The Gospels and Acts in Simple Paraphrase with Helpful Explanations Together with Running Through the Bible

The Gospels and Acts in Simple Paraphrase with Helpful Explanations Together with Running Through the Bible Book Details

By Chris Wright

  • Category: Bible Studies, Books, Religion & Spirituality
  • Type: ebook
  • Release Date: 2017-01-24
  • Author: Chris Wright
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The Gospels and Acts in Simple Paraphrase with Helpful Explanations Together with Running Through the Bible Summary

White Tree Publishing presents a paraphrase in today's English of passages from the four Gospels -- Matthew, Mark, Luke and John -- relating Jesus' birth, life, death and resurrection in one continuous narrative with helpful explanations, plus a paraphrase of events from the book of Acts. Also in this book is a brief summary of the Epistles and Revelation. For readers unfamiliar with the New Testament, this book makes a valuable introduction, and it will surely help those familiar with the New Testament to gain some extra knowledge and understanding as they read it. Please note that this is not a translation of the Bible. It is a careful and sensitive paraphrase of parts of the New Testament, and is not intended to be quoted as Scripture. Part 2 is a short introduction to the whole Bible -- Running Through the Bible -- which is available from White Tree Publishing as a separate eBook and paperback.
Translators and others involved in foreign mission work, please note: If you believe that this copyright book, or part of this book, would be useful if translated into another language, please contact White Tree Publishing. Permission will be free, and assistance in formatting and publishing your translation as an eBook and/or a paperback may be available, also without charge.
"Superb! I have never read anything like it. It is colloquially worded in a succinct, clear style with a brilliant (and very helpful) running commentary interspersed. I have found it a compelling read -- and indeed spiritually engaging and moving." Canon Derek Osborne, Norfolk, England.

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