In the last few years much has happened in connection with the Dead Sea Scrolls. International controversy has erupted over the lack of access to the unpublished scrolls, while a renewed effort has been made to finish the large task of editing the remaining texts from the fourth cave—the richest repository of writings—in which 15,000...
The Fire Bible Global Study Edition combines the literal word-for-word precision and accuracy of the NIV with an incredible tool kit of Bible knowledge resources applicable for any teaching and preaching professional, but simple enough to use for any new or seasoned student wanting to mine the maximum value of God's Scriptural riches.
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This bundled set of select Bible study material by Edgar Johnson Goodspeed contains excellent and detailed introductory material on individual New Testament books (particularly the epistles) and on the New Testament itself as an historical, credible document. In addition it gives valuable manuscript background commentary to the Greek scholar.
The Annotated Commentary on the Holy Bible was written by the renowned English Nonconformist theologian Matthew Poole. This is a useful and practical commentary on the entire Bible that includes a summary and introduction for each book and chapter along with verse-by-verse insight.
Chris Benfield's partly expository, partly textual treatments are both simple and contemporary. They have that rare combination of being interesting for private Bible study as well as for useful for preparing a lesson when you have little time. The set also includes some very good topical lessons.
The New Testament in Modern English is a forerunner to contemporary Bible paraphrases by J.B. Phillips. With a academic background in translating from the original Greek, Phillips set out to produce a translation using commonly spoken English, expanding and explaining when necessary, all while preserving the original meaning to the greatest extent possible.