Thursday, February 14, 2019

The Wiersbe NKJV Study Bible, a review

I was really excited to peruse and review this Bible because Warren Wiersbe is a favorite Bible teacher.  I particularly enjoyed his "BE" series of studies.  You may have listened to him on the radio series, Back to the Bible, too.

This is a true study Bible with thousands of line-by-line notes at the bottom of pages, an Introduction to each Book of the Bible, a "Be Transformed" section under that Introduction, a good Concordance, an Index of Preaching Outlines, maps, etc.

I usually don't include the publishers notes but I think in this case, they will cover anything I forgot.

 Features include:
  • Thousands of verse-by-verse notes by Dr. Wiersbe
  • Hundreds of Catalyst notes which more deeply reveal important biblical themes and character issues to motivate transformation by the Holy Spirit through the Word
  • Book introductions featuring Dr. Wiersbe’s historical background, themes, and practical lessons for each book of the Bible
  • “Be transformed” section in each book introduction specifically pointing to the life-changing impact of that particular part of Scripture
  • Thousands of cross references, showing the connections throughout the Bible
  • Concordance with key words for deeper word study
  • Full-color maps
  • Clear and readable 10.5-point NKJV Comfort Print®
I was sent the black Leathersoft edition but it is available in many styles, including hardback.  The font is the ComfortPrint font, which is large enough for anyone except those requiring extra large fonts.

I highly recommend this study Bible for anyone who appreciates Wiersbe's teaching.  This Bible was provided by the publisher for the sake of review but the opinions are my own.

-Further info for the black Leathersoft edition... here.
-Further info for the hardback edition... here.
Other covers can be found by scrolling down on the pages.

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