Friday, March 22, 2019

The Wiersbe Study Bible | Review

The Wiersbe Study Bible starts each chapter with a book outline (the theme, key verse, and an outline of topics), a book overview (questions to consider and how it applies to our life today), and one of Wiersbe’s classic “be” subjects. The book continues to have the passages from Scripture in regular print toward the top of the page and a divided, smaller print underneath with Wiersbe’s commentary. In addition to the commentary, there are cross-references clearly lined out for each verse. Each book has “Catalysts” which features Biblical themes to apply to our daily lives.

I’m slightly disappointed that this comes only in NKJV, as I’m a KJV girl. Wiersbe’s doctrine is spot on, from what I’ve read, though. This is a really neat resource with a lot of notes to follow. I enjoyed reading through Wiersbe’s thoughts (especially focused on Colossians) and think that this is a beneficial reference book.

Looking from strictly formatting, I really like how it is formatted. There are two bookmarks (which is fantastic!) and the text is a great size. As a purely observational standpoint, I like the way it is formatted.

*I received this book from Book Look Bloggers and happily provided my honest review*

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