Holy Bible: Ryrie Study Bible NIV Hardback- Red Letter
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Holy Bible: Ryrie Study Bible NIV Hardback- Red Letter

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Over 2 Million Users. More than ever, we seek help in understanding the scriptures. Charles C. Ryrie's years of study, teaching and writing make him exceptionally qualified to help readers grasp the Bible's fundamental truths. Every Ryrie Study Bible Expanded Edition has unique features that make it a best-seller year after year. Readers will especially appreciate the syno...more
Hardcover, 2292 pages
Published September 9th 1994 by Moody Publishers
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A version that thinks for you. Learn to think! Let me rephrase that. We need to be taught more about how to think instead of what to think. Ryrie (obviously in my opinion) doesn't have anything greatly troubling, but I grew up with Ryrie and found myself consuming more of what Ryrie's comments were than what the actual text says. I would suggest comparing translations instead of relying on commentaries. ESV and a NKJV side by side. Better, go to the original Texts. I've read New Living, Living,...more
Tracey N.
This is my BIBLE folks! Everyone has their own particular favorite I suppose this bible is that one for me. It's just the perfect bible in my opinion. Fantastic study bible. I've had mine for many..many years. It's nice and worn now. Very special. Ilove it..love it! Quite divine.
Jason Sixsmith
So-so translation. Footnotes are a hodge podge of varying views from a wide spectrum of denominations. Sadly, the "study" portion was designed for marketing and appeal moreso than exigesis and truth.
Pam
If you only ready 1 book in your life, make it this one. A God breathed guide for living. Reading it through once again.
Michael
My first study Bible was a Ryrie NASB. It is the only Bible I use.
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Whan can i say its the best! After all it was inspired by GOD!! Never had or never will read any thing that is nore truthful
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