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  • Genesis Journey

    $12.95

    Sandra Lund creates a poetic retreat that will enchant and sustain the reader, providing rich opportunity for spiritual enlightenment and a desire for further study of the ancient text of Genesis.

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  • 4 Gospels For Creative Journaling

    $16.99

    The Four Gospels-for Creative Journaling is a new way to get up close and personal with some of the most treasured books of the Bible. The complete texts of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John are printed on non-bleed paper with wide margins for your notes, illustrations, doodles, or coloring. The stories of Jesus come alive in a whole new way when you interact creatively while reading.

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  • Authorised Version Of The English Bible 1611 Job To Malachi

    $45.99

    The Authorised Version of the Bible, commonly known as the King James Bible, was first published in 1611. The most widely accepted rendering of the Scriptures for four hundred years, the 1611 Bible has become a classic of the English language, and countless of its original phrases have passed into standard idiomatic English. Most present-day editions incorporate conservative modernisations of spelling and punctuation introduced over a century and a half by subsequent editors and printers: the text that is commonly available is that of the 1769 revision, not that of 1611. There were two printings undertaken by Robert Barker, the King’s printer in that year, and there are many variations between these two issues. This edition, produced by the Cambridge scholar William Aldis Wright in the early twentieth century, accurately and uniquely represents the original text in a clear and readable form, together with a list of the variations between the two printings of 1611 – a feature that no conventional facsimile edition can offer.

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  • Authorised Version Of The English Bible 1611 Joshua To Esther

    $45.99

    The Authorised Version of the Bible, commonly known as the King James Bible, was first published in 1611. The most widely accepted rendering of the Scriptures for four hundred years, the 1611 Bible has become a classic of the English language, and countless of its original phrases have passed into standard idiomatic English. Most present-day editions incorporate conservative modernisations of spelling and punctuation introduced over a century and a half by subsequent editors and printers: the text that is commonly available is that of the 1769 revision, not that of 1611. There were two printings undertaken by Robert Barker, the King’s printer in that year, and there are many variations between these two issues. This edition, produced by the Cambridge scholar William Aldis Wright in the early twentieth century, accurately and uniquely represents the original text in a clear and readable form, together with a list of the variations between the two printings of 1611 – a feature that no conventional facsimile edition can offer.

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  • Authorised Version Of The English Bible 1611 Genesis To Deuteronomy

    $45.99

    The Authorised Version of the Bible, commonly known as the King James Bible, was first published in 1611. The most widely accepted rendering of the Scriptures for four hundred years, the 1611 Bible has become a classic of the English language, and countless of its original phrases have passed into standard idiomatic English. Most present-day editions incorporate conservative modernisations of spelling and punctuation introduced over a century and a half by subsequent editors and printers: the text that is commonly available is that of the 1769 revision, not that of 1611. There were two printings undertaken by Robert Barker, the King’s printer in that year, and there are many variations between these two issues. This edition, produced by the Cambridge scholar William Aldis Wright in the early twentieth century, accurately and uniquely represents the original text in a clear and readable form, together with a list of the variations between the two printings of 1611 – a feature that no conventional facsimile edition can offer.

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  • Authorised Version Of The English Bible 1611 Apocrypha

    $45.99

    The Authorised Version of the Bible, commonly known as the King James Bible, was first published in 1611. The most widely accepted rendering of the Scriptures for four hundred years, the 1611 Bible has become a classic of the English language, and countless of its original phrases have passed into standard idiomatic English. Most present-day editions incorporate conservative modernisations of spelling and punctuation introduced over a century and a half by subsequent editors and printers: the text that is commonly available is that of the 1769 revision, not that of 1611. There were two printings undertaken by Robert Barker, the King’s printer in that year, and there are many variations between these two issues. This edition, produced by the Cambridge scholar William Aldis Wright in the early twentieth century, accurately and uniquely represents the original text in a clear and readable form, together with a list of the variations between the two printings of 1611 – a feature that no conventional facsimile edition can offer.

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  • Apocrypha Readers Edition

    $9.95

    The Apocrypha (“hidden things”) is that collection of books included in the Greek Septuagint translation of the Hebrew Bible, or in the Latin Vulgate translation. While these books are not part of the Hebrew text that forms the canon for Judaism and Protestant Christianity, they are regarded as canonical by several Christian traditions. Additionally, scholars have pronounced the Apocrypha to be of great value in understanding the times between the Old and New Testaments and the place of Judaism in the Hellenistic and Roman periods.

    The deuterocanonical books consist of such genres as wisdom literature, historical fiction, histories, devotional writings, letters, and even apocalyptic material. Included are 1 Esdras; 1 & 2 Maccabees; Tobit; Judith; Esther (Greek); Song of the Three Young Men; Susanna; Bel and the Dragon; Wisdom of Solomon; Wisdom of Jesus, Son of Sirach (Ecclesiasticus); Baruch; Letter of Jeremiah; Prayer of Manasseh; and 2 Esdras.

    The Apocrypha is used by the Anglican, Eastern Orthodox, Lutheran, Methodist, and Roman Catholic traditions.

    Featuring readable 9-point type, this affordable slim volume is a convenient supplement to Bibles that don’t include the apocryphal texts; and is ideal for classroom use or personal study. It also includes an essay from John R. Kohlenberger III on the importance of the Apocrypha.

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  • Psalms Extra Large Print

    $8.00

    Extra large print Psalms in vinyl-covered hardback cover. Suitable for those with impaired vision and for evangelistic purposes.

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  • Gospel According To John Extra Large Print

    $2.00

    Attractive pictorial paperback. From our large-print range, this extra large-print Gospel according to John is suitable for evangelistic purposes.

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  • Apocrypha Text Edition

    $11.99

    Discover the “hidden” texts of the Old Testament Apocrypha and expand your knowledge of the world of the Bible. Those already familiar with the Apocrypha may want this volume to supplement a Bible that does not contain them.

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