NIV Nave's Topical Bible
: When you want to get a firm understanding of God's grace, where do you start? You could consult your concordance for every appearance of "Grace" in the Bible. But what about those Scripture passages that don't use the word...
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When you want to get a firm understanding of God's grace, where do you start? You could consult your concordance for every appearance of "Grace" in the Bible. But what about those Scripture passages that don't use the word grace, yet are vital to understanding it? Reach for the Silver Medallion Award-winning Zondervan NIV Nave's Topical Bible. It broadens your scope beyond word searches to topical studies. Now you're ready to deal not just with key words, but with concepts.
The Zondervan NIV Nave's Topical Bible improves on the original King James Version-based Nave's Topical Bible by adding more than 500 headings, 2,000 subtopics, and 1,300 cross-references. You'll find entries addressing contemporary issues such as abuse, ecology, homosexuality, and abortion--all either directly including or else referencing the bestselling New International Version text, and easily usable with other translations as well. Goodrick/Kohlenberger numbering lets you also consult the Zondervan NIV Exhaustive Concordance to broaden your studies of specific Hebrew and Greek words.
So when you're ready to dig deeper into the Scriptures, it's time to add this book to your core reference library. Its thoroughness will bring new dimensions to your Bible studies and help you gain sound scriptural perspectives on faith and practical living.
John R. Kohlenberger III is a free-lance writer and lecturer and an adviser to the Christian book industry. Part-time instructor at Multnomah School of the Bible, he is author or coauthor of eleven reference works. He is a leading expert and editor on the application of computers to Bible-related reference projects and has produced the NIV Triglot, the NIV Interlinear Hebrew-English Old Testament, and co-authored both The NIV Complete Concordance and The NIV Exhaustive Concordance.