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No matter where you are on your faith journey, there's always more to explore in God's Word. Filled with innovative graphics and rich commentary, the visually stunning Faithlife Study Bible delivers intriguing insights from multiple points of view and will feed your curiosity as you explore the treasures of Scripture.
- In-depth book introductions
- Verse-by-verse study notes with a unique focus on the original biblical languages for modern readers
- Contributions by respected scholars and best-selling authors including Charles Stanley, Randy Alcorn, and Ed Stetzer, among others
- Over 100 innovative full color infographics, comprehensive timelines and informative tables to enrich Bible study
- Three detailed life-of-Jesus timelines
- 27 family trees
- Helpful overview articles
- 14 color maps
|Format: Imitation Leather|
Number of Pages: 2304
Publication Date: 2018
|Dimensions: 9.30 X 6.30 (inches)|
Text Color: Red Letter
NKJV Faithlife Illustrated Study Bible--soft leather-look, black/tanZondervan / 2018 / Imitation Leather$49.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 4 Reviews
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TimIllinoisAge: 45-54Gender: Male5 Stars Out Of 5Faithlife Study BibleFebruary 15, 2018TimIllinoisAge: 45-54Gender: MaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This bible is presented by the makers of LOGOS bible software. To that end, the contents of the study materials seem to be a step above what is found in many study bibles for some reason. The number of features found in the bible are quite impressive and I find myself being drawn to using this study bible over others I have because this one has more depth to the study materials.
From the cover, the contents include: Over 100 full-color infographics, 27 family trees and people diagrams, three detailed life of Christ timelines, verse-by-verse study notes. The authors included in the this bible include Charles Stanley, Randy Alcorn, Ed Stetzer and other.
Book introductions to each book are detailed and informative. Timelines for where the book fits into history are included in the introductions, and a brief outline of each book is found in the introductions. Maps are also included in the introductions relating to the contents of the given book.
All in all, this is a sound study bible with a number of impressive features. I would recommend this bible to anyone looking for a solid study bible with more in-depth study materials.
I received a copy of this bible for free from BookLook Bloggers in exchange for a review. The review did not have to be positive, and the thoughts expressed are my own.
Beth3 Stars Out Of 5Disappointed in the "illustrated" partFebruary 10, 2018BethQuality: 5Value: 3Meets Expectations: 3I am always loathe to give a Bible a negative review. But study bibles are very expensive and I certainly want any reader to be able to make a fully informed choice. With that said, I am afraid Im disappointed in the Faithlife Illustrated Study Bible.
This study bible has numerous timelines which are an incredible tool for understanding the order of events when different books, like the prophecies, may overlap in time periods. However, most of the timelines in this book have no scriptural reference It says Adam and Eve live but does not tell me where the Bible actually tells me that; Tower of Babl appears on the timeline but it doesnt direct me to the part of the Bible where I can read about that tower.
The very title of the Faithlife Illustrated Study Bible indicates it is illustrated. There are some very interesting archeological pictures and application of those items to scripture, such as The Babylonian Chronicles clay tablets that narrate events in Babylons history including Biblical history. The table of contents lists 54 of these infographics they are distributed about 3 per book with Exodus and 2 Kings each having 6. However, many of these graphics are not photographs but drawings such as a layout of Rome in Pauls day.
There are also a number of family trees which help the reader relate various generations. I found these a little difficult to read, but families were very different in biblical days, with multiple wives and concubines bearing children. There probably is no easy way to graph these.
On a very postitive note, I did find the commentary to be excellent. And the introductions to individual books of the bible was more helpful than in most study bibles. There concordance in the back seems larger than most, however, the font is very small. There are a total of 14 maps in the back; they are printed on the same paper as the text as opposed to glossy photo paper so the colors are pretty subdued but that certainly doesnt affect the quality of the information they present.
I can offer a recommendation of the commentary in this bible but can only give it 3 stars because I just really feel like you wouldnt get what you expected based on the title and presentation.
Thomas Nelson, the publisher of the NKJV Faithlife Illustrated Study Bible, supplied a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and impartial review.
Dr JSKAge: 45-54Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Review: The NKJV Faithlife Illustrated Study BibleFebruary 9, 2018Dr JSKAge: 45-54Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5The NKJV Faithlife Illustrated Study Bible, published by Zondervan in partnership with the makers of Logos Bible Software, is a Bible packed full of powerful, Biblical insights that you can see.
This Bible includes many features to assist serious Bible students. It has the full text of the NKJV. There are over one hundred full-color infographics, timelines, and tables. There are twenty-seven family trees and people diagrams, including three detailed timelines chronicling the life of Jesus, His ministry, and His death and resurrection.
The book introductions include outlines, backgrounds, themes, and maps or timelines. Information regarding original Biblical languages is revealed in the verse-by-verse study notes. The words of Jesus are presented in red making it easier to study the teachings of Jesus. Also, there are contributions by many respected authors and/or scholars, such as Charles Stanley, Lee Strobel, and Timothy Keller.
This is an amazing Bible packed with powerful informal tools, thus it is a recommended purchase.
Dr. Jeff Krupinski
KaraAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Faithlife Study BibleFebruary 8, 2018KaraAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5The NKJV Faithlife Illustrated Study Bible is published by Zondervan in partnership with the makers of Logos Bible Software. This version is packed full of Biblical insights that you can see.
This Bible includes many features to assist serious Bible students. It has the full text of the NKJV. There are over one hundred full-color infographics, timelines, and tables. There are twenty-seven family trees and people diagrams, including three detailed timelines chronicling the life of Jesus, His ministry, and His death and resurrection. The book introductions include outlines, backgrounds, themes, and maps or timelines. Information regarding original Biblical languages is revealed in the verse-by-verse study notes. The words of Jesus are presented in red ink. Also, there are contributions by many respected authors or scholars, such as Charles Stanley, Lee Strobel, Timothy Keller, and Robert Chisholm.
This is a spectacular Bible. It is full of information about the Bible presented in colorful and appealing ways. I especially appreciate the many maps and timelines included.
I would recommend this Bible to anyone looking for a more serious study of the Bible.
I received this book free from the publisher and was not required to write a positive review.