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Zondervan’s First-Century Study Bible – Review

The NIV First-Century Study Bible takes a look at the Scriptures through the eyes of the first century believer, keeping it in its original Jewish and early Christian context. It is filled with information about culture, customs, archaeology, etc. It also has lots of word studies an articles, and full color photos throughout....

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From Around the Web: New Interpreters Study Bible review by Matthew Sherro

Dec 06, 14 From Around the Web: New Interpreters Study Bible review by Matthew Sherro

Posted by in Bible Reviews, Study Bible

The New Interpreters Study Bible from Abingdon Press is a new edition based on the NRSV. It looks to be an interesting edition. Features include extensive historical and theological annotations on the biblical text; brief introductions and outlines for each biblical book; excursuses giving further background and insight regarding...

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Fortress Commentary on the Bible New Testament

Nov 28, 14 Fortress Commentary on the Bible New Testament

Posted by in Books, Commentaries, E-books

Fortress Commentary on the Bible New Testament is a commentary that takes a different approach than what is found in most commentaries. Rather than just telling the reader what to believe, it analyzes the setting and discusses how the text has been interpreted throughout history. The New Testament edition follows the same structure...

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Crossway ESV Single Column Legacy in Brown Top Grain Leather

My son found this amazing brown top grain leather edition of Crossway’s Single Column Legacy. I’ve reviewed this Bible’s features here, so I won’t go over that again, but I wanted to take a look at the cover. The brown leather has a gorgeous grain. It’s soft, but not so soft that you can’t hold...

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Fortress Commentary on the Bible Old Testament Review

Nov 16, 14 Fortress Commentary on the Bible Old Testament Review

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The Fortress Commentary on the Bible: The Old Testament and Apocrypha brings a diversity of perspectives and interpretations with the primary focus on a historical and cultural analysis of the text. It demonstrates a broad range of theological ideas and interpretations. How the Commentary is Structured Topical Articles Covers...

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Choosing a Bible to Preach From

Most articles about choosing a Bible for preaching focus on choosing a Bible translation. That’s important, but what if you already know what translation you’re going to use and you really want to know how to choose a Bible to preach from? There are many things to consider in choosing a Bible: book size, font size,...

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