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Among the rest, it occurred to him, he said, how his father used to insist so much on the inexpressible value of the Bible, and the privilege and blessing of it to nations, families, and persons; but he never entertained the least notion of the worth of it till now, when, being to talk to heathens, savages, and barbarians, he wanted the help of the written oracle for his assistance.
delivers transformational Christian experiences through its bestselling Bibles, books, curriculum, academic resources and digital products.
The eagerly expected consignment of Bibles in various indigenous languages has arrived, the Bible Society of Namibia announced this week.
Bible reading plans are readily available on the internet, in the back pages of some study Bibles, on electronic Bible programs, and there are also Bibles available that are set up with one-year reading plans.
From mobile and online technologies to solar-powered Audio Bibles, Faith Comes By Hearing continues to innovate and invite people to hear God's Word for themselves.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the NIV translation of the Bible, Zondervan's "Bible Across America" tour traveled throughout the country last year, inviting 31,173 people to inscribe a verse in the two Bibles.
That civic officials chose to use a religious book shows Bibles are in a category all their own.
This includes translations in many written languages, the Bible in Braille, the Bible in American Sign Language, the Bible on the Web, podcasts of biblical texts, "viral videos" featuring biblical texts, the Bible on DVD and audio Bibles.
The Hebrew and Christian Bibles are held to be Holy Scripture by the adherents of these religions.
It was the first of its kind in Bible publishing, and it is one of the most popular African Bibles in the history of Bible publishing, selling more than one million copies.
It includes the text of the oath but says nothing about Bibles.
Everett Chalmers Hospital in Fredericton ran into a storm of controversy in April after housekeeping staff were told to remove bibles from patients' bedside tables (see C.