Biblia de Estudio del Diario Vivir Ntv, Tamaño Personal (Letra Roja, Tapa Rústica) (Paperback)

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La Biblia de estudio del diario vivir contin a siendo una de las Biblias de estudio de mayor venta, ganadora de varios premios. Esta edici n de tama o personal contiene el texto claro y comprensible de la Nueva Traducci n Viviente.

Con casi 10.000 notas y cientos de mapas y cuadros, esta Biblia incorpora erudici n actualizada para responder a las preguntas de la vida diaria. M's de cien perfiles biogr ficos resaltan los principales personajes b blicos, y cada libro va acompa ado de una introducci n, esquema, cronolog a y datos importantes para que todo lector obtenga una mejor comprensi n del contexto en el que fue escrita la Biblia. Tambi n incluye:
  • Referencias cruzadas
  • El tiempo entre el Antiguo y el Nuevo Testamento
  • Una armon a de los Evangelios
  • Una concordancia amplia de la NTV
  • Recursos para el obrero cristiano
  • 16 mapas a todo color
  • Palabras de Cristo en rojo y una p gina de presentaci n

The Biblia de estudio del diario vivir Life Application Study Bible] continues to be one of the best-selling study Bibles, now having won several awards. This Personal Size edition contains the clear and understandable text of the Nueva Traducci n Viviente.

With nearly 10,000 notes and hundreds of maps and charts, this Bible incorporates current scholarship in answering real-life questions. More than 100 biographical profiles highlight key Bible characters, and each book is accompanied by an introduction, outline, timeline, and vital statistics to help the reader gain a deeper understanding of the context in which the Scriptures were written. It also includes:
  • Cross-references
  • The Time Between the Old and New Testaments
  • A Harmony of the Gospels
  • An extensive NTV concordance
  • A Christian Worker's Resource
  • 16 full-color maps, words of Christ in red letter and a presentation page

Product Details
ISBN: 9781496440747
ISBN-10: 1496440749
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers
Publication Date: September 3rd, 2019
Pages: 2512
Language: Spanish


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