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eBook GW Personal Size Giant Print Bible Black Duravella epub
  • ISBN: 0801013429
  • Author: Baker Publishing Group
  • Genre: Christians
  • Subcategory: Bible Study & Reference
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Baker Books; Larger Print edition (September 7, 2009)
  • ePUB size: 1972 kb
  • FB2 size 1114 kb
  • Formats txt lit mbr azw


The single-column format and generous 1. point font makes reading a pleasure

The single-column format and generous 1. point font makes reading a pleasure.

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Publisher: Baker Books, 2009. God's Word Translation (GW) communicates the saving, life-changing Good News about Jesus in clear, natural English. Translated directly from the Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek, GW is an exceptional literary work that consciously combines scholarly fidelity with natural English.

Baker Publishing Group. Translated by. Messianic Jewish Bible Society. Sewn,Leather, Imitation. Baker Academic, Div of Baker Publishing Group.

Imitation Leather Black Book Black Letter. The result is a translation that is accurate, readable, reverential, and true to the Hebrew roots of the Christian faith.

My opinions are my own.

Book Introductions and Outlines. Book introductions take around a half page and include information about the author, setting, key events, repeated phrases, key verses, etc. The outlines are very simple and cover the major events of each book. They show the books of the Bible that they relate to. They include: World of Genesis. My opinions are my own.

The result is a translation that is accurate, readable, reverential, and true to the Hebrew roots of the Christian faith. introductions to each book of the Bible and the major sections of Scripture · a glossary with key Scripture references · cross references for studying biblical topics · an extensive concordance · Jewish blessings and benedictions · weekly Torah readings (Parashat) · maps of Israel

The comprehensive collection of features includes: -Introductions and outlines for each book of the Bible - Bottom of the page cross references for studying Scripture - Concordance for finding familiar passages, doing - word studies, and following biblical themes - Words of Christ in red - Ribbon marker in bonded leather bindings - Presentation page - Family records section - Key Bible promises - Miracles and parables of Jesus - Eight pages of. full-color maps - Bible reading plans.

A Large Print Bible In an Easy-to-Carry SizeGod's Word Translation (GW) communicates the saving, life-changing Good News about Jesus in clear, natural English. Translated directly from the Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek, GW is an exceptional literary work that consciously combines scholarly fidelity with natural English.This large print edition includes features such as• large 12.5-point type• convenient, portable size• single-column, paragraph format• presentation page• ribbon marker• black letter text• translation and textual notes• the teachings of Jesus index• application index
Comments: (7)
Kagrel
This is the 4th Bible I've downloaded, looking for one that is user-friendly on Kindle. At last, I can just type "John 3.16" and go there with just one extra click. That's better than: "New Testament"...click...arrow down, down, down..."John"...click...Arrow down, down..."Chapter 3"...click...arrow/page to "16". Now maybe I can get to the reference before the sermon is over!

I don't know this translation, though, haven't met it before. It uses "closest natural equivalent" to get the most readable English phrasing while staying true to the original text. It's somewhere between word-for-word translation and full-out paraphrasing. For instance, John 3:16 becomes: "God loved the world this way: He gave his only Son so that everyone who believes in him will not die but will have eternal life.".

Romans 3:23-24 is "Because all people have sinned, they have fallen short of God's glory. They receive God's approval freely by an act of his kindness through the price Christ Jesus paid to set us free from sin.".

Not bad, but I'll probably keep cross-referencing to other translations for a while. :-)
Wilalmaine
First of all, let me say that the God's Word translation is excellent. They aren't afraid to put aside the King James in order to more faithfully convey the original languages.

My problem is with the search feature. Crossway Bibles' latest edition of the ESV for Kindle remains the one to beat. The ESV offers an excellent direct look-up option through the Kindle's index feature. Go to index, type jn 3 16, hit enter, and you've got John 3:16. Index, mk 16, and you've got Mark's account of the resurrection. The abbreviations are as short as possible while remaining logical and memorable, and the index doesn't require you to type in symbols like "." or ":".

This edition of the GW translation has a direct look-up option, but it REPLACES the search feature! You can't search "living water" or "body of Christ." I tried searching "spirit" and it took me to somewhere in Titus. Half the point of having a book on the Kindle is so you can search it! The publishers need to emulate the ESV on this one. If they do, I'll happily give them my money. I would love to relegate the ESV to secondary status on my Kindle, but until Baker catches up, it'll have to do.
Sharpbrew
One of the beauties of a Kindle is that it allows one to have multiple translations of the Bible in compact form. One of the drawbacks of most e-Bibles is the difficulty of navigating through their text to locate specific passages. Baker Publishing Group's Holy Bible, GOD'S WORD Translation (GW) (with direct verse lookup and book and chapter navigation) may have solved this issue.

This is a more contemporary translation than I typically use. Based on a comparison using Zondervan's Contemporary Comparative Side-by-Side Study Bible, the Holy Bible GOD'S WORD Translation appears to be of the same type as the New International Version and New Living Translation. While I personally prefer the language of the King James or New King James versions, I will probably use the Holy Bible GOD'S WORD Translation during group study sessions.

Holy Bible, GOD'S WORD Translation (GW) (with direct verse lookup and book and chapter navigation) has, by far, the easiest and most intuitive direct verse look-up and navigation of any of the four e-Bibles I have downloaded. Unlike these e-Bibles' navigation systems, with Baker Publishing Group's version one simply enters the first four letters, with a few exceptions, of the desired book followed by a space and then the chapter and verse entry separated by either a period or a colon. When there are multiple books of the same name, one enters the number of the desired book followed by a space and then the first two letters of the book.

An introductory section provides the list of abbreviations. So that I have the abbreviations available for others to use, I created a spreadsheet putting "OLD" in bold on the first row which had no outlining. Then I continued the spreadsheet, outlining each cell, with the dimensions 5 columns and 8 rows; I listed the abbreviations vertically, e.g. the abbreviation for Exodus under that for Genesis. I then skipped a row, putting "NEW" in bold without any outlining, and listed 6 abbreviations per column, again outlining each cell. After cutting the chart out, I covered it with clear Contact and now carry it in the front pocket of my Kindle cover.

If you are seeking a contemporary translation and want an e-Bible that is extremely easy to navigate, you need look no further. You will find that the Holy Bible GOD'S WORD Translation from Baker Publishing Group is a 5-star e-Bible.
Xmatarryto
I really like the wording in this Bible for my teen who has dyslexia and can get bogged down with sentence structure of typical translations. I haven't come across a passage that I feel was mis-translated or skews the meaning. I typically prefer ESV, NASB, and sometimes use NIV. This has such an easy flow to how it is worded that it brings scripture to life and makes it applicable.
Ironrunner
While this translation is easy to read and follow, my preference is King James because other translations, like "God's Word" looses some of the intended meaning when translated. This happens frequently due to key words being dropped or close, but not accurately replaced when translated to modern language.
Kalv
Yes, I do use it myself as I am so enjoy to study it myself. It does making me understand and clear out loud! I did give you all five stars!
Xaluenk
This Bible has the best navigation I have seen on any of my 7 or 8 Kindle versions of the Bible. In fact, it is hard to imagine a more efficient indexing system. You simply start typing in the reference using some commensensical abbreviations, click, and you're there. SOOO much easier than other versions. I always use this version in church, where the pastor jumps around to different verses. For reading, when I know I will be in one section for awhile, I will consult other translations sometimes, but I haven't had any issues with the translation so far. It is a modern-sounding translation that seems accurate as far as I can tell (I am far from a Biblical scholar).

I got this book for FREE but it is definitely worth the current asking price of $7.99. It will become your go-to "in church" Bible, I promise.
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