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Item description for New Japanese Bible: BI20 (Japanese Edition) by World of Life Press Ministries...
Overview New Japanese Bible Center, Tokyo, Japan 3rd edition ((C)2003), medium size print, pronunciation marks, cross-references, text notes, color maps. Gray vinyl flexible cover with gray jacket. NJB produced by Japan's top Evangelical Greek/Hebrew scholars, used in Evangelical churches and quoted in Evangelical publications.< NJB (Shinkaiyaku) literal translation from Greek and Hebrew, trustworthy for teaching doctrine, used in Evangelical churches. First published 1970 (NT 1965), and revised 1978, 2003.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.54" Width: 6.12" Height: 1.84" Weight: 2.14 lbs.
Release Date Jan 25, 2006
Publisher WORD OF LIFE PRESS MINISTRIES
ISBN 4264020018 ISBN13 9784264020011
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A trustworthy translation Feb 28, 2006
Note to this site: Please get an image from the distributor or ask the publisher.This Bible is not paperback, it has a very durable and flexible gray vinyl cover with a gray jacket. I had to check the ISBN # on my copy to be sure it was the same Bible. This is the translation my church in Japan uses, as do probably most Evangelical Protestant churches in Japan. The New Japanese Bible translation (called the Shinkaiyaku) was produced by a group of top Evangelical scholars (NT 1965, OT 1970) as a trustworthy translation to teach doctrine, so it is quite literal. This is the 2003 revision. It has cross references on every page and color maps in the back. Pronunciation marks (furigana) are on all Chinese characters (kanji). If you want to introduce the Bible to someone completly unfamiliar with the Bible, try the paraphrases like the Japanese Living Bible. For an even more appealing introduction for young people, try the Manga Bible Story-Japanese.