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Reformation Study Bible Leather Bound – Mar 2001


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A most useful study Bible! 22 Mar. 2003
By Robert A. Caldwell - Published on Amazon.com
The Reformation Study Bible, under the general editorship of well respected theologian and popular author R.C. Sproul, presents the reader with extensive study notes and commentary from leading North American Reformed theologians**. Originally, it was published as the "New Geneva Study Bible," in reference and deference to the Geneva Bible, the 1600s translation favored by the English Puritans.
The majority of study Bibles in print today advocate dispensational theology, so those of the Calvinistic bent, both Presbyterians and Reformed Baptists, will find the Reformation Study Bible to be a welcome and much needed relief.
It is interesting to note that editor R.C.Sproul, in his excellent 1977 book "Knowing Scripture" makes the following comment as part of a well reasoned critique of the Scofield Reference Bible: "Some editions of the Bible contain not only brief marginal notes such as mentioned above, but provide a running commentary. The most famous example of this type of Bible is the Scofield Reference Bible and the New Scofield Reference Bible. I am personally opposed to such editions. My opposition is rooted not so much in the theological posture of the commentary but in the principle of running commentary itself." The learned Dr. Sproul evidently modified his original position over the years, as we find him the editing the study notes of the New Geneva Study Bible in 1995. Those study notes are excellent; well written, well researched, and well reasoned. However, the large amount of study notes and commentary do point up to the one glaring deficiency of this otherwise excellent study Bible: the print of the text of Scripture is far too small! The font size of the text of Scripture is the same small size as that of the study notes, making it very difficult to preach or teach from the Reformation Study Bible.
**Ok, OK........I know that J.I Packer is British, and Roger Nicole is French, but they DO live in North America!
10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Great Notes! 1 April 2005
By JM - Published on Amazon.com
I loved the notes but the leather was cheap. It cost me an arm and a leg for the leather edition and now I wished I picked up the hard cover.

The content is excellent (5 stars), but save the money and get the hard cover. I like the KJV best and wish a Reformed Bible existed in the KJV, I was told of the Matthew Henry Bible...maybe I'll look at it.
the text commentary notes and specific doctrinal lessons are excellent. I prefer NKJV 21 July 2014
By Harry Maples - Published on Amazon.com
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the text commentary notes and specific doctrinal lessons are excellent. I prefer NKJV, which is becoming rare, so this offer was a great blessing. The binding on my first RSB lasted in eight years. Since this one has genuine leather I hope for many more years of edifying reading. As I'm rushing toward 70 I hope someone publishes a larger font RSB in the near future.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
great bible and study guide 14 Feb. 2009
By livinggodsgrace - Published on Amazon.com
The Bible contains a lot of information regarding the history, the author, etc. giving the reader much more information than the just the verses. A wonderful tool in studying the Word.
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