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  • The History of Study Bibles by Stephen Nichols

    In 1560, an exiled group of pastors and theologians made history. They published the first full edition of the Geneva Bible. It was a remarkable feat on many fronts. These scholars who worked on the Geneva Bible had been leaders …Read More

  • Study Bibles and the Great Commission by John MacArthur

    A stranger noticed I was carrying a study Bible and remarked, “That’s an odd title.” He was pointing at the spine of my Bible. I stood speechless for a brief moment, trying to figure out what he meant. “It’s not …Read More

  • Study Bibles as Theological Tool Kits by Justin Taylor

    When the Apostle Paul wrote to his young friend and pastoral protégé Timothy, he gave him a clear command about how to handle the Scriptures: “Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who has …Read More

  • Study Bibles for Our Hearts, Homes, and Churches by Joel Beeke

    Study Bibles are hardly new inventions. The medieval Glossa Ordinaria on the Latin Vulgate, Martin Luther’s prefaces and marginal notes in his German translation, and the Geneva Bible testify that for centuries, people have sought to combine the text of …Read More

  • Study Bibles in the Church by Victor Cruz

    When I was young in the Christian faith, I was asked to teach a Bible study every Saturday night for my church’s youth group. I felt honored, but at the same time I was terrified since I had never actually …Read More

  • Study Bibles: Soli Deo Gloria by Burk Parsons

    I was preaching at a church in Bogotá, Colombia, in 2007. The church met in an old warehouse, and although the congregation was rather large, it was quite poor. After my sermon, I met with several pastors from around Bogotá …Read More

  • When I Don’t Feel Forgiven by Ian Hamilton

    The Christian life is a constant battle against the world, the flesh, and the devil. If these forces had their way, it would destroy every single one of God’s blood-bought and dearly loved children. But our Lord Jesus assures us …Read More

  • When the Church Doesn’t Shine by Elliot Grudem

    Grace always has about it the scent of scandal,” Philip Yancey wrote. That’s true individually. It’s also true corporately. Jesus didn’t die for a perfect church; He died to make her perfect. At times, Jesus allows His bride’s imperfections to …Read More

  • Why a Study Bible? by R.C. Sproul

    The editors of Tabletalk asked me to speak about study Bibles and what drove Ligonier Ministries, in particular, to publish a thoroughly revised and updated version of the Reformation Study Bible. I’m glad to take up this task, …Read More

  • Blessed Are the Persecuted by Burk Parsons

    In 2004, I traveled to Iran with a delegation of Protestant Christians from the United States to meet with the vice president of the Iranian parliament. While in Iran, I preached at the Garden of Evangelism in Tehran, which was …Read More

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