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The Orthodox Study Bible New Testament and Psalms: Discovering Orthodox Christianity in the Pages of the New Testament

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For the first time, English-speaking Orthodox Christians have an edition of the New Testament and Psalms that offers Bible study aids written from the Orthodox perspective. Prepared under the direction of canonical Orthodox theologians and hierarchs, The Orthodox Study Bible presents a remarkable combination of historic theological insights and practical instruction in Chr

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Paperback, 1086 pages
Published June 22nd 2001 by Thomas Nelson Publishers (first published April 1st 1993)
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Jacob Aitken
On a Futurama episode Fry is watching a commercial about some Robot product and it says, "Made by a robot, for a robot." I have always been interested in how different publishers do their study bibles. I've read almost every kind: hyperliberal to moderately postliberal to dispensational to Reformed. You see the same patterns after a while.

I also know what to look for in study bibles. So what about this one? Back to my Futurama quote, this study bible was "Made by former evangelicals, for former
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Stacey Suarez
Jan 01, 2008 Stacey Suarez rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Christians, theologists, anyone seeking a more peaceful life
The most important book in my life, and my personal favorite. A daily guide for living. Lives can and will be transformed by this book through regular reading. Especially helpful are the guides for the Morning and Evening Prayers on pgs. 755-761. These ancient texts are universal and are like peeling layers of an onion. Although you may have read the same phrase a dozen or more times, new meaning and light can be shed on it with the next reading.
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this is a book i read on an ongoing basis.
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