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The Bible is not like any other book because its ultimate Author is God. As the psalmist prayed in Psalm 119:18, "Open my eyes, that I may behold wondrous things out of your law," the new Reformation Study Bible emphasizes the need for the grace of God to lead out of darkness and into the light of Scripture.
The Reformation Study Bible is carefully crafted to offer an unparalleled reading, study, and discipleship experience for every age and stage of the Christian life.
Commentary By Trustworthy Reformed Scholars
- New theological notes from general editor, R.C. Sproul
- Commentary from 75 faithful theologians from around the world
- New topical articles to enrich additional study of Scripture
Thoroughly Revised & Expanded Study Aids
- Over 1.1 million words of verse-by-verse and topical explanations
- Over 20,000 new, revised, or expanded study notes
- Historical creeds and confessions from 2,000 years of church history
New Study Tools & Visual Helps
- 16 pages of high-resolution full color maps at back of Bible
- In-text embedded maps provide quick references as you read
- Concordance, table of weights and measures, and more
- Presentation page
- Bible reading plan
- 9.5-point text size
- 9.50" x 6.75" x 2.00"
- Over $400 in free Bible study resources with online registration
Number of Pages: 2560
Vendor: Reformation Trust Publishing
Publication Date: 2015
Dimensions: 9.50 X 6.75 X 2.0 (inches)
References: Center Column|Cross References
Text Layout: Double Column
|Text Color: Black Letter|
Text Size: 9 Point
Note Size: 7 Point
Thumb Index: No
Ribbon Marker: No
Page Gilding: None
Page Edges: White
ESV Reformation Study Bible, 2015 Edition, Black Genuine CowhideR.C. SproulReformation Trust Publishing / 2015 / Cowhide Leather$136.49 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 33 Reviews Video
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WillBee1 Stars Out Of 5DisappointingJuly 8, 2017WillBeeQuality: 5Value: 2Meets Expectations: 1I like Dr. Sproul's books, but whoever (probably not him) compiled the notes for this Bible did not take the proper time. Many of these notes are very generic, and some are nearly identical to the standard NIV Study Bible notes and others. Some of the articles are good, probably lifted from Sproul's other writings. But other articles are also quite generic. As a whole, very little of the supplementary writing has anything to do with Reformation Theology, which is why I bought this.
If this is your FIRST study Bible, it is fine. It is not bad.
If you are looking for a study Bible that focuses on teachings of the Reformation, keep looking.
Wesley5 Stars Out Of 5ESV Reformation Study BibleApril 7, 2017WesleyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5One of the best study Bibles available. Plus, you get over $400 of FREE Bible study materials (e-books, videos, etc.) from Ligonier ministries along with the Bible. What a deal!
Egon Speneder2 Stars Out Of 5Study Notes almost identical with previous "Sproul Study Bibles", but with a font and lightness of print which is annoying.December 18, 2016Egon SpenederQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0This Bible is almost identical with R.C. Sproul's earlier "New Geneva Study Bible" (for the most part "word for word" the same Study Notes, although some editing was done) plus an additional 50 pages of 14 "Topical Articles" was added, plus almost a 100 pages of 10 various Creeds, Confessions, and Catechisms were added, with the usual Concordance, index, maps etc. Instead of it being a 2200 page Bible it's now well over 2500 pages. The big problem I saw was the Font Size and the lightness of the print. If I make a comparison with the older 1995 edition previously mentioned, there is a huge difference in the clarity of the print. I bought two of these Bibles, one in "New King James" (for a friend of mine) and the ESV for myself. I seriously thought of returning them but my "associate" talked me out of it.
JB5 Stars Out Of 5excellent!January 6, 2016JBQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5excellent
Kenny4 Stars Out Of 5A truely Reformed BibleSeptember 28, 2015KennyQuality: 3Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4I'm a great fan of RC Sproul and I enjoy his teachings and lectures and consider him a very well respected theologian in Christian apologetics and theology. However, when it came to this Bible he published I had to give it 4 stars instead of five.
The reason for this is because while the study notes are sound theologically and concise I was not impressed with his comment on Genesis 1:26 in reference to "Let Us make man in Our image and Likeness." RC Sproul says the following to Genesis 1:26, "The use of the plural here is variously interpreted. Some view this as an indication of plurality within the divine unity, hinting at the later NT revelation of the one God as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Others, explain this usage grammatically-either as a plural of majesty or as a deliberative plural (in which God directs the statement to Himself). Finally, some argue that God and His heavenly angelic court are in view." This note does not provide a direct approach to the passage instead it gives multiple ways how others view it and the question then becomes with these various views which is more Biblically Orthodox? Furthermore, this is no different than your typical NKJV, NASB, ESV, and etc... study bibles where it gives a general but not a distinctive view of the passage where most of them will say some scholars view the passage as... and others as... it does not help the believer to divide the Word of Truth. I like John Macarthur's comment on Genesis 1:26 in which he provides more a direct approach to the passage notice with me what he says, "The first clear indication of the triunity of God (cf. 3:22; 11:7). The very name of God, Elohim (1:1), is a plural form of El,Man. The crowning point of creation, a living human, was made in God's image to rule creation..."
There is more to this commentary but I don't want to overwhelm anyone who is reading this but as you can see RC Sproul for whatever reason does not provide a direct approach to this passage as Macarthur does. Although, that doesn't mean this isn't a good study bible there are a lot of things I like about this Bible that the Macarthur Bible does not have. Eventhough, I respect both RC Sproul and Macarthur and consider them to be the top notch theologians of our time I more inclined to the traditional reformed views or also known as covenantal theology that of RC Sproul, James Montgomery Boice, Sinclair Fergusion, Philip Ryken, Michael Horton, and many others. That is the reason why I gave the title of my review "A truely Reformed Bible" because like I said as much as I respect John Macarthur I don't share his views on dispensationalism and infant baptism and his study bible does not include confessions, creeds, and catechisms and that is what the reformation study bible does include that anyone of the traditional reformed circles can truly appreciate. I appreciate the reformed faith that embraces the past, present, and future and not throw out the baby with the bath water.