2 edition of History of the American Bible society found in the catalog.
|Statement||By W. P. Strickland, D.D.; with an introduction, by Rev. N. L. Rice...|
|LC Classifications||BV2370.A7 S9 1856|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., [v]-xxx p., 1 l., -512 p. :|
|Number of Pages||512|
|LC Control Number||42026334|
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Bible Gateway interviewed John Fea about his book, The Bible Cause: A History of the American Bible Society (Oxford University Press, ).
The American Bible Society was founded in33 years after the end of the American Revolutionary War. "The Bible Cause" is an in-depth history of the American Bible Society. The book started with the formation of the ABS in and ended in (with the epilogue covering and future goals).
The author described the changing structure, Cited by: 2. The purpose of the American Bible Society, from its founding inhas been to provide all people access to the Bible. In doing so they played a major role in America’s history.
During the Civil War, the American Bible Society produced pocket Bibles to fit into soldier’s uniforms—distributing more than million Bibles to soldiers on. American Bible Society (ABS), international agency under lay control, formed in New York in as a union of 28 local Bible societies “to encourage the wider circulation of the Holy Scriptures throughout the world, without note or comment, through translation, publication, distribution, and stimulation of use.” Early in its history it set as its goal the placing of a Bible in every home.
Endorsed in its time by Francis Scott Key, John Jay, and Theodore Roosevelt, the American Bible Society (ABS) is a seminal institution for American Protestants. The group was founded in with the goal of distributing free copies of the Bible in local languages throughout the world. Today, the ABS is a Christian ministry based in Philadelphia with a $ million endowment.
"The Bible Cause" is an in-depth history of the American Bible Society. The book started with the formation of the ABS in and ended in (with the epilogue covering and future goals). The author described the changing structure, 4/5(4).
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Site Store. Endorsed in its time by Francis Scott Key, John Jay, and Theodore Roosevelt, the American Bible Society (ABS) is a seminar institution for American Protestants. The groups were founded in with the goal of distributing free copies of the Bible in local languages throughout the world.
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A Bible society is a non-profit organization, usually nondenominational in makeup, devoted to translating, publishing, and distributing the Bible at affordable prices. In recent years they also are increasingly involved in advocating its credibility and trustworthiness in contemporary cultural life.
Traditionally Bible society editions contain scripture, without any doctrinal notes or comments. The American Bible Society, founded years ago to publish, distribute and translate the Bible, presented its “Affirmation of Biblical Community” to employees in December. A Little About American Bible Society.
Our mission is to make the Bible available to every person in a language and format each can understand and afford, so all people may experience its life-changing message. The American Bible Society (ABS) will make that point in steel, glass, and wood in November when it opens its Faith and Liberty Discovery Center.
The $60 million center under construction at the corner of Fifth and Market Streets, will explore the role of faith and the Bible in American history, a new mission for the year-old.
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Projected to open inthe Faith & Liberty Discovery Center will invite people from all backgrounds to embark on an immersive experience to learn about the Bible’s influence on American history and culture.
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Sign-in to download and listen to this audiobook today. First time visiting Audible. Get this book free when you sign up for a day Trial. Historian John Fea stops by to answer a few questions about the American Bible Society (the subject of his latest book with Oxford University Press)explaining its origins, context, translations, and its relationship to Catholics, technology, nationalism, and moreas well as what it's like to have academic freedom while writing an institutional history.
The bible continued to shape american history. Some Americans saw the great push westward as fulfilling the Lord’s plan for the United Author: David Gelernter.
How the American Bible Society Became Evangelical A look back at a major turning point in the year history of the storied organization. John Fea This comprehensive history, written to commemorate the American Bible Society (ABS) bicentennial, explores the ABS's roots, guiding philosophies, evolving mission, and influence domestically and inter.