The Reformation Study Bible is the first study Bible based on the English Standard Version. It contains study notes that stand in the theological tradition of the Reformation. It is edited by well known theologian R.C. Sproul and has numerous well known contributing biblical scholars such as J.I. Packer, James Boice, and Wayne Grudem.
In addition of thousands of study notes explaining passages of scripture, the Reformation Study Bible goes deeper with 96 notes on central doctrinal teachings of scripture.
The Reformation Study Bible replaces the Geneva Study Bible. The same editorial staff worked to produce this Bible under its new name.
The Reformation Study Bible is available in hardcover and leather bindings. It can be purchased in the English Standard Version and the NKJV translations.
What is Reformed Theology?: Understanding the Basics
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The original Geneva Bible opened the doors for millions of Christians to read the Bible in their own language and understand it without the help of a priest. The New Geneva Study Bible captures the original spirit of this with great study notes from reformed Christian leaders such as editors R.C. Sproul and J.I. Packer.
The same editorial staff teamed up to replace the New Geneva Study Bible with the Reformation Study Bible. This carries the tradition of the Geneva study Bible under a new name.
The Geneva study Bible is available in hardcover and leather editions. It is translated in the New King James Version.
If you want a more historic and authentic copy of the Geneva Bible, copies of the 1560 and 1599 versions are also available.
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The Geneva Bible: A Facsimile of the 1560 Edition
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