Tag Archives: Study Bible

Reformation Heritage KJV Study Bible

We spoke about Study Bibles yesterday, and here is yet another one for the Reformed (Anglican?) folk coming out this year: Reformation Heritage KJV (King James Version) Study. The sampler is here. The notes – as would be expected – seem to be copious. … Continue reading

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The Didache Bible

As any one who knows me will attest, I love Bibles (esp. Study Bibles) and have kind of got into collecting holy writ, be it Catholic, Protestant or Orthodox (btw. Protestants by far have produced the most Bible versions, however … Continue reading

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Little Rock Catholic Study Bible Available in eBook


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CEB Study Bible

Coming soon: Due out later this year, the CEB Study Bible will come in a number of different cover options including hardcover, deco-tone, and leather.  It will be available with and without the Apocrypha (Deuterocanonicals). Having looked at a few … Continue reading

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Ignatius Catholic Study Bible (Update) Old Testament

Timothy has the news: Responding to a listener question on a recent Catholic Answers Live radio program, Fr. Fessio of Ignatius Press stated that he hoped the Ignatius Catholic Study Bible Old Testament would be completed in a year or two.  … Continue reading

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A Complete Ignatius Catholic Study Bible in 2014 / 2015

It would seem as if an entire Ignatius Catholic Study Bible will be completed by 2014 or 2015. I already have the New Testament and it really is good. I do hope they hurry along… HT:  Timothy who notes: The beginning of this … Continue reading

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Maybe the ESV was Just a Marketing Ploy after all?

So suggests Joel over as Unsettled Christianity.

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Focusing on the Jewish Story of the New Testament

‘The more I study New Testament, the better Jew I become’: Growing up Jewish in North Dartmouth, Mass., Amy-Jill Levine loved Christianity. Her neighborhood “was almost entirely Portuguese and Roman Catholic,” Dr. Levine said last Sunday at her book party … Continue reading

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The Jewish Annotated New Testament

Coming this month: Published by Oxford University Press, here is the product description: Although major New Testament figures–Jesus and Paul, Peter and James, Jesus’ mother Mary and Mary Magdalene–were Jews, living in a culture steeped in Jewish history, beliefs, and practices, … Continue reading

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Pic of the Day

Following closely on the stunning photo of Jerusalem posted yesterday is this one: It comes via the Bible Places Blog where Todd Bolen writes: Crossway has posted a beautiful image of an open Bible with Jerusalem in the background. The publisher is using … Continue reading

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