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Henry Morris Study Bible-KJV: Apologetics Commentary and Explanatory Notes from the 'Father of Modern Creationism'

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The written Word of God, with its glorious message of creation, redemption, and eternal life with God, has always been under attack by the secular world .... The Bible does have the answer; its gospel can be defended; and The Henry Morris Study Bible will be of significant help in this great cause to those who use it. Its annotations explain the Bible's difficult passages, ...more
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Published April 27th 2012 by Master Books (first published February 12th 2006)
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Tony Breeden
Dr. Henry M. Morris, founder of the Institute for Creation Research (ICR), is considered by many to be the “father of modern creation science.” He authored over 60 books in his lifetime, the most influential of which was the 1961 magnum opus, The Genesis Flood, co-authored with Dr. John Whitcomb. In the Introduction to The Henry Morris Study Bible, he testifies that over 60 years of daily Bible study resulted in “a deep and settled conviction, stronger every year, that the Bible is indeed the ve ...more
Melanie
I am always a bit hesitant to review a Bible. It is God’s Word and inerrant, not much to review. With Bible reviews I look at the commentary and explanations that make this Bible unique.



So who is Henry Morris anyway? The front of this Bible says he is the ‘Father of Modern Creationism’. He is the founder and former president of the Institute for Creation Research. A respected ministry leader, educator and scientist with over 60 years of experience in defending the Christian faith. Sounds like g
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Shaun
One of the newest study Bibles to make an appearance in Christian bookstores around the world is The Henry Morris Study Bible published by Master Books. This Bible comes in two “flavors,” hardcover and black genuine leather. The review copy I worked with was the hardcover edition. Let me begin by weighing in on the Bible’s physical characteristics.

The Henry Morris Study Bible is no mere pocket Bible. It’s quite hefty, weighing in at around 4 pounds and measuring approximately 9.5 x 6.9 x 2.3 inc
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Harold Cameron
"Apologetics Commentary and Explanatory Notes from the `Father of Modern Creationism'

The Henry Morris Study Bible is "an invaluable tool for the defense of the Christian faith" according to Dr. John MacArthur. With over 10,000 study notes, no other resource offers the comprehensive analysis of biblical creation and authority of Scripture as this one presents.

The written Word of God is under attack in our culture like never before. The annotations of this King James Version of the Bible will:
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Craig Hurst
Of the making of books there is no end and it seems like the same can be said for study Bible’s. Of course, study Bibles have a rich tradition extending back to the Geneva Bible with its extensive cross references, synopsis of passages and various doctrines. It was the study Bible for the average Christian and study Bibles have been trying to follow suit for centuries.

With the making of study Bibles there is both a common assumption and a common desire. The assumption is that though the Bible ca
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Brandon Lehr
Well, the first thing I can tell you, is that this beast is BIG! As for as study bible sizes go, it is right up there with the infamously large ESV. Serious bible poundage!

I'm reviewing the hardbound edition, which as you would expect, is sturdy and well built. The layout is a two column format with each verse starting a new line. The 10pt text is easy to read. One of the most surprising features is the inclusion of not one, but two ribbon markers. Overall, this bible delivers a pleasant reading
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Edie
When I was growing up we always had a Bible or two in the house but my family didn't frequently go to church so the first Bible I remember owning was one that I purchased myself in high school. After I was baptized that year the church I attended gave me an even nicer Bible. I really cherished them both! At college I bought a paperback study Bible and used it for classes until it fell apart! Really nice Bibles tend to be pricey but I so cherish them! There is nothing quite like a Bible. Holding ...more
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