NIV Cross-reference Bible

NIV Cross-reference Bible

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In this edition, centre column cross-references highlight related passages in other parts of the Bible and the concordance at the back lists where key words appear throughout, making this edition perfect for anyone wishing to study the Bible closely.The New International Version of the Bible (NIV) was commissioned by the International Bible Society (IBS). Its mission is to reach out to people around the world with a faithful translation of God's word. The NIV was created by the Committee on Bible Translation (CBT), which is an independent body made up of renowned biblical linguists and scholars.This edition uses anglicised text, with British spelling, grammar and punctuation to allow the Bible to be read fluently and understood more more

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  • Hardback | 1344 pages
  • 310 x 450 x 190mm
  • Hodder & Stoughton General Division
  • Hodder & Stoughton Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0340979518
  • 9780340979518

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'I went over every word of the NIV text in depth. I found it to be a wonderful balance of accuracy and accessibility, and I've used the NIV as my standard text ever since.' -- Philip Yancey 'The NIV has the clarity of our modern language without losing any of the poetry; it is accessible but avoids being over-familiar.' -- David Suchet 'The NIV is excellent. It uses clear, uncluttered, modern English, yet it seeks to convey the meaning of the original as clearly as possible ...No translation is perfect: but this one ranks with the best.' -- Don Carson 'The Bible is the only reliable data we have about God. The NIV is a trusted Bible translation - it communicates clearly and relevantly to our world today. I would encourage every Christian and every seeker to read this reliable translation daily and thoughtfully.' -- Canon J. John 'I warmly commend it.' -- John Stottshow more

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The translators of the New International Version of the Bible were chosen from a wide range of denominations and various countries to form the Committee on Bible Translation, a working group overseen by the International Bible more