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The Chronological Study Bible presents the text of the New International Version in chronological order - the order in which the events actually happened - with notes, articles, and full-color graphics that connect the reader to the history and culture of Bible times and gives the reader a dramatic, "you are there" experience. Features include full-color illustrations of places, artifacts, and cultural phenomena, contextual articles that connect Biblical times and world history and culture, daily life notes, time panels and charts that show the flow of Biblical history, and in-text and full-color maps.

Part of the Signature Series line of Thomas Nelson Bibles

Chronological Study Bibles sold to date: More than 400,000

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  • Editore: Thomas Nelson (24 giugno 2014)
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  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ASIN: B00LCA5BKQ
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94 di 95 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle Great tool, don't like the gender neutral parts of it though 22 maggio 2014
Di Mark Buzard - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida
I've seen this Bible in stores, but never really looked at it much, but when I had the chance to review one, I decided it was time I checked it out.

If the word "neat" can be used to describe a Bible, this is a really neat Bible. I love the look of the pages. They aren't the typical plain white pages of most Bibles. They ARE white, but have colors along the top, and in other areas on pages, along with pictures scattered throughout.

The Bible is separated into 9 sections called "Epochs". As the name of the Bible indicates, books, chapters, and verses appear in chronological order as they happened. The difference isn't noticeable all through the Bible, but in certain parts it is. For instance, during the events of David's life in I and II Samuel, the Psalms he wrote at that point in his life are inserted into that part of I and II Samuel. In the New Testament, a chapter from Acts will appear on the same page as I Corinthians.

This is not a Bible you'd carry to church to look up Scriptures to read along with, as it would be hard to find some passages, but as a personal study tool and for devotions, I think it is great. It is different, but interesting to read passages of Scripture in the order they happened, and read accounts from a couple of different books side by side. It gives a different and better perspective, not that I am going to ditch my Bibles that have the traditional order of books, chapters, and verses. It is a very attractive and useful Bible that can make Bible reading a little different once in a while, which can be helpful instead of doing it the same old way.

My one dislike of the Bible: this is the newer version of the NIV, and they have made it more gender neutral in some passages, which I don't like. (i.e. changing father to parent, and other similar changes).
22 di 23 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
3.0 su 5 stelle Compared to NIV-Integrated Study Bible: A mixed bag. 15 ottobre 2015
Di Just a Putz in WI - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
I've just finished reading through the NIV-Integrated Study Bible and am now embarking on the NIV-Chronological Study Bible. Overall I really like the Chronological approach and through the NIV-ISB, I found various and sundry insights that deepened my faith, so if you wondering if a Chronological approach is worth the time, I wholeheartedly say yes.

This is an early report back (through Genesis only). I like the historical and archeological references. This is something completely missing from the NIV-ISB and with this "new" way of reading the Bible, those kinds of historical references are a great help. One thing I liked about the NIV-ISB is the timeline that ran along the bottom of the page - it allowed you to regularly reference where you were in the Biblical timeline. A small, but helpful thing missing here. Looking ahead, I can say that I anticipate liking the NIV-ISB better in terms of how it puts similar passages side by side, so, for instance, you'll have parallel passages of the Gospels side by side and not one after the other as is in the NIV-CSB.

And, of course, there is the latest NIV translation itself, which I agree with other reviewers is a step backwards for the most part. The joke of NIV meaning "not inspired version" is deepening as language is expunged in the name of not wanting women to be reminded that ours is a patriarchal religion at its source. Adding "brothers and sisters" is one thing - I think there can be an argument made there in the Greek, but read 2 Cor. 5:17 in the "old" NIV (1980's) vs the current NIV and you see dramatically how the meaning of that passage (that being in Christ makes the person a new creation) is completely destroyed and makes it seem like there is some kind of creation happening somewhere else when someone comes to Christ.

UPDATE:
After getting through the Pentateuch, I find that many of the asides, the connection to other material is presented in a way that really pushes the "authors of the Bible just copied the way other people were writing things" point of view along with the "we don't really think Moses had anything to do with writing this." Starting out in Joshua, the introductory comments highlight "The conquest of Palestine was not the unstoppable, crushing tide of invaders that is sometimes pictured." You'll notice they don't specifically say that "the Bible is wrong" as one can read this sentence as "people who say this..." and the introduction does point out that the Bible itself makes note of people they didn't conquer and people who were assimilated without war, so I think the Biblical account isn't a "we kicked butt and took down names until we wiped them all out," but the default position all along seems to be in line with liberal thinking on all accounts. Would that facts could be presented without the adjoining commentary about what the editor thinks it means.

ADDITIONAL UPDATE:
After getting into 1-2 Kings/ 1-2 Chronicles I really dislike the way they arranged the narratives of the kings. Essentially the repeat "sections," diving them into the "Priestly" and "Prophetic" accounts. I don't necessarily mind that scholarly intrusion into the Biblical material so much, but the fact that you read one section of time (usually overlapping a few kings), then go back to the beginning and read it again makes for a bit of time warping, especially when you get into Israel and Judah kings who share names. The NIV Integrated Study Bible does this much better - putting the material side by side so you can see visually when the "Chronicler" added or omitted material.
3 di 3 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle This is the best study Bible I have ever had, I love it. 18 settembre 2016
Di Theresa H. - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
This study bible I purchased a while ago but I am just now getting around to using it (my bad). I have to say it really does have a lot of information that is really very interesting. I tend to have a very, very low bordem threshold, I mean sort of like a 4 year old it feels like some days, sad, which is why I purchased this bible to help me become more inthralled with learning about the "whole" picture, not just in chapters. I will say that so far it is doing so. I am reading the study bible in the form of EPOCHs I can't explain this to you but it begins with Genisus and will end with the End times. There are a lot of notes telling me about the towns and citys that developed by the tribes and where the children of the tribes went. For me this is really fun I have always loved history so I am able to not just learn about the bible but I am able to relate it more easily with the reality of the cities from history and some of the cities that still exist, I am talking of the very ancient cities in the days of Noah and his sons. I have found this something that I have already know but it is building upon that knowledge and that is what I wanted. No matter how hard I have tried there are certain books Old Testamen of the bible I have just not been able to read, they put me to sleep. Where other people find comfort I get bored. My brain is weird. Perhaps I have finally find the bible that will give me the history with the Psalms so that I can finally read them and not fall asleep.
I would definely suggest this study bible to others and have already done so. This is a great teach and learning tool. It is easy to read, easy to follow and offers different ways to study not just the EPOCHS. When I am done with the EPOCHS I will most certaing find myself doing more studies from this wonderful eBook. I actually think I will be purcahasing the hardcopy as well, I don't have to worry about a battery with that and I can look at the beautiful maps as I am reading the ebook than. Just get the study bible it is very nice.
2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle A Different, Informative Take In My Favorite Bible Translation 8 novembre 2015
Di St. Corbinians's Bear - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
I was already familiar with the basic format from the NLT version, so I knew what to expect. Obviously, I liked it. I am sure there are different ways you might divide the material chronologically, so I can't comment on that, except to say nothing seemed grossly out of order. It seems that every other page has a little article about a historical character or dynasty, and there are small "time capsules" that are really little segments of a time line relevant to the material on the page. Other "capsules" might deal with arts, or agricultural, or some other topic, in very brief fashion. It does not have footnotes like a regular study bible, but it's not really for that, so they aren't missed. It may just be me, but I was surprised to see the commentary include a lot of material involving late dating of manuscripts and parallels between the Bible and surrounding cultures. This might give more conservative students pause, but they are presented as an option among more than one.
1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle it's an excellent addition to my Bibles 5 novembre 2016
Di G. Sherwood Sage - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Finta pelle Acquisto verificato
I have used the Chronological Bible since it first came out. I use it in my personal devotions only. It is not practical to use in a Bible study or a church service if you know where all the books are located normally in most translations. But it is helpful in putting the actual books in the order it is felt they were written to be bale to keep track of events. Too, the notes presented throughtout are exceleent and aid in understanding of the customs, cultures, etc. of the times. This helps us to understand some passages of Scripture that it would be more difficult to explain. All in all, it's an excellent addition to my Bibles.I recommend it.
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