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Item description for NASB Life Application Study Bible Indexed
Burgundy Bond Leather by Ronald A. Beers...
The Updated New American Standard Bible is today's popular, word-for-word, literal translation. This edition is in an easy-to-read large print format. The 1990 Gold Medallion Award winner! New American Standard Bible translation 1995 Update.
*Thousands of Life Application notes help explain God's Word and challenge readers to apply the truth of Scripture to life
*Personality profiles highlight over 100 important Bible characters
*Book introductions provide vital statistics, overview, and timeline to help readers understand the message of each book
*200 thumbnail maps highlight important Bible places and events
*260 charts help explain difficult concepts and relationships
*Harmony of the Gospels built right into the text of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John
*Daily reading plan
* Presentation Page
* Family records section
* Single Column Format
* Side-column cross references
* Index to Notes
* Index to Charts
* Index to Maps
* Index to Personality Profiles
* Scripture Text: 8 Point
* Note Text: 8 Point
* 16 pages of color maps & diagrams
* Gilt page edges
* Ribbon marker
* 6 3/4" x 9 1/2" x 2"
* Bonded Burgundy Leather
* Thumb Index
THUMB-INDEXED EDITION A great choice for helping you apply biblical truths to your life, the NASB Life Application(r) Study Bible has over 10,000 application notes to help you understand the message of Scripture and apply it to your life in practical ways. Character sketches allow you to learn from the lives of key Bible personalities while charts, time lines and a concordance enhance your study experience. This unique Bible is full of study directives to help you discover how God s Word applies to your life today. Features: The most literal word-for-word translation the New American Standard Bible Over 10,000 in-text application notes Over 100 character profiles Charts, time lines, concordance, and other study helps"
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.99" Width: 7.47" Height: 2.1" Weight: 3.7 lbs.
Binding Leather, Bonded
Release Date May 16, 2000
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
ISBN 0310916399 ISBN13 9780310916390
Bible Binding: Bonded Leather Color: Burgundy Point/Type Size: 9.00 Version: NAS95 Boxed Presentation: Yes - Comes Boxed! Family Info Section: Yes Introduction: Yes - Features Introduction! Concordance: Yes - Built In Concordance Maps: Yes - Contains Maps Outlines: Yes - Contains Outlines Gilded: Yes - Pages are gilded! Indexed: Yes - Comes Indexed Ribbon Marker: Yes - Keep's your place! Presentation Bible: Yes
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More About Ronald A. Beers
Ron Beers has worked at Tyndale House Publishers since 1987, serving as editorial director for books and Bibles, as well as editor-in-chief; he currently serves as senior vice president and group publisher. He has written or cowritten more than 30 books. Ron was involved in the creation of the Holy Bible, New Living Translation, and he has been a member of the Central Bible Translation Committee since 1988. Ron was also the creator and general editor of The Life Application Study Bible. He has been happily married since 1979 and has three grown children and one grandchild.
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Reviews - What do customers think about NASB Life Application Study Bible Indexed
Burgundy Bond Leather?
Thoroughly enjoying!!!! Mar 8, 2007
I finished my last reading of the Bible using the Living version and enjoyed being able to understand most of what was being said. Now I wanted to study the Bible more closely, but still wanted the reading to be ease without loosing meaning. This Bible has delivered on that hope!
Great product, Great price! Jan 18, 2007
I bought this for my husband. We both like the accuracy of the NASB, but it is hard to find a "Life Application" in this version, in the Christain bookstores. Also, the version itself when leather bound is usually high. The list price is absolutely accurate at over $80. I was lucky to get this at a sale price. The leather was black and had gold edging. Very nice.
Very Sturdy Bible Jan 3, 2007
This bible is well built; the binding look very sturdy and should last a long time. I also appreciate the NASB version. The notes & guides are very helpful; they getting me thinking on another level; a real 'God Touch'.
A Lifetime Companion on the Road to Glory Jun 9, 2006
There are three big decisions involved in getting a Bible, not counting expense.
The first is the translation. If you want something to give you an easy, casual reading, and you don't care about accuracy, then the NASB is not for you. If you want something that is fairly accurate, but don't really care if it is precise or not, then the NASB may or may not be the best choice for you.
If, however, you believe that the Bible is the Word of God, and you want it translated into readable modern English as precisely as possible, because you want to apply the Word of God to your own life, then there is NO other translation that will do. From my perspective in comparing both the Hebrew and the Greek, there is no other translation that even comes close to the NASB for accuracy, with the possible exception of the NKJV, which to me ranks a fairly distant second.
The NASB is written in clear, readable 12th-grade-level English. That makes it a bit difficult to read for some. If you are willing to put forth the effort to let your life be stretched by the Word, however, is it not also worth the effort to let your English be stretched by the most accurate translation?
One of the commentators on here mentioned that he preferred the NRSV over the NASB for accuracy. I'm afraid that is simply not correct. The NRSV is loaded with inaccuracies in translation, which appear to me to have been deliberately inserted to skew the translation in favor of a particular theological viewpoint, making it one of the LEAST accurate translations available.
The second big decision is what kind of study helps to get. I find the Life Application editions well organized, easy to use, and Biblically sound, but to each their own. I suggest looking at some friends' copies to decide for yourself.
The third is what kind of cover. The top-grain leather is the only one that will last a lifetime. (I know, I've worn out two split-grain editions and a couple of vinyl editions.)
Don't think of it as a book. Think of it as a lifetime companion on the road to glory.
Best Quality for this Bible Jul 19, 2005
If you do your research, you will see that this is the best quality bible for a thumb indexed NASB Life Application Bible. If you want your bible to last as long as your notes in the bible, then this is the bible for you. Top grain cowhide rather than bonded leather is the way to go. Spend the money up front and get this bible. You won't be sorry.