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The Action Bible New Testament

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Designed from the popular latest edition of The Action Bible, this fresh version of The Action Bible New Testament offers vibrant color, bold design, and biblical truth for kids, teens, visual learners, spiritual seekers, and anyone eager to know more about God’s Word. Readers of all ages will enjoy: Expanded stories and improved story flow Twelve additional new stories Revised art with more faces and enhanced historical details. Trusted, nondenominational focus Solid, proven content, fast-paced narratives with a clear chronological progression, striking artwork, and a great portable format make this graphic Bible a unique and dramatic rendering of the greatest story ever told.

The Action Bible

Author : Sergio Cariello
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Retells the stories of the Bible in graphic novel format, from the birth of Jesus to His resurrection and return.

The Action Bible Easter Story

Author : Doug Mauss
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You have a new way to share the true story of Easter with your children: The Action Bible Easter Story. This Bible booklet is easy for kids to understand, as illustrations from Marvel and DC Comics artist Sergio Cariello bring the story of Jesus to life. Parents, see how easily you can teach your children about the miracle of Jesus's life, death, and resurrection using this tool. Churches, The Action Bible Easter Story is the perfect resource for Sunday school teachers and families. Don't forget the most important gift of all this year. Share the true meaning of Easter with The Action Bible Easter Story.

The Action Bible New Testament

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With nearly two dozen additional stories, this revised and expanded edition of The Action Bible New Testament features eighty-eight fast-paced New Testament narratives and stunning full-color art, taking readers from Jesus's miraculous birth to Paul's letters to the thrilling words and images of Revelation.

Superman and the Bible

Author : Nicholaus Pumphrey
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In 1938, Superman debuted, jumping off the pages of Action Comics #1. In the cultural context of the Great Depression and World War II, the U.S. would see the rise of the superhero not only in comic books but in radio programs, animated cartoons and television shows. Superman forever changed one’s concept of the hero and became permanently engrained in both American and worldwide culture. This study explores the Man of Steel’s narrative as a fresh perspective on readings of the Bible—his character is reflected in such figures as Moses, Samson and Jesus. The author argues that if we read the Bible it can be said we are reading about Superman.

The Action Bible Heroes and Villains

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This extensive, full-color guide to Bible characters includes fascinating facts and figures about the Bible’s most curious but sometimes relatable people. Including all-new illustrations from graphic artist Sergio Cariello, The Action Bible Heroes and Villains draws in young readers with: Colorful info about the crazy origins, amazing occupations, and strengths and failings of more than 75 Bible characters. Historical background and “Where Is It Now?” guides to ancient and modern-day locations. Diagrams, stories, and fun facts about food, clothing, traditions, individual quirks, and miraculous interventions. From Adam and Eve’s most embarrassing moment to the details of a Roman soldier’s armor to Zechariah’s hometown, the unique insights and dynamic illustrations in this jam-packed guide jump off the pages and into kids’ minds and hearts as they meet people just like them whom God used in His redemptive story.

The Old Testament Is Dying Theological Explorations for the Church Catholic

Author : Brent A. Strawn
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The Old Testament constitutes the majority of the Christian Bible and provides much of the language of Christian faith. However, many churches tend to neglect this crucial part of Scripture. This timely book details a number of ways the Old Testament is showing signs of decay, demise, and imminent death in the church. Brent Strawn reminds us of the Old Testament's important role in Christian faith and practice, criticizes current misunderstandings that contribute to its neglect, and offers ways to revitalize its use in the church.

The Action Bible

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The Action Bible presents more than 230 fast-paced narratives in chronological order, making it easy to follow the Bible’s historical flow and building up to the thrilling climax of God’s redemptive story. Plus, these spectacular updates take the action to a whole new level: 25 new stories showcase a more extensive exploration of God’s work in our lives. 23 expanded stories highlight additional experiences of the people who tell God’s story. 128 new pages of illustrations deliver a richer artistic experience with more close-up faces, historical details, and dramatic colors. Every page sparks excitement to explore God’s Word and know Him personally. Readers will witness God’s active presence in the world through stories from the life of Jesus and great heroes of the faith. Let this blend of powerful imagery and clear storytelling capture your imagination and instill the truth that invites you to discover your own adventure of life with God. Sergio Cariello’s illustrations for The Action Bible leap off the page with the same thrilling energy that earned him international recognition for his work with Marvel Comics and DC Comics.

The Action Storybook Bible

Author : Catherine DeVries
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The Action Storybook Bible invites families with children ages 8 and under to explore God’s redemptive story together. From the sleek and amazing creatures God created at the beginning of the world to the powerful kings who reigned over ancient Israel to Jesus’s gift of eternal life for you and your family—God has a beautiful and exciting plan for the world. Where do you fit into that plan? How are the truths found in God’s Word reflected in your life? This Bible storybook features 15 episodes highlighting key milestones in God’s story, packed with dozens of scenes—combining stories from God’s Word with brand-new captivating illustrations from Brazilian master-artist Sergio Cariello, illustrator of the bestselling The Action Bible. Discover your family’s place in God’s redemptive story and together put your faith into action! Interactive features include: Fifteen episodes loaded with over 350 brand-new illustrations from master-artist Sergio Cariello. Short and easy reading for all ages. Take turns telling God’s redemptive story! The Life, Faith, Action! feature wraps up each episode and helps your family recognize how God is moving through each story, discover how that relates to your daily lives, and feel inspired to put your faith into action. Heroes Hall of Fame index, where you can look up your favorite Bible characters and discover their stories!

Kierkegaard and the Bible The Old Testament

Author : Lee C. Barrett
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Exploring Kierkegaard's complex use of the Bible, the essays in this volume use source-critical research and tools ranging from literary criticism to theology and biblical studies, to situate Kierkegaard's appropriation of the biblical material in his cultural and intellectual context. The contributors seek to identify the possible sources that may have influenced Kierkegaard's understanding and employment of Scripture, and to describe the debates about the Bible that may have shaped, perhaps indirectly, his attitudes toward Scripture. They also pay close attention to Kierkegaard's actual hermeneutic practice, analyzing the implicit interpretive moves that he makes as well as his more explicit statements about the significance of various biblical passages. This close reading of Kierkegaard's texts elucidates the unique and sometimes odd features of his frequent appeals to Scripture This volume in the series devotes one tome to the Old Testament and a second tome to the New Testament. Tome I considers the canonically disputed literature of the Apocrypha. Although Kierkegaard certainly cited the Old Testament much less frequently than he did the New, passages and themes from the Old Testament do occupy a position of startling importance in his writings. Old Testament characters such as Abraham and Job often play crucial and even decisive roles in his texts. Snatches of Old Testament wisdom figure prominently in his edifying literature. The vocabulary and cadences of the Psalms saturate his expression of the range of human passions from joy to despair. The essays in this first tome seek to elucidate the crucial rhetorical uses to which he put key passages from the Old Testament, the sources that influenced him to do this, and his reasons for doing so.