covenant 9
The Second Dispensation 10
The Third Dispensation 18
The Noahic Covenant 19
The Fourth Dispensation 23
The Abrahamic Covenant 28
The Journeys of Abraham 32
The Family Tree of Abraham 40
The Journeys of Jacob 55
Joseph and His Brothers Go to Egypt 69
Exodus (Exod.)
Introduction 87
The Ten Plagues 101
The Gods and Goddesses of Egypt 105
The Exodus from Egypt 110
The Fifth Dispensation 117
The Mosaic Covenant 118
The Tabernacle and Its Furnishings 130
Leviticus (Lev.)
Introduction 153
Clean and Unclean Animals 170
Numbers (Num.)
Introduction 199
Israel's Complaints 220
Offerings for the Altar 228
Journey from the Wilderness to Canaan 259
Deuteronomy (Deut.)
Introduction 265
The Palestinian Covenant 308
Songs of the Bible 313
Joshua (Josh.)
Introduction 318
Miracles in Israel's Early History 323
The Conquest of Southern Canaan 329
The Conquest of Northern Canaan 338
Division of the Land 344
Judges (Judg.)
Introduction 358
Resisting God's Call 368
Battles of Gideon 370
Ruth
Introduction 396
Meaning of Names in Ruth 397
The Book of Ruth 399
1 Samuel (1 Sam.)
Introduction 404
David's Travels in the Service of Saul 440
The Encounters of Saul and David 447
2 Samuel (2 Sam.)
Introduction 453
David's Family Tree 457
The Davidic Covenant 463
David's Conquests 466
Plagues in the Old Testament 491
1 Kings
Introduction 492
King David's Accomplishments 496
The Divided Kingdom 515
Accomplishments of King Solomon 517
Places in the Ministry of Elijah 530
2 Kings
Introduction 542
Births Divinely Announced 549
Passover Observances in the Bible 587
Nebuchadnezzar's Campaigns Against Judah 590
1 Chronicles (1 Chron.)
Introduction 592
Literature of the Hebrew People 635
2 Chronicles (2 Chron.)
Introduction 636
Heathen Gods Worshipped in Israel and Judah 666
Exile of Northern Kingdom 677
Exile of Southern Kingdom 685
Ezra
Introduction 687
The Return from Exile 691
Nehemiah (Neh.)
Introduction 703
Public Readings of the Book of the Law 714
Esther
Introduction 724
The Persian Empire 727
Job
Introduction 736
Job's Losses and Restoration 776
Psalms (Ps.)
Introduction 777
Historical Connections of the Psalms 822
Shepherds in the Bible 837
Proverbs (Prov.)
Introduction 882
Wise People 890
Ecclesiastes (Eccles.)
Introduction 916
The Song of Solomon (Song)
Introduction 930
Isaiah (Isa.)
Introduction 941
Old Testament Prophets and Their Messages 965
The Assyrian Empire 982
Popular Readings from Isaiah 1006
Jeremiah (Jer.)
Introduction 1019
Famines in the Bible 1041
Temple Plunderers 1101
Lamentations (Lam.)
Introduction 1103
Ezekiel (Ezek.)
Introduction 1111
Daniel (Dan.)
Introduction 1185
The Neo-Babylonian Empire 1186
Hosea (Hos.)
Introduction 1210
Jerusalem During the Time of the Prophets 1221
Joel
Introduction 1223
Amos
Introduction 1229
Obadiah (Obad.)
Introduction 1241
Jonah (Jon.)
Introduction 1244
The Book of Jonah 1247
Micah (Mic.)
Introduction 1250
Nahum (Nah.) 1259
Introduction
Habakkuk (Hab.)
Introduction 1264
Zephaniah (Zeph.)
Introduction 1270
Haggai (Hag.)
Introduction 1275
Zechariah (Zech.)
Introduction 1278
Malachi (Mal.)
Introduction 1299
Between the Old and New Testaments 1305
The New Testament
Concerning the New Testament 1311
Matthew (Matt.)
Introduction 1313
The Journeys of Jesus' Birth 1317
Jesus' Baptism and Temptation 1319
Mark
Introduction 1375
Jesus' Ministry Beyond Galilee 1385
The Seven Cries from the Cross 1416
Luke
Introduction 1419
Jerusalem During the Ministry of Jesus 1464
John
Introduction 1478
Jesus in Galilee 1490
Acts
Introduction 1521
The Sixth Dispensation: The Church Age 1524
Countries of the People Mentioned at Pentecost 1525
Philip's and Peter's Missionary Journeys 1536
Paul's First Missionary Journey 1545
Paul's Second Missionary Journey 1553
Earthquakes in the Bible 1554
Paul's Third Missionary Journey 1559
Paul's Journey to Rome 1572
Romans (Rom.)
Introduction 1576
1 Corinthians (1 Cor.)
Introduction 1602
False Gods in New Testament Times 1612
2 Corinthians (2 Cor.)
Introduction 1626
Galatians (Gal.)
Introduction 1641
Ephesians (Eph.)
Introduction 1651
The Seventh Dispensation 1652
Philippians (Phil.)
Introduction 1660
Colossians (Col.)
Introduction 1667
1 Thessalonians (1 Thess.)
Introduction 1674
2 Thessalonians (2 Thess.)
Introduction 1680
1 Timothy (1 Tim.)
Introduction 1684
2 Timothy (2 Tim.)
Introduction 1693
Titus
Introduction 1699
Philemon (Philem.)
Introduction 1704
Hebrews (Heb.)
Introduction 1707
The New Covenant 1718
Great Heroes of the Faith 1726
James
Introduction 1731
1 Peter (1 Pet.)
Introduction 1740
2 Peter (2 Pet.)
Introduction 1750
1 John
Introduction 1756
2 John
Introduction 1765
3 John
Introduction 1767
Jude
Introduction 1769
Revelation (Rev.)
Introduction 1772
The Seven Churches of the Revelation 1776
The Seven Churches 1778
Outline for Revelation 6 to 20 1783
Subject Index 1807
Concordance 1843
Map Index 2049
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