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ESV Study Bible (TruTone, Mahogany, Ornament Design) Imitation Leather – March 31, 2015
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The only issue I had with the ESV Study Bible (TruTone, Mahogany) is that the font is too small .
I could read the main text . However I could not read the comments .
I know that this is personal, but it does not affect the overall high quality of it .
Now the important stuff. I am deeply impressed by the quality of the study notes. I have not even read the essay parts. I just worked through the first five chapters of Genesis and in Matthew I finished up to the end of the Sermon on the Mount. The depth and detail of review, even the word choice, is the best I have seen. I saw a new depths to the beatitudes that I have not heard from any pastor. And in Genesis, they correctly and with very good balance and nuance addressed the linkage of the word that shows up as 'desire' in the curse and when God was talking about sin's 'desire' for Cain. The original (Hebrew?) word only shows up in those two places in the entire Bible (as far as I know). Well done!! I always thought that the english word, without the nuance shown here, made no sense. The idea of Eve's desiring her husband being a curse use to always confuse me. But instead, the original word is translated in the curse as 'desire contrary to your husband'. The idea is that man's sinfulness causes men to be tempted to dominate their wives and wives to be tempted to control their husbands through manipulation. These two themes of broken relationship repeat themselves so pervasively in our culture. The historical details are also amazingly deep and make you think you bought an archeological study Bible. There are also Extensive maps on not just the eras of history, but down to battle sequences of the cities that were attacked by the Assyrians, for instance, on their way to confronting Hezekiah (before the angel slew 185,000 of them the next morning).
I feel I have about 10 Bible study books in this Bible and I get excited to read each chapter in anticipation of finding new things I had never seen before.
Best Bible I have ever owned. Even better than Kenneth Wuest! (and that had no notes, just perfectly rendered English to Greek that kept attention on all the pronoun and verb linkages with amazing clarity).