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The “Must Have” Pew Bible for Lutherans

February 20th, 2013
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 This important Bible places the highest priority on accuracy and precision for the best kind of Bible comprehension. The English Standard Version (2007 text edition) is a word-for-word translation where each word and phrase is carefully weighed against the original Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek to ensure the fullest accuracy and clarity.
This special edition of the Concordia ESV Pew Bible includes:
  • Orders of daily prayer for morning, noon, early evening, and close of the day
  • A collection of prayers including the Te Deum, Benedictus, Magnificat, Litany, and other prayers for use throughout the day
  • The Small Catechism by Dr. Martin Luther, including the Introduction, the Six Chief Parts, the Table of Duties, and Christian Questions and Answers for Communicants
  • A brief introduction to the Holy Scriptures, in an easy to understand,question and answer format
  • An essay on the key themes of Holy Scripture including: the grace of God, faith, Scripture, Law and Gospel, means of grace, and Christology
10-point type.
Words of Christ are in black to make them more legible.
To download a pdf sample of the above listed special features, click here
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  1. Michael Mapus
    February 21st, 2013 at 09:15 | #1

    It sure would be nice to have the pew addition with the Book of Concord as an appendix.

    • February 21st, 2013 at 09:16 | #2

      Chuckle. That would kind of defeat the purpose of a pew Bible. Most pew racks would not be able to hold them, due to both size and weight!

  2. clive
    February 22nd, 2013 at 15:33 | #3

    not related to this subject, I would appreciate your views on the following article,

    http://www.reformation21.org/articles/reading-luther-not-wisely-but-well-part-one.php

    thanks

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