The NIV Zondervan Study Bible, eBook - Richard Hess

The NIV Zondervan Study Bible, eBook

By Richard Hess

  • Release Date: 2015-08-25
  • Genre: Bibles
Score: 4
4
From 10 Ratings

Description

“This NIV Zondervan Study Bible is a tremendous tool for informed Bible reading and study. I highly recommend this publication.” Tim Keller, Redeemer Presbyterian Church, New York City

“Let the NIV Zondervan Study Bible equip you for more faithful theological thinking and doctrinal integrity.” R. Albert Mohler, Jr., President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

The NIV Zondervan Study Bible, featuring Dr. D. A. Carson as general editor, is built on the truth of Scripture and centered on the gospel message. An ambitious and comprehensive undertaking, Dr. Carson, with committee members Dr. T. Desmond Alexander, Dr. Richard S. Hess, Dr. Douglas J. Moo, and Dr. Andrew David Naselli, along with a team of over 60 contributors from a wide range of evangelical denominations and perspectives, crafted all-new study notes and other study tools to present a biblical theology of God’s special revelation in the Scriptures. To further aid the readers’ understanding of the Bible, also included are full-color maps, charts, photos and diagrams. In addition, a single-column setting of the Bible text provides maximum readability.
8.9-point type size

Reviews

  • Difficult to use

    2
    By cadihod
    This Bible has a ton of info but very hard to use as an ebook. I have the Olive tree app with this study Bible. Much easier to access information.
  • Technically ...

    4
    By Beekums
    I believe this is the most technically accessible study Bible available between the e-book versions of the ESV, NIV and NKJ. And within that very narrow confine, this version is worth 4 or more stars. Bear in mind, any book you plan to use as a reference (and every Bible is one) is best used in a paper-bound format. So far no technology allows one to move back and forth with any speed between topics that often are addressed in one or more Gospels, letters and Old Testament references the way one can with a couple fingers and maybe a slip or two of paper stuck in a physical copy of the Bible. In other words, almost all of us probably are best served with the least expensive version of an electronic Bible and a physical study Bible. Electronic Bibles are terrific for use in church when one wishes to take notes and not be constrained by margins etc. and in my case very poor handwriting. They also fit on your phone and tablet. But paying for the latest version of any of the major study Bibles likely is wasted money for many of us.

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