The Message//REMIX 2.0 Paperback Wood: The Bible in Contemporary Language

Eugene H. Peterson


Barcode: 9781617479496

Release date: 24/07/2012

£12.99 (was £15.99)
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The Message//REMIX is a reading Bible for youth that comes loaded with expanded book introductions, written for young people, that set the scene for the book. 

Verse-numbered paragraphs help readers track where they are in the chapter. 

Maps and charts help for easy reference. 

A topical index of issues students face help readers locate the appropriate Scripture reference. 

This paperback edition makes a great graduation gift and is perfect to have on hand in Sunday school rooms.

From the Back Cover
The Message//REMIX is purely, simply God's Word in its most easily understood language. It isn't like any other student Bible you've ever seen.

Make this vital book part of everything you are. Read it, cover to cover. The//REMIX features verse-numbered paragraphs to help you study and think deeply about the text. Pray that as you read, God will open your eyes to the personal messages he has for you. Finally, live it out. The more time you spend in The Message, the more your life will never be the same.

About the Author
EUGENE H. PETERSON is a writer, poet, and retired pastor. He has authored more than thirty-four books (not including The Message). He is Professor Emeritus of Spiritual Theology at Regent College in Vancouver, British Columbia. Eugene also founded Christ Our King Presbyterian Church in Bel Air, Maryland, where he ministered for twenty-nine years. After teaching at a seminary, he created The Message, a vibrant Bible paraphrase that connects with today's readers like no other.

It took Peterson ten years to complete. He worked not from any English text but from the original Hebrew and Greek texts to guarantee authenticity. At the same time, his ear was always tuned to the cadence and energy of the English spoken every day on the streets. He lives with his wife, Jan, in Montana.


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