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  1. The NIV Narrated Bible  1984
    The NIV Narrated Bible 1984
    F. LaGard Smith
    Harvest House Publishers / 1999 / Hardcover
    $27.49 Retail: $42.99 Save 36% ($15.50)
    4.5 Stars Out Of 5 20 Reviews
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  1. 4 Stars Out Of 5
    June 12, 2009
    Carolyn Berger
    I've just started studying the book of Samuel and the life of David-I love that they put the Psalms in chronologically-I understand them so much better in relevance to what was going on in Davids life.
  2. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    January 14, 2009
    Stephanie Thomas
    I have used this Bible for several years now. I just finished taking a group of women through the Bible with Smith's chronological and everyone loved it. His narrative overviews of sections prior to reading them are excellent. The only thing I miss in the newer versions is the map section. I highly recommend this Bible for anyone wanting to have a better understanding of the entire Bible.
  3. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    January 14, 2009
    Stephanie Thomas
    I have used this Bible for several years now. I just finished taking a group of women through the Bible with Smith's chronological and everyone loved it. His narrative overviews of sections prior to reading them are excellent. The only thing I miss in the newer versions is the map section. I highly recommend this Bible for anyone wanting to have a better understanding of the entire Bible.
  4. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    January 4, 2009
    Dave
    I just finished reading the Bible through in a year for the fourth consecutive year. I read this Bible in years two and four. I would echo virtually all of the other reviewer's comments: POSITIVE: No dates. making it easier (and less discouraging) to make up "missed" days, and allowing you to start your read-through on ANY date, not necessarily Jan. 1; EXCELLENT narration; in general, "Chronos" are arguably, a better, more interesting way to read the Bible through in a year. NEGATIVES: this is NOT a study Bible. If you want to do a more in-depth study (a difficult task if you're attempting a one-year read-through), you'll need some sort of a Commentary at your side. In all, this is the best organized and most helpful NIV Chrono that I've seen, and I've looked at most of them. Recommended.
  5. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    December 15, 2008
    Diane Dekker
    Reading the Bible in chronological order makes so much sense. It's the way we read everything else and Smith's narration adds so much to the context. The thing I like best is that there are no dates, so you can pick it up at any time and begin reading--the middle of July if you want. If you miss a day you just start where you left off. If it takes you two years instead of one, then at least you got through it in two years. Bibles that have the dates in them cause people to get frustrated when they get behind and they give up trying. I've read through this Bible many times. Sometimes I start in September to match the school year. I would recommend this Bible to beginners because of the helpful commentary, but also to lifetime readers for a change of pace. It reads like a novel.
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