Gipp's Understandable History of the Bible (3rd Edition)
This third edition adds insight and valuable information to the first and second editions of "An Understandable History of the Bible." Used by Christians around the world, it has been a valuable source for those who want to learn more about where the King James Bible came from. This book has been translated into several languages and has been useful as a Bible college textbook both in the United States and abroad. Many pastors use it for Sunday School preparation and sermons. Readers will find such valuable information including names of all the King James Translators, the 15 rules for translating used by the King James translators and the review process they used. Additionally, this book is an excellent resource for those Bible students interested in learning about the factual problems with the New King James Versions and the New Scofield Version. Plus, an entire new chapter on the Greek Texts is included. "Gipp’s Understandable History of the Bible" is an excellent resource for Bible students, pastors and Christians who have a desire to learn more about the history of the King James Bible.
Paperback; 560 pages