|Bible Beat June 2013|
|Written by Leslie Santamaria|
|Tuesday, 30 April 2013 01:39 PM EDT|
Thomas Nelson is making available its New Spirit-Filled Life Bible in the New Living Translation for the first time this month. The new edition comes in a number of bindings and colors, including hardcover ($44.99), brick red Leathersoft ($79.99; $89.99 with indexing) and black bonded leather ($79.99; $89.99 with indexing).
The KJV Life Application Study Bible is available this month in a brown/tan TuTone color combination. The King James LeatherLike edition is thumb-indexed retails for $79.99. The popular Life Application Study Bible features notes that explain difficult passages and give information on Bible life and times. It also shows how the reader can “take it personally,” speaking to life circumstances, and has nearly 10,000 Life Application notes.
The Premium Slimline Reference Bible in the New Living Translation is available from Tyndale House Publishers June 1 with thumb-indexing and large-print text in a slim binding. Retailing for $49.99, this TuTone brown/tan LeatherLike edition has classic reference features such as words of Christ in red, a dictionary/concordance, full-color maps, presentation pages, two ribbon markers, gilded page edges, a presentation page and a favorite-passages index.
Edited by Ed Stetzer and Philip Nation, The Mission of God Study Bible in the Holman Christian Standard Bible translation comes in two new colors—desert sand and cameo rose—June 1 from Holman Bibles (B&H Publishing Group). The study Bible includes more than 150 writings from leading voices in the church about what it means to live in the mission of God, and “Letters to the Church” from elder statesmen such as Billy Graham and Jack Hayford speak to the grand narrative of God’s mission in Scripture. Each of the LeatherTouch Bibles retail for $49.99.