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NRSV Go-Anywhere Compact Thinline Bible with the Apocrypha

By Harper Bibles (Author)
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Item Number 595339  
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Item Description...
The NRSV Go-Anywhere Bible? is unique among portable Bibles because it delivers genuine readability. Offered in several styles and sizes (compact/thinline and tall/slender), and available in two Protestant editions, one including the Apocrypha, and a Roman Catholic edition. Each edition includes a ribbon marker and gilded edges.

One touch will tell you why this distinctive Bible will be your constant companion.

Publishers Description

The NRSV Go-Anywhere Compact Thinline Bible is the most portable edition of the NRSV available today. At less than an inch thick, this compact edition combines the portability you′d expect in a compact Bible with the readability of a larger Bible. Perfect for personal use or for gift giving.

The New Revised Standard Version is the most trusted, most accepted, and most accurate translation of the Bible on the market. It is recognized in scholarly circles as the most accurate translation into English of the original Hebrew and Greek texts. In the tradition of its predecessors, the King James Version and the Revised Standard Version, the NRSV was designed to be the "standard" version for English-speaking people across all denominations. None of the new, more sectarian translations have approached its standards of elegance and accuracy.

Features include:

- Apocryphal and Deuterocanonical Books of Scripture

- Bonded leather

- Craft-sewn binding for added strength and long life

- Fine Bible paper to maximize readability and portability

- Easy-to-read typeface in a double-column setting

- Thinline - less than 1 inch thick - makes it easy to take with you wherever you go

- Gilded edges and a ribbon marker

- Presentation page for gift-giving

Item Specifications...

Pages   1300
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 6.4" Width: 4.6" Height: 1.1"
Weight:   0.85 lbs.
Binding  Leather, Bonded
Release Date   Sep 1, 2009
Publisher   HarperOne
ISBN  0061827215  
EAN  9780061827211  

Availability  2 units.
Availability accurate as of Mar 22, 2018 01:17.
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Reviews - What do our customers think?
Ashley-the-Drama-Queen-Stockingdale is back...with more "drama"  Mar 11, 2009
Ashley Stockingdale is back with more of her drama-queen antics (aka whining) in this sequel to What a Girl Wants.

Ashley has been dating her boyfriend for 9 months, and there seems no end in sight. He won't commit to anything long-term, and he starts to squirm whenever the subject comes up. Ashley apparently loves him and wants to get married, but he won't commit, and at the age of 31 she is feeling her biological clock ticking. Back and forth Ashley goes on the subject, she loves him, but should she just cut ties because there seems no chance of long-term commitment? Then an old boyfriend enters the picture -- he's handsome, caring, affectionate, basically too-good-to-be-true, and he wants more than friendship with Ashley. And in true drama-queen form, this complicates matters even worse. Combine Ashley's boyfriend issues with her work issues, family issues, and her best friends baby issues, and Ashley's life is sent spinning "out of control!"

Maybe it's because I'm younger than Ashley (she's 31 and I'm 22), maybe it's because she lives on a $150K salary and I don't, or maybe it's because her personality is just totally different from mine.....whatever the reason, I just can't "click" with her. She takes everything and really just over analyzes it, rehashes things over and over, and basically blows things out of proportion -- hence her 'drama-queen' nickname. In my mind, I tend to just sum this all up as "whining". She is also rather vain about her appearance...not her face or hair or things like that, but about her clothes. She is always wearing some big name brand, and she likes to mention it. (Amazingly, I actually think I've learned a valuable lesson from Ashley Stockingdale, and it is this: Since I've been reading about her, I've been alot more careful about what I say, I'm really trying to think before I speak, because I really don't want to come off sounding the way Ashley does.)

One last note: I do think Ashley has grown as a person a little bit since the first book, What a Girl Wants. In this second book her life does spin out of control (mostly from her own doing), but towards the end of the book she does get her priorities straightened out; although she is still a big-name clothes loving gal with that drama flair, and she probably always will be. I've already bought the third/last book in the series, With This Ring, I'm Confused, so it will be interesting to see if she keeps her priorities mostly straight or if she dramatically spins "out of control" again.
Read this!  Feb 28, 2009
Read the whole trilogy...and if you buy from this seller, you can be doing that oh so soon. Fast delivery!
Great book!  Feb 13, 2009
This is a great read. I couldn't put it down! Finally, Ashley came to her senses. Can't wait to read the next one!!
Horrible and totally predictable   Feb 3, 2009
This book is totally predictable and extremely cheesy. I cannot believe it got good reviews. Way to feed the "Stereotypical" Christian woman in her early 30's dying to get married even though the reader feels no connection with either of the men she's dating. The main character Ashley is self-centered and materialistic yet Christian???? The book itself was horrific and I'm shocked Kristin Billerbeck has a publisher. I'm glad I only paid $4.99 for this at CVS pharmacy but I'd rather read the back of a shampoo bottle a hundred times then this again.
Waste...  Aug 4, 2008
I commented on the first book of this series. I hoped this one might be better, but, alas, I am still disappointed with this author.

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