Author: Lucinda Brown

Harper Collins Study Bible – from around the Web

Matt Sherro has written an extensive review of the Harper Collins Study Bible. As Matt explains, it’s a general reference Bible that tends to go toward the Historical-Critical Method of Textual Criticism, also known as higher criticism. I found the review as interesting as it is detailed. You can read the review here: Harper Collins Study Bible Review...

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Crossway’s New ESV Bible App for iOS

Releasing today is Crossway’s newest version of the ESV Bible app for iOS. This one promises to be the most beautiful and easy-to-use Bible app available. Crossway has taken a closer look at how each part of the app interacts with the biblical text, including the font choices, button arrangement, text layout options, and more. Every element was designed to make interacting with the Scriptures as intuitive as possible. It also features a brand new in-app store. You even get free access to: the ESV Global Study Bible Personalized reading plans Audio streaming and more You can see more at Crossway’s website and the...

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Free WiseDecor Printable

My friends at wisedecor have provided a free printable for Bible Buying Guide readers. Psalms 119:105 is one of my all-time favorite verses and they’ve rendered it beautifully. Click on the image for full size.   Feel free to download and print this for your use. This is a nice example of the work they do. You can see other decor (elegant wall lettering that’s personalized) that they’ve created at their site: wisedecor.com They also run MissionStatements.com, where they help you develop your own mission...

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From Around the Web – Wesley Study Bible Review

Matt Sherro has written a nice review of the Wesley Study Bible, CEB. Here’s the info provided by the publisher: “Lead an abundant life, grow as a faithful disciple, and find new avenues to serve. By studying The Wesley Study Bible, readers will share God’s grace and find the good gifts God has for them. As God transforms them through study, they will be inspired to transform the world. Contributors from across the Wesleyan family join together to help others experience God in fresh ways. The Wesley Study Bible highlights the depth of John Wesley’s perspectives on scripture and features accessibly written notes and articles contributed by pastors, theologians, and Bible scholars. Easy-to-understand explanations of core terms encompass the following themes: eternal life, forgiveness, grace, heaven, holiness, justice, and mission.” You can read the review here: Wesley Study Bible...

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ESV Women’s Devotional Bible from Crossway – Review

There will always be a need for devotional Bibles that are targeted to a specific audience. One such Bible is Crossway’s ESV Women’s Devotional Bible. There are many different types of devotional Bibles. Some are focused on daily devotions, and they’re not much use as a regular Bible. Others have devotional articles placed throughout the text. This one from Crossway is one of those with articles throughout the text. This make for a better choice because it can be used as a carry and reading Bible. Like many Crossway study Bibles, this also has the benefit of an online...

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