100 Verse Bible: The Essence of the Worlds Most Powerful Book

100 Verse Bible: The Essence of the Worlds Most Powerful Book


By (author) Mark Stibbe


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  • Publisher: Monarch Books
  • Format: Paperback | 128 pages
  • Dimensions: 89mm x 165mm x 6mm | 91g
  • Publication date: 4 August 2010
  • Publication City/Country: Oxford
  • ISBN 10: 1854249339
  • ISBN 13: 9781854249333
  • Illustrations note: No
  • Sales rank: 188,254

Product description

This collection of 100 verses provides an easy way to discover the Bible, particularly in view of 2011 - The Year of the Bible (2011 is the 400th anniversary of the first publication of the KJV). Each verse has a brief explanation of context and importance. The underlying concept is that the verses, taken together, should explain the narrative of salvation which runs through the Bible. The Bible text will appear in the Authorised (King James) Version with the NIV alternative below.

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Author information

The Revd Dr Mark Stibbe leads the Father's House Trust, based in Watford. He has written many books, including the acclaimed A Box of Delights (Monarch) and is a popular speaker both in the UK and throughout the rest of Europe.

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In his original and readable style Mark Stibbe has attractively illuminated the character of Our Father - the God who is our ultimate rock of paternal love and trust.A" - Jonathan Aitken For me this book has changed the way I look at God, my life and my faith. Groundbreaking and skilful inkmanship of the highest order.A" - G.P. Taylor, New York Times bestselling author of the Shadowmancer Saga A wonderful resource. Dr Stibbe has condensed God's epic history of salvation into an accessible and appealing love story. I encourage you to buy this, either to give away to enquiring friends, or as a source of great refreshment for yourself.A" - Ruth Graham