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This makes sense, given the editors of the two volumes: Carson is better known for both his commentaries and his editorial work in books such as the Commentary on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament and the series New Studies in Biblical Theology. Most articles are two or three pages long; together they cover sixty-six pages. Since these articles are the most unique part of this new study Bible, I will list them here, with their authors: The Story of the Bible: Hamilton Jr.
Moo While I disagree with minor points in some of these articles, I find myself agreeing with a much higher percentage of what is said here than with what is said in most systematic theologies.
That is the benefit of staying closer to the language of Scripture itself. I have a niggling question about the place of such essays in a study Bible how many readers will really find and benefit from this content in their specific moments of exegetical need?
On the central matters of the gospel, both study Bibles are solid.
And, though both are generally Calvinistic throughout, they do not emphasize this interpretive lens in a way that overshadows the biblical message itself. Well done.
These study Bibles hold similar positions here: Both suggest this is a general term that so they imply leaves the door open for theistic evolution. Divorce and Remarriage: Both study Bibles underscore at Matthew 5: Both study Bibles state clearly that homosexual relations are sinful.
Gender Roles: The NIVZSB does apparently leave the door open for women to teach men in non-authoritative positions in the church, but otherwise the differences between the study Bibles are differences of tone more than position, with the ESVSB giving a more rigorous defense of the position shared by both.
Nonresistance and Relationship to Government: On Matthew 5: This brief interpretation leaves the door open for Christians to use deadly force in other circumstances, though the NIVZSB does not explicitly state this. Spiritual Gifts: Foreknowledge, Predestination, Election: At Romans 8: At Romans 9 comments are similar. At Ephesians 1 both are strongly Calvinistic. At 1 Timothy 2: Eternal Security: At Hebrews 6: At 1 John 2: These study Bibles take a similar stance on this topic.
At Exodus At Colossians 2: However, it seems a little more open to seeing Sunday worship as being normative see description of the practice of the early church at 1 Cor.
Israel and the Church: Both are inconsistent on this topic. If you are of a reformed persuasion I'm sure you will love this bible but for me it is far less useful.
The study notes are a little on the small side for any with poor eyesight. Otherwise, excellent. Maps in each section very helpful.
Introduction to each book useful in terms of placing the book in it's historical context. On-line access an added bonus. I had previously read portions of the ESV on-line and liked it very much for its clarity.And, though both are generally Calvinistic throughout, they do not emphasize this interpretive lens in a way that overshadows the biblical message itself.
Maps in each section very helpful. Habilitado X-Ray: Detalhes do produto Formato: Noah Webster.
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