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Doubleday Pocket Bible Guide
Linda L. Grenz
From The Publisher:
The best thing to have next to your Bible is the next best thing to the Bible, the Doubleday Pocket Bible Guide.
All sorts of guide books are available, all jam-packed with the most useful information a person could ever want: restaurant guides, travel guides, buyers' guides. But if you are looking for a guide to the Bible, you can look high and low and still come up empty; that is, until now.
Like many people, you may be curious about the Bible, but reluctant to open the cover. As a sacred book, is it only for ordained ministers and religious fanatics? You couldn't make sense of it as a kid, so what good is it now? But everybody seems to know about the Bible and people turn to it to find meaning in life or to understand God; perhaps it is time to read it for yourself.
The Doubleday Pocket Bible Guide is written and designed with you in mind. When you read the Bible, keep this guide handy, because it opens a whole new world to you. From cover to cover, it puts Scripture at your fingertips.
"Nine in ten Americans have at least one Bible in their homes, but nearly half of these Bible-owners rarely or never read the Bible. The Doubleday Pocket Bible Guide can help close this gap. It is an important companion for Americans who would like to know the Bible better and would like to see the Bible become an essential part of their lives."
About the Author
Linda L. Grenz, President of LeaderResources, consults with churches on leadership development and educational programs. An ordained Episcopal priest, Ms. Grenz lives in Northampton, Massachusetts.
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