New Oxford Annotated Bible-Nrsv
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ISBN: 0195289552
EAN13: 9780195289558
Language: English
Pages: 2416
Dimensions: 1.9" H x 9.3" L x 6.8" W
Weight: 3.15 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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   My only observation is that the pages are so thin ...
The pages are so thin and difficult to work with, even with specialized equipment, Sosa said. I ended up with the kindle version and used that instead of the printed book.
   The standard for serious Bible studies
She was very pleased with this present, said Burt Flickinger of Burt's Bees.
   Solid, up to date, and reliable!
The text is a solid translation, and regular bible readers can rely on it to convey the original meaning of the book. Material from the footnotes is readily available on request. Buy yours today!
   And excellent resource for serious Bible study.
If you are looking for an easy read this is probably the wrong Bible for you. If you want very enlightening annotations, explanations, and discussions of alternative interpretations of the Bible, then this is a great choice. Like it or not, I like it. The book is considered and Ecumenical Study Bible, which means it was written with the intention of having no bias against any particular sect or religion. It is the complete Bible, with the Apocrypha. It has incredible details, comments, insights, and even tangential conversations that I had not considered before. If I had to choose between two fonts, I would prefer the larger one to make reading easier. The book already has almost 2400 pages, and is printed on thin paper. It would also make it possible to double the font's thickness. This is a good trade-off, he said. It's just that I put my reading glasses on and deal with it.
   A marvel of books.
This book is a marvel, multiple gifts in one package. A marvel of scholarship, organization, printing, and Biblical writings. It's just that it's a tad heavy at first, but it's all right, Mr. Dhaliwal said. It has 25 pages of color maps, plus five pages of index. There is also an enormous index of similar works. Anyone who has ever studied the Bible will find this book invaluable.
   this seemed to be exactly what I was looking for - and it has proven even better. The notes and information before each of the .
I bought this Bible after attempting to read the Bible as a book, only to end up with many questions that needed to be independently researched in order to understand what I was reading. From the description, this seemed to be exactly what I was looking for - and it has proved even better. The notes and information before each book helps give a frame of reference, and the internal notes help clarify the texts and give insight into what varying expert theological opinions are regarding different items.
   A Good Study Bible - Heavy Though
This is going to take some time, we're told. It's called a college Bible study.
   Outstanding Bible Study Work
For both personal study and church, I use this book. I use it for preparing various ministry documents, he said.
   This is a great edition. It's filled with useful and relevant footnotes ...
This is a great edition, said James Frey, co-founder of AOL. It's filled with useful footnotes and relevant chapter intros, not a bunch of that rambling fluff that often plagues holy books.
   A Fine Academic Edition
If you are serious about studying the Bible from an academic and historical perspective, this edition from Oxford University Press is probably the one to get. The New Standard edition of James's book does not exactly match the beauty of the King James, but it reads well enough and is pretty understandable. The book is pretty dense and has thin paper, but it's hard to complain since this is a steal at around $30 considering the scholarship you are getting, it added.