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Featuring the accuracy of the NASB, MacArthur Study Bible is perfect for serious study. MacArthur offers a study Bible designed not to "fit lifestyles," but to transform lives through vital insights into God's Word. Right there on the page beside the Bible text are helpful charts, and maps, along with thousands of study notes personally written by Dr. MacArthur and informed by the research of scholars at the Master's Seminary.

Features include:

  • Two column layout with center-column cross-references
  • 20,000 Study Notes
  • Book Introductions and Outlines
  • 12-page Outline of Systematic Theology
  • 121-page Concordance
  • 8 pages of full-color maps (plus many in-text maps)
  • Timelines, Charts, & Diagrams
  • Presentation Page & Family Record Section
  • Ribbon Marker
  • 9-point Bible text size, 7.5-point notes text size
  • 9.75" x 7.00" x 1.75"

Product Information

Format: Bonded Leather
Number of Pages: 2240
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2006
Dimensions: 9.75 X 7.0 X 1.75 (inches)
ISBN: 0529122510
ISBN-13: 9780529122513
References: Cross References
Text Layout: Double Column
Text Color: Black Letter
Text Size: 9 Point
Note Size: 7 Point
Thumb Index: No
Ribbon Marker: Yes
Spine: Sewn
Page Gilding: Gold

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Publisher's Description

A classic resource, The MacArthur Study Bible is perfect for serious study. Dr. John MacArthur has collected his pastoral and scholarly work of more than 35 years to create the most comprehensive study Bible available. No other study Bible does such a thorough job of explaining the historical context, unfolding the meaning of the text, and making it practical for your life.

Features include:

  • 125-page concordance, including people and places
  • More than 20,000 study notes, charts, maps, outlines, and articles from Dr. John MacArthur
  • Overview of Theology
  • Index to Key Bible Doctrines
  • 9-point type size

Part of the Signature Series line of Thomas Nelson Bibles

MacArthur Study Bibles sold to date: More than 1.8 million

Author Bio

John MacArthur serves as the pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California, president of The Master’s College and Seminary, and featured teacher with the Grace to You media ministry which reaches millions worldwide each day. In more than four decades of ministry, John has written dozens of bestselling books, including The MacArthur Study Bible, The Gospel According to Jesus, The MacArthur New Testament Commentary Series, and Slave. He and his wife, Patricia, have four married children and fifteen grandchildren.

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  1. Bilky
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Yes the NASB MacArthur Study Bible Study Bible is superior to the KJV.....
    August 24, 2017
    Bilky
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    The New American Standard Bible uses contemporary language and punctuation, the King James version does not, being written almost 400 years ago, and virtually unchanged for about 120 years. The crux of the matter of readability is the difficulty of the Elizabethan English of the KJV, which is laborious to read even for those who are well educated and familiar with the texts, when compared to reading the same texts in the clearly written NASB in it's familiar modern format and natural vocabulary. Other readability issues include the use of quotations and poetic stanzas, small caps for Old Testament quotes in the New Testament, and capitalization of pronouns referring to deity. The NASB also recognizes Greek translations of Hebrew names and translates the names consistently, as opposed to the KJV which gives us multiple names for the same person; for example, the KJV calls Judah, the son of Israel, "Judas" in Matthew 1:2, because that's how it is in Greek. The NASB simply calls him Judah in both the Old and New Testaments; this is simpler to understand and just as accurate.

    The King James version is excellent, but we have since learned a great deal about both ancient Greek and Hebrew. Our understanding of Greek has grown significantly, particularly with the discovery that the Greek Bible was in common Greek, but our understanding of Hebrew has vastly improved since the 17th century, during which time the ancient Hebrew was very poorly understood. The NASB clearly benefits from a better understanding of the languages, and presents not only closer translations, but provides notes for certain aspects of translation, as discussed above. When the NASB and KJV differ on the rendering of a text, which is not based on variance in the manuscripts, the NASB is usually more favorable to the original languages. Also, slight variations in words chosen and sentance forms used throughout the NASB reflect our current understanding of Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic, which has improved dramatically in 400 years.

    The KJV was based on the manuscripts which were few in number, local in geography, and late in date. Archeology has, since the KJV, made almost all important manuscript discoveries - everything from the Dead Sea Scrolls back to the Rosetta Stone, all occur after the KJV. These new manuscripts can be found in conclusive families, based on history and geography, with standardized variations of content and recognizable progression of modifications. Today's critical texts are very broad based and careful reconstructions of the original writings, and cannot be reasonably discounted out-of-hand, nor can the published arguments of those who would demand the exclusive use of the Textus Receptus be validated, or even accepted as reasonable. To suppose that the much older, much more widely distributed manuscripts, in many languages, which have been discovered over the last 390 years are all corrupted and inferior to the sources for the KJV is incredible, to say the least.

    While almost all KJV Bibles are published with some kind of notes, none are version inclusive. The NASB does include a particular set of notes with the text which pertain directly to the rendering. The first example of these notes is the notation of the literal translation in those instances where a word or phrase is not literal. A second set of notations identify certain passages as being included or excluded in various manuscripts, or giving readings found in alternate mss. Other advantages of text notes include the use of the small-capitals font when the New Testament is quoting the Old Testament, the marking of the Greek historical presents tense, and the capitalization of personal pronouns which refer to deity. The fact of the matter is that the English Bible is a translation, and as such, justifiably calls for adequate translation notes, notes which are bountiful in the NASB and completely absent from the KJV.
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    This review was written for The MacArthur Study Bible, NASB - eBook.
    best Bible with excellent study helpers
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    My husband loves John McArthur's Bible and nasb is his favorite translation. Got this to replace his old ruined one. It's gorgeous! So much so I'm afraid he'll ruin it. I paid to have his name inscribed on it. STUNNING!
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    The NASB MacAathur study bible is the most awesome study bible I have ever owned or used. I would highly recommend it to all serious bible students and or teachers!!
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