NRSV Cambridge Two-Year Daily Reading Edition Sewn Paperback: The Complete Bible Arranged in Short Daily Readings Spread Over Two Years: Daily Reading ... in Short Daily Readings Spread Over Two Years

NRSV Cambridge Two-Year Daily Reading Edition Sewn Paperback: The Complete Bible Arranged in Short Daily Readings Spread Over Two Years: Daily Reading ... in Short Daily Readings Spread Over Two Years

by Baker Book House (Creator)

Synopsis

An innovative new way to read the Bible. The Bible is the most influential book in the history of western culture, and has exerted a formative influence on the English language. Yet how many of us have read it all the way through? This new edition enables everyone who has previously been put off reading the Bible to share in the riches of this enduring text. It divides the Bible up into short daily readings designed to take up only 5-10 minutes every day, spread over a period of two years. The translation used is the modern and respected New Revised Standard Version. * short daily readings of 5-10 minutes a day * you can start on any day of the year * days are numbered, rather than dated, so that you can miss days without having to catch up with the reading schedule * passages from the Old and New Testaments are interspersed with Psalms and Proverbs to provide variety * the pages are laid out simply and attractively to make reading easier * a bookmark is provided with the paperback, and a ribbon marker with the hardcover * a table is included to guide you to the readings appropriate for Christmas, Easter and other special days

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 1312
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Published: 31 Aug 1995

ISBN 10: 0521508886
ISBN 13: 9780521508889

Media Reviews
'the Cambridge Daily Reading Bible admirably fulfils its intended purpose. It is handsomely produced, clearly set out, easy and flexible to use.' Times Literary Supplement
The NRSV is a handsome version, and the book is handomely produced. I must say that I would find this programme a restful and satisfying way to read the Bible. Priests and People
An enterprising individual could scheme up their own reading plan - but the advantage of the Cambridge Daily Reading Bible is that the hard work has already been done. Baptist Times