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Living Bible, The (Paraphrased)

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Category: English Bibles   |   Install Options: Download only   |   Minimum Acc Version: 11.2

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Requires Accordance 11.2 or above and the upcoming Mobile app version 2.4.

Celebrating 40 years and over 40 million lives touched. The Living Bible is a paraphrase of the Old and New Testaments. Its purpose is to say as exactly as possible what the writers of the Scriptures meant, and to say it simply, expanding where necessary for a clear understanding by the modern reader.

This product includes separate modules for the Living Bible Notes (TLB Notes) and a Reading Plan (TLB Reading Plan) which gives the readers a taste of the whole Bible by reading short selections from the best-known stories and many of the most important passages of the Bible.

For even more information, see this release announcement.

The Living Bible (Paraphrased)
Publisher: Tyndale House (1971)

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Living Bible, The (Paraphrased) is included with the following packages:

category
code
title
price
Coll13-EngExpert1119
$2,999.00
Coll13-EngMaster0420
$37,499.00
English Bible add-on_0119
$269.00

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November 30, 2017  | 11:23 PM   |    Good (4)
Having worn out my: Bibel82 (Swedish), Folkbibeln98 (Swedish), Finnish 1933/38 (a 66-book Bible and a NT), Swedish1703, 1865/66 Common English New Testament, NABRE10, NAB91, Confraternity Version OT, NJB, 1976 GNT 1st Ed., 2004 GNT 3rd Edition UK-English 66-book Bible, CPDV Mt, JB NT, NEB full Bible, REB NT as well as Apocrypha, J.B. Phillips NT, RSV52 (two copies), Complete Biblical Library Study Bible Gn Mt Mk GJn Acts Ro-Cor Gal-Phlmn, and completely worn out my 2007 John Glynn's Commentary and Reference Survey, and only having replaced the latter with a new copy and the REB with a 66-book white leather gilt page-edges Bible, and having also replaced the NAB70 and having a different Ed. (leather, 1992 2nd Ed.) of the GNT, I briefly considered the Living Bible Paraphrased as it had higher vocabulary count than the GNT, and much more cultured language, mid-20th century, and to mark it up: https://www.alibris.com/Living-Bible-LIV-Large-Print/book/24505258?matches=24 ... full-leather ...
Having worn out my: Bibel82 (Swedish), Folkbibeln98 (Swedish), Finnish 1933/38 (a 66-book Bible and a NT), Swedish1703, 1865/66 Common English New Testament, NABRE10, NAB91, Confraternity Version OT, NJB, 1976 GNT 1st Ed., 2004 GNT 3rd Edition UK-English 66-book Bible, CPDV Mt, JB NT, NEB full Bible, REB NT as well as Apocrypha, J.B. Phillips NT, RSV52 (two copies), Complete Biblical Library Study Bible Gn Mt Mk GJn Acts Ro-Cor Gal-Phlmn, and completely worn out my 2007 John Glynn's Commentary and Reference Survey, and only having replaced the latter with a new copy and the REB with a 66-book white leather gilt page-edges Bible, and having also replaced the NAB70 and having a different Ed. (leather, 1992 2nd Ed.) of the GNT, I briefly considered the Living Bible Paraphrased as it had higher vocabulary count than the GNT, and much more cultured language, mid-20th century, and to mark it up: https://www.alibris.com/Living-Bible-LIV-Large-Print/book/24505258?matches=24 ... full-leather from Indoo $28.09 during December + overseas shipping. But I DIDN'T order a copy, I might still have the padded hardcover murky green one but actually couldn't find it a couple of days ago.
Instead I discovered the Complete Jewish Bible.