I looked forward to getting out this Bible when I had a chance to try to dig deeper in the Scriptures, because of the helpful side notes and Home Pages that pointed out leadership traits of people in the Bible. At one point I looked for a list with page numbers for each of the 52 Home Pages and I couldn’t find one. I thought maybe it might be helpful to know where the Home Page for each week was located. Then I learned by reading the “Introduction to the NIV Leadership Bible” that at the end of the Home Pages (it tells you where to start in the introduction) you will be directed where to go next to reach the next Home Page. I focused on the Biblical books of Esther, Nehemiah. Malachi, and some of the Psalms while reviewing this Bible. I sometimes saw big differences in the way the Scriptures were written when comparing this translation to one of my other Bible translations, which happens with probably all Bibles. It helped me a lot when I came across one major difference in a Scripture passage to read in the Preface about how every human effort is flawed, which possibly happens in any/all Bible translations.
In general, I like this Bible because of the leadership topics and how it points out how certain people in the Bible modeled leadership traits. The review approach I took was to focus on the layout of the Bible, and not concentrate on the translation, since I am not an expert in Bible translation. This Bible can help many people focus on leadership roles throughout the Bible. God might even stir a desire in some people’s hearts to become leaders while reading this Bible.
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