The Comic Book Bible [Rob Suggs] on smelarpeppame.ml *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Visualize the Bible! Hey, kids—get a new perspective on scripture. The Action Bible presents fast-paced narratives in chronological order. Story time just got better with Prime Book Box, a subscription that delivers editorially . Standard Version with illustrations from Marvel comic artist Sergio Cariello?. Masterfully illustrated with stunning art from Marvel/DC Comics artist Sergio Cariello, The Action Bible is perfect for today's visually focused culture.
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The Word for Word Bible Comic is an unabridged, historically accurate images of upcoming books, insights into the historical and biblical research and. This series of 5 books is an extensive Comic Book Bible going through the whole Bible, from Creation to Revelation with a depiction of classic Bible stories. Ordinary people. Extraordinary stories. The most complete graphic adaptation of the Bible ever done plus motion comics, apparel, digital products and more!.
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From the Publisher. See God in action in this illustrated study Bible What do you get when you combine the trusted English Standard Version with illustrations from Marvel comic artist Sergio Cariello?
About the Author Sergio Cariello was born in Brazil in and started drawing as soon as could hold a pencil. Read more. Product details Age Range: David C Cook September 1, Language: English ISBN Print edition download must be sold by site.
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My cousin originally let me borrow his copy when I was going through a rough time and I wanted to learn more about the Bible. After going through his I ended up downloading a copy for myself. The Action Bible isn't just for kids, I'm 30 and love it. My dad and my aunt always told me they'd love to read the Bible but they just couldn't understand it, so I gave them each a copy and they love it too! They love being able to understand the basics.
So, just remember, this isn't just for kids but all people I guarantee you won't regret it. Beau Chevassus. Well, suffice to say that my six year old hasn't put it down, yet. I'm grateful we found something that works. Now, I was more than a little curious when I saw a 1 Star review complaining about "inappropriate content", so after flipping through the pages, I think I have a fair perspective.
See, there is, in fact, a scene from King David's story, I believe, in which the bad guy has hung himself, and there is a silhouette of a man hanging from a tree.
This is not the only hanging in the Bible, but it's the only one I've seen in this book, thus far. There are also several battle scenes, but nothing that could rival modern, daytime television, and certainly nothing that does the true stories for the scripture any justice for gore, violence, or sex.
There's no nakedness, which boggles me, and the battles are more than safe for the underage palate. No burning babies, no sexual assaults, Bathsheba never gets naked, etc. In fact, they seem to have left out the entire story of King Saul, younger David, and the Philistine foreskins. Even the animal sacrifices are PG. I suppose my philosophy is that if you're trying to shelter your child from sex and violence, no Bible is right for them, but if you're looking for a tamed down version, a kiddie-pool of sorts, this Bible story collection is excellent.
It dances around the risque issues, without stealing too much integrity from the whole story of Grace. And if you want something more "adult content", I do suggest reading through an actual certified translation of Holy Writ.
I knew he would enjoy an illustrated Bible more than traditional text, so I was excited about this version. However, when I received it, I realized it contained more graphic imagery than he was ready for at this age.
For example, a story from 1 Kings explains that Jezebel orders the execution of a man and "stray dogs lick his blood off the stones. In another 1 Kings story, a King bleeds to death in his chariot, and his body is shown dead and covered in a lot of blood. Jezebel is shown being thrown from a window to her death.
There are people being stabbed, demonstrating the depravity that leads to the 10 Commandments, and of course Jesus's crucifixion also contains pictures of his body with blood on it. Yes, I realize the Bible is violent, and I don't think it needs to be hidden from people as that's the reality of the text.
But I do think the depiction of violence should be age-appropriate, and I decided not to give my son this version. I really like this book and how interactive it is with all the pictures.
So far, my son hasn't put it down! How It Began Michael and Debi Pearl are the visionaries behind this illustrated graphic novel Bible storybook and Michael is the author. They have devoted their lives to telling the entire world about Jesus. When their daughter, Rebekah, was a missionary in Papua New Guinea, she struggled to communicate the gospel to a tribal people whose language she was still in the process of learning.
Through that experience, God gave them a vision of producing the Bible story from Genesis to Revelation in a self-propagating format that stands on its own or can be used by anyone. Good and Evil Created God led Michael and Debi to a world famous artist who had retired from Marvel Comics, and they hired him to be their illustrator.
Next came the shading and bubbles and text entry and proofing. Between the graphic novel, the individual smaller comic books and the coloring books, over , books have been printed. The Goal Now that the English version is done in brilliant color, the message needs to be spread throughout the world. It is the Pearl's mission to send these little paper missionaries forth into every little nook and cranny on the globe, that every man, woman, and child may hear the good news of Jesus Christ.
To that end, it is our vision to translate Good and Evil into over languages in the coming years. This is no easy task, but neither is it an unreachable goal. Please join us in making it a reality. Currently we have over 35 languages published online.