Bible review, and rambles about Bibles


Enough Light

My Ryrie study Bible (NKJV) has been my primary Bible for 20 plus years. While I do have other Bibles that I read, this is the main Bible that I “know” like no other. It is filled with notes I have added over the years. And I like Ryrie’s study notes and the Bible doctrine section in the back. I still plan to use this Bible, but have wanted a new Bible for awhile now.

I wanted NIV, the 2011. I do have an old NIV Bible (the 1984) that is falling part. I teach the Bible, and would often find myself printing out the passage in NIV – because NKJV can sometimes be a bit clunky in wording, even though I don’t mind it. I also find that NIV is a common version people utilize, and therefore a good choice in a group setting. (If you think the NIV…

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Published by Vincent S Artale Jr

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