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RELATED TITLES UNIQUE SELLING POINTS 978-0-7459-7032-5 17.95 Paperback 5 x 7.75 464 pages Biblical Studies History Culture Lion Books Rights NAR November 27 2015 The history of the development and use of the Bible now in a text only edition The Bible has had a profound influence on the diverse cultures of the whole world. The Bible A History tells the story of the Bible from its making to its emergence as the bet-selling book in history. Who wrote the different books in the Bible How were they written down When were they first collected together as the Old and New Testaments Who first translated the Bible How many languages is it available in today The Bible A History is full of information and insight yet easy to read. Written in a lively and lucid style the authors bring the story and the key people involved in it to life. It is ideal for anyone wanting to learn about one of the most extraordinary books in history. An invaluable source of very accessible information. Christianity Magazine A wonderful history of the development and impact of the Bible. The Bookseller Stephen M. Miller is a full-time freelance writer and editor who specializes in Bible-related projects. He holds a masters in reli- gious education from Nazarene Theological Seminary Kansas City Missouri. Robert V. Huber has worked for over twenty years with the Readers Digest General Books Division and for over five years with Encyclopedia Americana. He holds a masters of philoso- phy in American and English literature from the City University of New York a masters in religious studies and a post-masters certificate in Scripture from the Institute of Religious Studies in New York. 27 HISTORY ISBN 978-0-7459-7032-5 9 7 8 0 7 4 5 9 7 0 3 2 5 The Bible A History The Making and Impact of the Bible Stephen M. Miller and Robert V. Huber The Peoples Bible 978-0-7459-5550-6 24.95 The World of the Early Church 978-0-7459-5500-1 24.95 The fascinating story of one of the worlds most influential books Comprehensive and wide-ranging in subject matter chronological scope and geographical focus Authoritative text written by two experts in biblical studies