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  • Paperback: 2400 pages
  • Publisher: Tyndale House Bibles (March 1 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1414359810
  • ISBN-13: 978-1414359816
  • Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 14.6 x 21.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 Kg
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (82 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #35,661 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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The addition of two new features make the popular NIV Life Application Study Bible even better! Now available with the Words of Christ in red and a dictionary/concordance. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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- Application Notes provide penetrating insight into what the Bible says to you about how you live. - Book Indtroductions use timelines, overviews and outlines to prepare you to hear and respond to the book's truths. - Character Sketches - spotlight key Bible figures and the lessons you can learn from their lives. - In-Text Charts and Maps - help you locate key places and grasp difficult concepts at a glance. - Dictionary-Concordance developed specifically for the NIV Life Application Study Bible - Red Letter Edition - words of Christ printed in Red. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By trainer8 on Nov. 29 2010
Format: Hardcover
I was checking out bibles one day and came across this one. The words "life application" caught my eye so I checked it out.

I have to say, I was impressed. I haven't ever been one to sit down and read a lot of the bible, mainly because it was a hard read for me with all the ancient names and verbage. That's the beauty of this bible and where the "life applications" part comes in. This book explains clearly what was going on at the various times and places- which is the kind of stuff that got me lost before. And getting lost didn't make me want to study it that much!

A great bible. In a nutshell, will help you make sense out of what is going on and how a message fits into your modern-day life. Other practical books I also found helpful include Finding Happiness in a Frustrating World.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Robert L. Tollison on June 18 2004
Format: Hardcover
WOW! What can I say @ the L.A.B. Bible that has not already been said by others? I am a Baptist Church Sr. Pastor, and I now preach/teach 4 sermons per week. I have many great Bibles in my peresonal Bible collection (old ones, new ones, several languages, big ones, small ones, etc) BUT my L.A.B. is one of the four main Study Bibles I love, prefer, & use in my personal Bible study time. (Along with: (1) The NIV Study Bible, (2) The Ryrie Study Bible, and (4) The Open Bible Study Bible).
~ So, if you are looking for a great study Bible with tons of study aids, helps, charts, notes, verse commentary, informative intro material to all 66 Bible books, etc., the L.A.B. is one of the best I have ever used in over 23 years of being a church staff member -- most of these years as a Sr. Pastor preaching 3 or 4 sermons each week.
The Commentary notes about the verses (printed at the bottom of the pages) are among the best I have ever read and used in a study Bible. The study notes truly are thorough, inspiring, benefical, theologically conservative, and helpful.
~You cannot go wrong with the L.A.B. ... you will not regret buying one and using it to study God's Holy Word.
*My only complaint is that a large section (about 200 pages) literally just fell out in one chunk as the binding came lose gave out! This happened after I had the L.A.B. for only 1-1/2 years or so. I plan on taking it back to the store where I bought it to see if they will repair it. I trust that they will.
But, as far as the content is concerned -- you will love the L.A.B.!!
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By A Customer on Nov. 2 2002
Format: Hardcover
There are so many good things about Tyndale's "Life Application Study Bible" (LASB) that I'm not sure where to start. The negatives are short and quick: (1) it contains too much typology, interpreting far too many events in the OT as announcing Christ, e.g., the burning bush was not Christ, but God himself; (2) it tends to get a little preachy in places; and (3) after a careful reading I found sixteen misspellings and intertext reference errors (which I submitted for correction in the next edition to the publisher).
But that's nothing compared with what you get: a set of concise book, event, and character outlines that are unmatched in current Bible publishing. The point of the LASB is to relate the Bible to our lives today, and not the way we lived 400 or even 2000 years ago; in other words, LASB's goal is to make the Bible directly relevant to its reader. It certainly succeeds.
Perhaps its least noticed but best feature is its one-column text format, giving the reader full verses. The poetry of the Psalms and within the prophetic books is retained and in metered format to distinguish it from prose and didactic sections. Loaded with footnotes explaining not only the what, where, who, but the why. The editors tell you WHO James is, and who his brother is, and give you hints to distinguish him from other Jameses. Each book is set up with an introduction, along with a "blueprint" model that gives the major themes of the book; a separate "megathemes" (meta is the proper word) section lays out the thematic significance of the book with explanation; and finally a "vital statistics" section that gives a quickview of the book's setting, key people, purpose, etc. The maps in the back are quite good, too.
So there's no reason you won't want this Bible, even as a supplement to more scholarly bibles like the New Revised Standard Version Oxford Annotated Edition. I highly recommend it.
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Format: Hardcover
How does one review the Good Book? With trepidation I suppose? Or not, for others... Here I am going to review it like any other book. You probably don't care about my feelings on the subject matter so I have limited myself to the book itself.
I've had this particular Bible since it was first released and have found it to be a fascinating read with enlightening footnotes and sidebars related to history. Introductions to each book provide the reader with info on the Author, time of writing, location of writing, circumstances under which the book was written, and to whom the book was written. Most 'study' Bibles include this sort of information. This one however, includes interesting footnotes and profiles of major characters including their strengths and weaknesses. There are also in-depth sections related to Bible prophecy, specifically those that were fulfilled by Christ, and the inter-relationships of the Gospel accounts, how they show different perspectives on the same events and how each tends to highlight different themes or events. Also included are a helpful index in the back and a well-written introduction about the origins of this particular study edition. Study maps in the back provide a good reference point for many of the accounts contained within.
I have had this Bible for years and I've enjoyed reading it. A more serious study of these texts might look to a Ryrie or Scofield study Bible or perhaps John MacArthur's revised New King James version which includes much info and disection of the original Greek and Hebrew texts. Hence the minus one star. Most people are not scholars of Hebrew or Greek so this rating can be taken with a grain of salt.
A good Bible for the starter or the mature believer. The Life Application Study Bible is easy to read and thought-provoking. Careful tho, these words may just change your life. You shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free. Indeed.
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