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Discussion in '2004 Archive' started by Bro.Bill, May 7, 2004.
Has anybody heard if there is anything in the works for an ESV study Bible?
I keep reading that it is in the works but I don't ever get any firm committment on when, how, where? I don't mind if they wish to reinvent the wheel and do their own study Bible, but I would also like them to print MacArthur, Reformation, Ryrie, etc. It would be good promotional for them either way.
I emailed them in December of last year .They said it was suppose to be out late 2004 .I guess will have to wait and see .
Speaking of John MacArthur's Study Bible in the ESV .Theres a Christian radio Talk show I listen to .And he's suppose to be on soon .That was one question I was going to ask him .If theres plans to put his Bible in ESV .
Probably not, MacArthur is a Nelson guy, thus he will use the NKJV which Nelson owns.
Ryrie is Moody and has been able to get most folks to allow them to use various translations, we will see. Not being a dispensationalist could really care if it ever came out in ESV or not. Your best bet would be a form of the Reformation Study Bible (aks Geneva Study bible) since it didn't sell well for Nelson, they would probably like to see it make some money.
I bought me an ESV.
It is the plain, Jane, translater notes
The best kind Ed!
For those of you who want to try the ESV--check out e-sword.net. The ESV is a free download; don't know why, but if you want a copy get it now while its free.
If your like myself and Dr. Bob, you don't like to read a lot of material on a computer, but if your trying to decide if you want to buy one, this is a perfect way.
Download the main program and then go to Bible's download and pick it up there. They have LOTS of other free stuff, like the Geneva Bible, The Schrivner TR, Westcott-Hort's Greek and other excellent study versions.
StudyLight.org has the ESV as one of its Bible selections. No need to download anything...