Rvr 1960 Biblia de Estudio Dake, Tamaño Grande, Piel Duotono Marrón / Spanish RV R 1960 Dake Study Bible, Large Size, Duotone Brown Leather

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$84.99  $79.04
Publisher
Origen
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Pages
2496
Dimensions
7.64 X 10.87 X 2.28 inches | 3.85 pounds
Language
Spanish
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781644733684

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La Reina Valera es una de las traducciones de la Biblia al español más frecuentemente utilizadas entre los protestantes hispanohablantes. La actual Reina Valera es el resultado de un conjunto de revisiones hechas por las Sociedades Bíblicas Unidas sobre una de las primeras traducciones de la Biblia en español. La Reina Valera tuvo una amplia difusión durante la Reforma protestante del siglo XVI. Siendo por poco más de 4 siglos la única biblia de uso dentro de la iglesia protestante de lengua castellana. Hoy en día, la Reina Valera con varias revisiones a través de los años (1862, 1909, 1960, 1995, 2011) es una de las biblias en español más usadas por gran parte de las iglesias cristianas derivadas de la Reforma protestante.

Finis Jennings Dake is a Twentieth century Pentecostal/Charismatic theologian, who was born in 1902 and died in 1987. Dake's main accomplishments are two fold, written and visual. He authored several books including his study notes for the Dake Study Bible. He also designed and published The Plan Of The Ages Bible chart, included in the Dake Study Bible, which is a dispensational visual unfolding of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. The notes in his Bible show that he had a great command of the Scriptures. There are over 500,000 cross references contained therein: more than any other reference Bible in the world. Dake's way of doing theology was stated as follows: "Take the Bible literally wherein it is at all possible; if symbolic, figurative or typical language is used, then look for the literal truth it intends to convey. Statements of fact and historical accounts are accepted as such." Finis J. Dake died in 1987.