Tim LaHaye Prophecy Study Bible –New King James Version
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Tim LaHaye Prophecy Study Bible –New King James Version

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For more than 20 years, Bibles have been the primary focus and goal of AMG Publishers. Now with our new Tim LaHaye Prophecy Study Bible to go along with our Hebrew-Greek Key Word Study Bible, we are able to provide you with the finest in quality.
Hardcover, 1768 pages
Published July 28th 2002 by AMG Publishers (first published October 6th 2000)
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