Wednesday, October 31, 2007

The ESV Literary Study Bible

I received yesterday my copy of the The ESV Literary Study Bible. So far I am very pleased with it. I have not yet used it enough to provide a review but here are some reviews that might be helpful. The following is from the website:

Combining thousands of insightful notes with the complete ESV text, the new Literary Study Bible will help you understand God’s Word more fully, in all its richness and beauty. You’ll explore in detail the Bible’s story lines, complex characters, historical settings, literary genres, motifs, theological themes, imagery, and important terms, making the Bible come alive with greater clarity and impact.

This one-of-a-kind Literary Study Bible is an indispensable tool for devotional reading, teaching, and in-depth study—for all who treasure God’s Word.

About the Editors

Leland Ryken, the Clyde S. Kilby professor of English at Wheaton College, has written and edited more than twenty-five books, including The Literature of the Bible, Words of Delight: A Literary Introduction to the Bible, How to Read the Bible as Literature, A Complete Literary Guide to the Bible, Dictionary of Biblical Imagery, and Ryken’s Bible Handbook. He has been a leader of the Literary Approaches to the Bible interest group of the Evangelical Theological Society. He earned his PhD in literature at the University of Oregon.

Philip Graham Ryken, senior minister at the historic Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, has written and edited more than twenty books, including Exodus and Jeremiah and Lamentations in the Preaching the Word commentary series and Galatians in the Reformed Expository Commentary. He also coauthored with his father, Leland Ryken, Ryken’s Bible Handbook. He earned his MDiv at Westminster Theological Seminary and his DPhil at the University of Oxford. He serves as visiting professor of practical theology at Westminster Seminary California.

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