Category: Bible Type

Archaeological Study Bible

The Archaeological Study Bible from Zondervan is one of the finest study Bibles available. It is free from Theological influence and gives insights on the culture of Biblical times. It also contains many archaeological facts that help defend the Bible as the Word of God. The Archaeological Study Bible is a must-have volume for your Bible study library. It is available in KJV and NIV.   NIV Archaeological Study Bible Renaissance Fine Leather, Venetian Brown 1984An Illustrated Walk Through Biblical History and Culture, The NIV Archaeological Study Bible sheds new light on the Bible. From the beginnings of Genesis to the end of Revelation, this new study Bible is filled with informative articles and full-color photographs of places and objects that will open your eyes to the historical context of the stories you read and the people you meet in Scripture. From kings and empires to weapons of war to clay pots used for carrying water, the archaeological record surrounding God’s Word will help contextualize and inform your personal study.Features: 4-color interior throughout Bottom of page study notes highlight and add further explanation to passages that speak onarchaeological or cultural facts included in the Scripture Articles (520) covering one of the following five categories: Archaeological Sites (Hazor, Ugarit, Arad, Ephesus) Cultural and Historical Notes (ancient seals and scarabs, perfume and anointing, the missionary journeys of Paul) Ancient Peoples and...

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Cambridge ESV Wide Margin

 by Jonathan Ammon  Wide-Margin Bibles are one of the most popular and effective tools for personal Bible study. They allow you to create your own personalized study Bible, inviting you to investigate your own interpretation and experience with the word of God. In essence it is the creation of your own reference tool and doctrinal aid. A wide-margin Bible simply gives you the space to write your own notes around the word of God allowing marking, underlining and highlighting to be augmented by notes, chain references, diagrams, sketches, charts etc. As a graduation gift to myself, I purchased a Cambridge ESV Wide Margin Bible. This is my first wide-margin Bible and I reasoned that if I was going to meticulously write notes in it, I wanted it to last a lifetime. The edition I purchased features a smyth-sewn binding, art-gilt page edges, two ribbons and a genuine goatskin cover. It was a pricey item but I’m planning for it to last a lifetime and contain an entire book full of interpretational notes etc. Mark Bertrand has written an excellent review of the product. Of course this rationale propagated itself and I thought, “If the Bible is this expensive I really should buy a fine point archival quality pen to write in it,” hence my notes are made in an 005 purple Pigma Micron, which is the most heavily reccomended pen for Bible...

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New LCBP Mid Size Text Wide Margin Center Column Reference Red Letter

Just released is Local Church Bible Publisher’s Center-column Reference Wide-margin KJV in red letter. 9″ x 6.4″ x 1.5″ Margins (in/out/top/bottom): 0.75″ x 0.25″ x 1.5″ x 1.25″ Ironed Calfskin KJV 2 ribbons Center-column reference Concordance Maps   It looks to be an 8-point font that’s nice and bold. This would be a great Bible for...

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Miklal Software Solutions The Comprehensive Biblical Hebrew and Aramaic Glossary

Miklal Software Solutions The Comprehensive Biblical Hebrew and Aramaic Glossary for nook and Kindle contains both Hebrew and Aramaic dictionaries from Humphrey H. Hardy II. The format of the dictionary is superb. It is easy to navigate and text looks beautiful. Every Hebrew and Aramaic word that appears in the Bible is there. Definitions are taken from The Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament, The Hebrew and Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament by Ludwig Koehler and Walter Baumgartner, The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew, and more in order to present the best possible scholarship. Since a dictionary is not read linearly, MSS has gone to extremes to make navigation easy. There are several navigation options. The first is a table of contents with hyperlinks to each letter in the Hebrew and Aramaic alphabets. Selecting the letter provides the next level of screens, which provides two letters, narrowing down your choices. The second navigation method allows you to scroll through the letter you want to search in transliteration. This gives you a list of two-letter combinations to narrow down your search. The third navigation option allows you to move the slider in order to navigate to a particular location. These letters are also transliterated. The fourth method allows you to search for the transliterated word. Simply type ‘h’, a space, and the word in Hebrew and ‘a’,...

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