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New Geneva study Bible : bringing the light of the Reformation to Scripture : New King James Version

Author: Luder G Whitlock; R C Sproul; Bruce K Waltke; Moisés Silva
Publisher: Nashville : T. Nelson, ©1995.
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The original Geneva Bible was published in 1560 and helped spark a spiritual revolution in the English-speaking world. The New Geneva Study Bible stands in the tradition of the original Geneva Bible, helping you discover Reformed thought as you study the word of God. Combining modern scholarship with the insights of reformers such as John Calvin, Martin Luther, John Know, and Theodore Beza, this study Bible offers a  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Luder G Whitlock; R C Sproul; Bruce K Waltke; Moisés Silva
ISBN: 0840710917 9780840710918
OCLC Number: 40444748
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xix, 2058, 128 pages : maps (some color) ; 25 cm
Contents: Articles: What is the Bible about? --
Reformed theology --
Interpreting the Bible --
Higher criticism --
Evangelism and missions.
Other Titles: Bible.
Holy Bible
Responsibility: executive director, Luder Whitlock, Jr. ; general editor, R.C. Sproul ; Old Testament editor, Bruce Waltke ; New Testament editor, Moisés Silva ; associate editors, James Boice [and others] ; assistant editors, Williams B. Evans, John Mason.

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The original Geneva Bible was published in 1560 and helped spark a spiritual revolution in the English-speaking world. The New Geneva Study Bible stands in the tradition of the original Geneva Bible, helping you discover Reformed thought as you study the word of God. Combining modern scholarship with the insights of reformers such as John Calvin, Martin Luther, John Know, and Theodore Beza, this study Bible offers a view of the ideas and doctrines that renewed the church and fired the faith of generations of believers.

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