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Tyndale House The Way, Hardcover

The Way connects a restless generation, a generation looking for direction, to Jesus—the Way, the Truth, and the Life. It uses first-person stories, reflections, and questions which bring the Bible to the real world.

Today's 16-30 year olds are looking for connection to something bigger than themselves. They want something that works and is honest, authentic. Something that they can actually experience. Something that gives them hope.

The Way offers a way that works. A way that matters. A way that asks them to step up to something important enough—big enough—to live for. It's a visual, textual, and interactive experience for a generation that has blurred the boundaries of media. It's an interactive experience for those ready for collaboration, change, and a challenge.
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Customer Reviews for The Way, Hardcover
Review 1 for The Way, Hardcover
This review is fromThe Way, Softcover.
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For older folks with a youthful spirit too!

Date:May 5, 2013
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New Dawn Management LLC
Location:Charlotte, NC Area
Age:45-54
Gender:male
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I really love this Bible. It is "hip" and relevant! Even though I am 45 years old, I am an older person with a youthful spirit. I have 2 teenagers ages 14 and 16 and I can share this Bible with them too! It will help me to stay in touch with today's youth.
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Review 2 for The Way, Hardcover
This review is fromThe Way - eBook.
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I Like It!

Date:September 13, 2012
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Darrin
Location:PA
Age:35-44
Gender:male
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This is a great bible. Although its marketed to 17-30 year olds and I’m 41 I found it to be fantastic. I also love the NLT translation. This bible is easy to read and of good quality.
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Review 3 for The Way, Hardcover
This review is fromThe Way, Softcover.
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nice bible

Date:May 9, 2012
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d distefano
Location:charleston, sc
Age:45-54
Gender:female
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I have the original The Way bible back from when I was a child, in 1972. I love it, and still use it. I was very excitted to hear that there was a new one out. It is easy to read. But when I recieved my new one, I was a little disappointed. The print is much smaller, and the cover does not feel as sturdy as the old version. But it is a nice bible. Especially for young people.
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Review 4 for The Way, Hardcover
This review is fromThe Way, Softcover.
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THE WAY Bible - The Living Bible from Tyndale

Date:February 29, 2012
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Lesha Cantrell
Location:Denver CO
Age:35-44
Gender:female
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I have the Catholic Edition of this which is The Living Bible translation with the deutercanonical books which are at the back of the Bible. Everything else is the same.
This description fits what is on the inside of the Bible.
Today's 16-30 year olds are looking for connection to something bigger than themselves. They want something that works and is honest, authentic. Something that they can actually experience. Something that gives them hope.
The Way offers a way that works. A way that matters. A way that asks them to step up to something important enough—big enough—to live for. It's a visual, textual, and interactive experience for a generation that has blurred the boundaries of media. It's an interactive experience for those ready for collaboration, change, and a challenge.
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