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THIS IS A COPY OF THE WORLD ENGLISH BIBLE IN PDF FORMAT, downloadable for you to... More > read on your computer!
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Bible Readings for the Home Circle - Illustrated
Heritage Edition—This 1914 edition text is combined with some 300 illustrations and some 110 poems from a 1923 printing.
This is a collection of readings on two hundred topics in which are... More > answered nearly four thousand questions on important spiritual and religious subjects, contributed by a large number of Bible students. Bible readings mean a topical study of the Bible by means of questions with answers from the Scriptures.
The reader of this volume will gain a clearer understanding of the Bible and of its practical value in everyday life. There will be a more comprehensive understanding of the end-time prophecies of the books of Daniel and Revelation, and such subjects such as the State of the Dead; What, When, and Where is Hell; The True Lord's Day; the Antichrist; the Rapture; the Mark of the Beast; Armageddon; the Millennium; and Eden Restored. A clear understanding of Bible teaching regarding such subjects will prove to greatly protect one from Satan's end-time deceptions.< Less
The Dore Gallery of Bible Illustrations
The Dore Gallery of Bible Illustrations worked b yGustave Dore. This volume, as its title indicates, is a collection of engravings illustrative of the Bible—the designs being all from the... More > pencil of the greatest of modern delineators, Gustave Dore. The original work, from which this collection has been made, met with an immediate and warm recognition and acceptance among those whose means admitted of its purchase, and its popularity has in no wise diminished since its first publication, but has even extended to those who could only enjoy it casually, or in fragmentary parts. That work, however, in its entirety, was far too costly for the larger and ever-widening circle of M. Dore's admirers, and to meet the felt and often-expressed want of this class, and to provide a volume of choice and valuable designs upon sacred subjects for art-loving Biblical students generally, this work was projected and has been carried forward.< Less
Wit and Humor of the Bible (Illustrated)
Wit and Humor of the Bible by Marion D. Shutter with 15 illustrations. “The title of this book will no doubt affect many persons unpleasantly at first. “Flat blasphemy!” I can hear... More > some one exclaim, “We have already had the authority of the Bible undermined by critics, and here is a flippant rogue who goes still farther, and assures us that it is nothing more than a jest-book! This is the very climax and culmination of godless folly.” The author makes haste, therefore, to disclaim any intention of irreverence.”< Less
The Bible: Illustrated King James Version
This complete edition of The King James Bible was designed for optimal navigation on Kindle Reader and other electronic devices. It has both book and chapter navigation links. In just a few clicks,... More > you can be reading any verse in the Bible. The Table of Contents lists all books of the Old and New Testaments, and Deuterocanonical literature. It also has the quick links to both the Old and New Testaments, Deuterocanonical literature, the Suggested Reading Lists, Glossary, List of Illustrations, and the A-Z Index. Just select the book you want to read and to go directly to it. Once you opened the book, you can select the chapter you want in just one click. In addition, this book includes Suggested Reading lists with links to text, a Glossary of biblical terms and illustrations by Gustave Dore. *Parts of proceeds from the sale of this work goes to Christian charities including the American Red Cross< Less
Apocrypha : Deuterocanonical Books of the Bible (Illustrated)
The Apocrypha are books of the Old Testament included in Roman Catholic and Orthodox Bibles as deuterocanonical (added to the earlier canon), but excluded from the Hebrew Bible and from most... More > Protestant Bibles. It is not certain why the term apocrypha (hidden things) was originally applied to them, but they were considered less authoritative than the other biblical books because of their relatively late origin (c. 300 BC - AD 100). Except for 2 Esdras, which was in Latin, they were part of the Septuagint. The other books placed after the Old Testament in the Revised Standard Version are the following: 1 and 2 Esdras, Tobit, Judith, Additions to the Book of Esther, Wisdom, Sirach (Ecclesiasticus), Baruch and the Letter (Epistle) of Jeremiah, Additions to Daniel (Prayer of Azariah, Song of the Three Hebrew Children, History of Susanna, Bel and the Dragon), the Prayer of Manasseh, and 1 and 2 Maccabees.< Less
The Expositor's Bible : The Book of Leviticus (Illustrated)
Perhaps no book in the Bible presents to the ordinary reader so many and peculiar difficulties as the book of Leviticus. Even of those who devoutly believe, as they were taught in their childhood,... More > that, like all the other books contained in the Holy Scriptures, it is to be received throughout with unquestioning faith as the very Word of God, a large number will frankly own in a discouraged way that this is with them merely a matter of belief, which their personal experience in reading the book has for the most part failed to sustain; and that for them so to see through symbol and ritual as to get much spiritual profit from such reading has been quite impossible.< Less
The Expositor's Bible : The Book of Genesis (Illustrated)
“If any one is in search of accurate information regarding the age of this earth, or its relation to the sun, moon, and stars, or regarding the order in which plants and animals have appeared... More > upon it, he is referred to recent text-books in astronomy, geology, and palæontology. No one for a moment dreams of referring a serious student of these subjects to the Bible as a source of information. It is not the object of the writers of Scripture to impart physical instruction or to enlarge the bounds of scientific knowledge. But if any one wishes to know what connection the world has with God, if he seeks to trace back all that now is to the very fountain-head of life, if he desires to discover some unifying principle, some illuminating purpose in the history of this earth, then we confidently refer him to these and the subsequent chapters of Scripture as his safest, and indeed his only, guide to the information he seeks. Every writing must be judged by the object the writer has in view. "< Less
The Expositor's Bible : The Book of Proverbs (Illustrated)
In attempting to make the book of Proverbs a subject of Expository Lectures and practical sermons it has been necessary to treat the book as a uniform composition, following, chapter by chapter, the... More > order which the compiler has adopted, and bringing the scattered sentences together under subjects which are suggested by certain more striking points in the successive chapters. By this method the great bulk of the matter contained in the book is brought under review, either in the way of exposition or in the way of quotation and allusion, though even in this method many smaller sayings slip through the expositor's meshes.< Less
Expositor's Bible : The Book of Job (Illustrated)
The Book of Job is the first great poem of the soul in its mundane conflict, facing the inexorable of sorrow, change, pain, and death, and feeling within itself at one and the same time weakness and... More > energy, the hero and the serf, brilliant hopes, terrible fears. With entire veracity and amazing force this book represents the never-ending drama renewed in every generation and every genuine life. It breaks upon us out of the old world and dim muffled centuries with all the vigour of the modern soul and that religious impetuosity which none but Hebrews seem fully to have known. Looking for precursors of Job we find a seeming spiritual burden and intensity in the Accadian psalms, their confessions and prayers; but if they prepared the way for Hebrew psalmists and for the author of Job, it was not by awaking the cardinal thoughts that make this book what it is, nor by supplying an example of the dramatic order, the fine sincerity and abounding art we find here welling up out of the desert.< Less