Do you sometimes find it hard to stay engaged in reading your Bible? Or maybe you struggle to know what the Bible is saying or even which part to read?
The Readable Bible: Jeremiah & Lamentations will help you overcome those obstacles allowing you to draw close to God and hear His voice of comfort and instruction. This uniquely formatted Bible will change the way you read and understand God’s Word.
The Readable Bible: Jeremiah & Lamentations is accurate and inviting, and it’s easy-to-follow formatting offers a unique way of taking long, copious amounts of text and making them digestible for today’s visual reader. The Readable Bible is as accurate as the most trusted translations while maintaining the readability of today’s more popular translations. The modern layout gives this precise translation more clarity while it’s faithfulness to the original text invites deeper engagement. A quality resource for both newcomers and well-versed Bible students.
Distinguishing features found in The Readable Bible: Jeremiah & Lamentations
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Leadership Team Bios
Rod Laughlin became a Christian when he was twenty-eight years old. Desiring to know more about the Bible, he earned an MDiv at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. After serving the Lord as the pastor of two churches and in many other ways for thirty-seven years, he sensed God’s call to put the Bible into modern formats. He has spent the last fourteen years leading a team to create The Readable Bible. Over one-hundred people have worked with him on this project.
Dr. Brendan Kennedy has a master’s degree in biblical languages and a PhD in Old Testament from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He has served as a missionary, professor, and preacher for over 15 years. Today he pastors a Wesleyan church.
Dr. Colby Kinser has an MDiv from Talbot School of Theology and a D.Min from Dallas Theological Seminary. He is a district superintendent for the Evangelical Free Church. He has served the church as a pastor for over 17 years, as a teacher at Ahero Evangelical School of Theology in Kenya, and as president of Hungry4HIM Ministries.
Larry Stone, a graduate of Moody Bible Institute, has over forty years of experience in all aspects of book publishing. He built the trade book division of Thomas Nelson Publishers. Larry has worked for the American Bible Society and was briefly publications director for the Museum of the Bible. He has served as a missionary in Zambia and was an editor of The Africa Study Bible.
Clyde Adams, an independent graphic designer with over 40 years of experience, has a BS degree in Visual Design from Auburn University.