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NIV Study Bible, Personal Size (1978)

by Kenneth L. Barker

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- The number one study Bible available for in-depth study.- Over 20,000 in-text study notes provide unparalleled scholarship and insight.- In-text maps, charts, diagrams, and illustrations facilitate study.- Over 5 million sold!
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This version is by far the best of the NIV study Bibles, especially its notes on OT prophets and narrative with dates of kings and other significant events. ( )
  dwlegg | Jan 4, 2022 |
Case 8 shelf 5
  semoffat | Aug 26, 2021 |
It's a bible. Hard to know what more to say about it than that, really.
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The earlier NIV Study Bible is SUBSTANTIALLY DIFFERENT IN DOCTRINAL CONTENT (and the notes make up much of this Bible, it is a *study* Bible) than the later ones, please do not combine if you do not know which ones are similar. For example, right from the begining the earlier edition was different, teaching in Genesis 1 the "Gap Theory" that allows for an old universe of millions of years and so from the beginning introducing a fundamentally different way of viewing the Bible and Bible interpretation. The later editions are much more faithful to the literal-grammatical-historical hermeneutic.
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- The number one study Bible available for in-depth study.- Over 20,000 in-text study notes provide unparalleled scholarship and insight.- In-text maps, charts, diagrams, and illustrations facilitate study.- Over 5 million sold!

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