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Publication Date: 2012
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Now you can navigate and understand the Bible easily with visual infographics.
See the Bible as you never have before through at-a-glance snapshots that visually display key stories and insights from Gods Word. Using eye-catching infographics, the NIV QuickView Bible presents the most significant stories and facts from the Bible in an informative, understandable way. The lists, maps, charts and graphs help you develop a new understanding of the stories of the Bible. They are also a great way to get to know those books of the Bible youve never ventured to read before. Open it up to enjoy the word of God in a whole new way.
- More than 360 infographics visually display key stories and insights from the Bible
- 20 maps help you understand events recorded in the Bible
- Color-coded sections of the Bible for clear, easy navigation
- QuickView of the Christian Faith: a visual overview of the essentials of the Christian faith
- The complete text of the worlds most popular modern-English Bible, the NIV
The New International Version is the nations top selling Bible translation, offering the latest in scholarship, discoveries about the biblical world, and cutting-edge research on English usage.
Christopher D. Hudson served as the General Editor of Strive: The Bible for Men as well as Revolution: the Bible for Teen Guys. He was a consulting editor for the New Mens Devotional Bible and has created many other best-selling Bible projects. In addition, he has created daily devotional titles such as Day by Day with the Early Church Fathers. Christopher lives with his wife and three children in northern Illinois, where he also serves on the athletic coaching staff of Wheaton College.
TaylorJReneeCAAge: 18-24Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Beautiful BibleJuly 9, 2014TaylorJReneeCAAge: 18-24Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I use this bible in my daily worship. I love it. I'm a glasses-wearer so the font for me is nice and I love the diagrams. Some of the diagrams help summarize difficult passages nicely. Also, there are explanations of why we pray and what the church is in the back of the bible. I'm a college student so -- to me-- this bible reminds me of a textbook and I reaallly love it!
DanoAtlanta, GAAge: 45-54Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5the infographics gives useful insightJune 6, 2013DanoAtlanta, GAAge: 45-54Gender: maleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5The infographics are useful overviews and information.
One in particular I have discussed with several people with regards to this bible, 27% of the bible is prophecy.
It is a good bible for young people and in teaching bible classes.
JerryPortland, ORAge: 45-54Gender: male3 Stars Out Of 5Not quite there yetJune 5, 2013JerryPortland, ORAge: 45-54Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 3I am a visual learner so hoped for something to help me understand the Bible better to make it a little easier. This version seems to have a good start on that but had hoped for more. A normal standard Bible like say a NIV Study Bible has just as much if not more visuals. Wish I had bought the parallel Bible instead. Will make a good gift to someone.
Randy A BrownTNAge: 35-44Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5Amazing visuals, filled with factsFebruary 10, 2013Randy A BrownTNAge: 35-44Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5The NIV Quickview Bible from Zondervan is unique among study Bibles. Rather than being filled with note after note of commentary (which is usually just text), the Quickview Bible provides information in a way that the majority of people learn - visually. The Quickview Bible provides visual snapshots of key passages and stories, providing visual information to go with the Biblical text, making the information more understandable.
Cover and Binding
This Bible is only available in hard cover (and e-book, but that one doesn't have a binding). It has a jacket that explanations the purpose of this edition. The cover is a portion of Matthew 5 and the infographic of the Sermon on the Mount. Removing the jacket reveals a shiny blue hard cover that simply says Holy Bible, NIV, and Zondervan. The binding is glued. It feels well-made.
Paper, Text, and Layout
The paper looks and feels like the paper that's popular in study Bibles today. It does have some show-through. Most of the time it didn't seem too distracting, especially with all of the graphics covering the pages.
The font looks around an 8-point with 10-point leading (8/10), but that's just a guess. The font is very modern. The print quality generally looks nice and consistent, and not too dark or too light. There are a few pages where the print is darker than others. The print never fades.
The text is presented in two-column paragraph format. The verse numbers are slightly bolder than the text, making verses easier to find. One of my complaints of paragraph format is find the verses within the paragraph, so having verse numbers bolder than the text is appreciated.
This edition does not have references, but it does have translation notes. The notes appear at the bottom of the page, just under the last verse on the page. Notes are keyed to the text with letters in italics.
I'm a very visual reader. I like charts, grafts, and pictures. This is where the Quickview Bible really shines. There are over 360 infographics that cover the most significant Bible stories and facts. They seem to me very much like high quality Powerpoint slides. The art style is interesting. People are in silhouette and objects like flowers, musical notes, etc. are used to show the point. The graphic might take up a half column, one full column, a portion of two columns, or even a whole page.
Each book of the Bible has a graphic that says "Big Ideas in" and the book name. This graphic shows the main four or five points from the book. There are graphic associated with the points, such as a lion for the book of Daniel and Esther sitting on a throne in silhouette.
There are plenty of facts, timelines, maps, character comparisons, keywords, sermons, teachings, events, and much more. The art style itself is simple but still very colorful. This keeps the graphics from being too cluttered but they still look great.
The books of the Bible are divided into sections. There is a timeline at the beginning of each section that highlights the books that appear in that section. Each section is color-coded. The color for that section appears at the top of each page, highlighting the book name, chapter and verse numbers, and page number. The chapter and verse numbers are given in a range. On the left page is the first verse that appears and on the right page is the last verse that appears. The chapter numbers and section headings are also in the same color.
There are 14 pages of study helps that also include graphics and charts. They cover basic questions such as why read the Bible, who is God, who is Jesus, what is prayer, etc. There are two indexes: one to all of the maps, and one to all of the infographics. Like all study Bibles, I recommend studying theological topics for yourself rather than just taking someone's theology at face value. This Bible doesn't have a lot of theological arguments, but there are a few. Just be careful and do your own study. Just because it's printed in a study Bible doesn't make it true. I say this about all study Bibles, so I'm not just picking on this one.
There is also a table of weights and measures. The only thing missing was references, a concordance, and maps at the end (there are maps within the text).
The Quickview Bible from Zondervan is a very visually appealing study Bible. 83% of human understanding comes through visual information. There is a great need for this type of information and this Bible excels in the visuals. The charts, maps, and graphs look great; providing plenty of facts, timelines, character information, and much more. I highly recommend the Quickview Bible from Zondervan.
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Zondervan Bibles provided this Bible free for review. I was not required to give a positive review- only an honest review.
Ask Mr ReligionChandler, AZAge: 55-65Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5An excellent Bible For New BelieversDecember 22, 2012Ask Mr ReligionChandler, AZAge: 55-65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This Bible contains great deal of visual information to help the new Christian become familiar with the word of God.
The judicious use of tables, graphs, and infographics does not get in the way of the text. A reader will learn something new about each book of the Bible on almost every few pages.
i only wish it would include cross references, a concordance, and was available in leather binding to make it an ideal gift for new believers.
i have the hardbound and ebook versions. i have extracted the numerous inciteful data and facts into my daily study bible--The NKJV Reformation Study Bible as I am not fan of the NIV trandlation.