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NIV Archaeological Study Bible/Personal-Tan/Brown Du

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Item Specifications...

Pages   2336
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 9.08" Width: 8.07" Height: 2.05"
Weight:   3.83 lbs.
Binding  Leather, Imitation
Release Date   Sep 30, 2007
Publisher   Zondervan Publishing
ISBN  0310938872  
EAN  9780310938873  
UPC  025986938871  

Bible Binding: Italian Duo-Tone
Color: Dark Chocolate/Toffee
Point/Type Size: 8.00
Version: NIV
Redlettering: Yes
Concordance: Yes - Built In Concordance

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A unique study Bible filled with informative articles and full-color photographs that will take you on an illustrated walk through biblical history and culture.

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Zondervan Bibles Zondervan Bibles is the Bible publishing division of Zondervan Publishing, a division of HarperCollins. The company produces Bibles in several translations including the King James Version (KJV), the Amplified Translation (AMP), the New International Version (NIV), the New International Reader's Version (NIrV), and Today's New International Version (TNIV).

The company also produces a respected line of study Bibles. Over 7 million pastors, students, church leaders, and other Bible readers around the world have taken advantage of the tools found in Zondervan's NIV Study Bible. In recognition of the 30th anniversary of the NIV translation, Zondervan updated the NIV Study Bible to make it even better.

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Study Bible-Archaelogical  Aug 14, 2009
Great Bible. If you enjoy knowing what the semi-current state of biblical archeology is and if you like to study about the geograsphical/demographical/historical context of scripture it is a great aid. If you have weak eyesight, get the larger print editions, due to the micro-size of the actual study-bible noptes at the bottom of ewach page. Great notes, just tiny in the personal size edition.
The Archaeological Study Bible  Jun 27, 2009
This Bible was given to our Sunday School teacher who has a passion for history and archaeology - he LOVES the Bible. (He's not just being nice!)
Egad! What a Monstrosity! Fine & Scholarly Notes & Annotations Affixed to Decrepit "New International Version" Quasi-Paraphrase!  Jun 18, 2009
It is disconcerting how many publishers release potentially good study (or "annotated") Bibles where the wealth of useful notes are attached to a defective translation, such as the popular but (at best the best that one say for it) mediocre and unreliable New International Version (N.I.V.). A scholarly Bible should take a scholarly translation as its base! The N.I.V. is very nearly an outright paraphrase, so loosely does it translate! The resort to "dynamic equivalency" simply occurs far too often, in passages where a "formally equivalent" rendering would be quite adequately clear, readable, and understandable. One can only encourage Zondervan to arrange to have this good study Bible re-edited to fit a responsible translation such as the New King James Version (N.K.J.V.) or the English Standard Version (E.S.V.).

Atop that, for heaven's sake, why would a Bible making so much of archaeology and biblical antiquities omit the Apocrypha? These deuterocanonical writings of the Old Testament are of inestimable historical importance for the often labelled "inter-testamental" centuries (even if these ancient writings may include, according to many, some errors here and there, which the editors of a study Bible could note) and including them in whole or in part serves as a much needed documentary transition to the New Testament. Including the deuterocanonical writings can provide an appropriate text on which to attach study notes of archaeological relevance! Merely to mention cursorily the Apocrypha, as the "Archaeological Study Bible" at least does, is not sufficient. My advice on this matter would be to include at least those Apocryphal (deuterocanonical) writings which present narratives of incontestably genuine historical matter; the remaining deuterocanonical writings have less direct importance for a project of this sort (although they hold enough interest regarding the development of Jewish religious thought and the impact of Hellenism to justify including them as well). The E.S.V. in 2009 published an edition adding the Apocrypha, and the N.K.J.V. draw on the translations of the deuterocanonical writings which appear in the N.K.J.V.-based "Orthodox Study Bible" (2008), thus avoiding the need for any resort to a Roman Catholic translation. Both of these versions (the N.K.J.V. and the E.S.V.), as already noted, are far superior to the lackluster N.I.V., so either the N.K.J.V. or the E.S.V. would make for a much better choice than the woefully inadequate N.I.V., as a translation on which to base any future edition of the "Archaeological Study Bible" with deuterocanonical writings included.

The "Archaeological Study Bible" certainly fills a need, but it incontroveribly could have done so to better effect, and more definitively, if the defective N.I.V. (New International Version) text had been avoided! As it is, many wise buyers will bypass this publication, unless their interest in archaeology is particularly keen, if they already posess Zondervan's own 1983 guide to the subject, the "New International Dictionary of Biblical Archaeology", by E. M. Blaiklock and R. K. Harrison (the latter of whom, incidentally, was one of the chief architects of the Old Testament both of the N.I.V. and of what R.K. Harrison himself considered to be the far finer N.K.J.V.).
Great Bible with a Wealth of Information!  Feb 2, 2009
The Archaeological Study Bible is a great product. It has information about the culture, architecture, historical figures, and historical literature of the times; as well as articles about validity of a book, and other "how can we know this is true" type of entries. These are usually given trying to be as objective as possible, showing all the different theories or questions people have had about it. Sometimes it will seem to be supporting an argument against validity, but later in the article explain why this argument doesn't fit the facts. You definitely need to read the articles all the way through in order to understand the whole picture they are trying to present.
I love the colors and feel of the cover. The colors on the inside of the Bible fit well and a half inch around the outside of the page is printed to look slightly aged.
There is a wealth of information inside. I do love it, but it also makes the book a bit heavy. I am concerned about the binding holding up. I really hope they made it well. I haven't had any problems with it since I got it a month or so ago, but I want it to last a long time!
Excellent Bible  Aug 29, 2008
This is one of my favorite bibles. I love the layout and easy to read translation but more importantly the articles are amazing. Great pictures of ancient biblical discoveries. I highly recommend for anyone who is seeking to grasp a greater understanding of biblical history through archeology or apologetics. Could be used for either.

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