The Epistles of Paul and Acts of the Apostles
Paperback ISBN: 0486461696
From the King James version of the New Testament come these masterworks detailing the early missionary's teachings. Paul's Epistles to the Romans — or Romans — discusses Christian life and theology. Acts of the Apostles — or Acts — recounts the formation of the church and the ministry of Christ's disciples.
The Brick Bible
The Complete Set
Hardcover ISBN: 1626361770
This hardcover boxed set contains both volumes of narrative scenes from the Bible as created with LEGO® bricks, spanning from Adam and Eve and the presenting of the Ten Commandments to the birth of Jesus, the Last Supper and the fate of Judas. 100,000 first printing.
The Jefferson Bible
The Life And Morals of Jesus of Nazareth
Paperback ISBN: 0486449211
Thomas Jefferson regarded Jesus as a moral guide rather than a divinity, and in The Jefferson Bible, he highlights Christ's ethical teachings from the Gospels. Discarding the scriptures' supernatural elements and dogma, this volume reflects the deist view of religion, focusing on Jesus' message of absolute love and service.
New International Version, Turquoise/Blueberry, Italian Duo-Tone, Thinline
Paperback ISBN: 0310431565
Lightweight. Compact. Portable. The NIV Compact Thinline Bible is the perfect Bible for your on-the-go lifestyle. Designed with you in mind, the convenient size allows you to carry it in just about anything: your gym bag, your glove box, your backpack, or your laptop case. The NIV Compact Thinline Bible is the ideal way to keep God’s Word at your side. Features: • Extra-thin edition—less than one inch thick • Fashionable printed page edges • Presentation page—great for gift giving • Ribbon marker
The New Testament
Hardcover ISBN: 0300186096
From one of our most celebrated writers on religion comes this fresh, bold, and unsettling new translation of the New Testament David Bentley Hart undertook this new translation of the New Testament in the spirit of “etsi doctrina non daretur,” “as if doctrine is not given.” Reproducing the texts’ often fragmentary formulations without augmentation or correction, he has produced a pitilessly literal translation, one that captures the texts’ impenetrability and unfinished quality while awakening readers to an uncanniness that often lies hidden beneath doctrinal layers. The early Christians’ sometimes raw, astonished, and halting prose challenges the idea that the New Testament affirms the kind of people we are. Hart reminds us that they were a company of extremists, radical in their rejection of the values and priorities of society not only at its most degenerate, but often at its most reasonable and decent. “To live as the New Testament language requires,” he writes, “Christians would have to become strangers and sojourners on the earth, to have here no enduring city, to belong to a Kingdom truly not of this world. And we surely cannot do that, can we?”