The Action Bible – For ages 5 – 11.
In addition to this, is the action Bible accurate?
The Action Bible is geared toward younger readers. It is a full color illustrated hardcover book. It contains 215 stories from the bible in chronological order making it very enjoyable and easy to read and understand. ... It does not quote the bible word for word but it does tell the stories accurately.
Even so, who made the Action Bible? Doug Mauss
Futhermore, which Bible version is best?
New Revised Standard Version
Why is NIV bad?
The problem with the NIV is that is not a great translation. It uses paraphrase a lot. Yes, I'm aware that paraphrase is often necessary in order to communicate phrases in other languages. Sometimes a literal translation is lost on the readers.
The Bible Made Easy - for Kids
NIV, Adventure Bible, Hardcover, Full Color
- NIV Adventure Bible Hardcover Full Color
NIV, Bible for Kids, Flexcover, Pink/Gold, Red Letter, Comfort Print: Thinline Edition
NIV, Ultimate Bible for Girls, Faithgirlz Edition, Hardcover
ESV Holy Bible, My Creative Bible For Girls, Pink Flexcover Bible w/Ribbon Marker, Illustrated Coloring, Journaling and Devotional Bible, English Standard Version
Tyndale NLT Boys Life Application Study Bible (Papeback), NLT Study Bible for Boys, Foundations for Your Faith Sections
Tyndale NLT Girls Life Application Study Bible, Pink (Paperback), NLT Bible with Over 800 Notes and Features, Foundations for Your Faith Sections
The Complete Illustrated Children's Bible (The Complete Illustrated Childrenâ€™s Bible Library)
- The Complete Illustrated Children s Bible
NIV, Bible for Kids, Leathersoft, Pink, Red Letter, Comfort Print: Thinline Edition
God and Me! 52 Week Devotional for Girls Ages 10-12
2 More Questions Answered
The sixteen omitted verses
- (1) Matthew 17:21.
- (2) Matthew 18:11.
- (3) Matthew 23:14.
- (4) Mark 7:16.
- (5 & 6) Mark 9:44 & 9:46.
- (7) Mark 11:26.
- (8) Mark 15:28.
- (9) Luke 17:36.
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