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Discussion in '2004 Archive' started by Scofield, Apr 13, 2004.
Which one do you use and why?
(you may have guessed that I use the Ol' Scofield)
I use a Nelson Study Bible NKJV but I have an old KJV Scofield Study Bible that's falling apart.
Personally I prefer The Ryrie Study Bible NKJV (I know, there is no such thing for sale these days, but the copy I have is from 1985). I like the extensive textual notes printed on the same page, and also the synopses of Bible doctrines found in the back of the Bible.
NKJV Scofield, and NKJV Believer's Study Bible (now called Baptist Study Bible).
Since 1957 I've never been without an "old" Scofield.
Use the MacArthur Study Bible (NKJV) and Reformers New Geneva Study Bible (NKJV) in my study.
The only "study Bible" I have is the aforementioned Ryrie.
I have seen them for sale at Lifeway. They may be old, but the price isn't.
I have seen them for sale at Lifeway. They may be old, but the price isn't. </font>[/QUOTE]Hi, Phillip...
I was unaware the NKJV Ryrie is available anywhere. I have seen the KJV, the NASB and the NIV Ryries in many places. I guess I was just looking in the wrong places! Thanks for the info.
As for the prices of Bibles these days...well, let's just say that Jesus drove the moneychangers and merchants from the Temple...and He called them thieves. So now they want to sell God's Word...
I have the NKJV Ryrie, too. However it's the older edition of the NKJV.
I don't use the study Bibles much anymore but I gots myself a Ryrie (NASB) and MacArthur (NKJV) and Reformation Study Bible (NKJV).