The Great Adventure Bible makes the complexity of reading the Bible simple.
The narrative approach gives the big picture of salvation history and shows how everything ties together. This is the only Bible that incorporates The Great Adventure’s color-coded Bible Timeline learning system, a system that has made The Great Adventure Bible study resources the most popular and influential in the English speaking world. The color-coded tools make it easy to read and easy to remember.
This is a game changer. There has never been another Bible like it.
A full-color Catholic Bible with a beautiful eye-catching design
Each book of the Bible is color-coded with a thumb index, indicating where it belongs within The Bible Timeline.
Twelve Timeline charts provide a visual overview of the Bible, including: important characters, Key Events, geography, major covenants, world rulers, and contemporary events in secular history.
Twelve articles give a summary and explanation of each period of salvation history.
Seven articles introduce and explain the major covenants of salvation history, showing God’s amazing plan for humanity.
Seventy Key Event call-outs provide a brief description of the milestones in the biblical narrative.
Includes sixteen newly designed full-color maps.
The words of Jesus are printed in red.
Revised Standard Version – Second Catholic Edition.
Granted an Imprimatur and Nihil Obstat through the Archdiocese of Saint Paul & Minneapolis.
One complete book: this is the only Bible you will ever need.
Two ribbon markers.
Bible dimensions are 6" x 9"
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Contributors to this Catholic Bible include Jeff Cavins, Mary Healy, Andrew Swafford, Peter Williamson, and Fr. Sebastian Carnazzo.