I’ve been enjoying the ESV Study Bible for well over a month now. Thanks again to Michele Bennett at Crossway Books for providing me with a review copy. There have been a large number of reviews out in the biblio-blogosphere. Some of them have been short, others have been quite long. Normally I tend towards very succinct reviews and am not a fan of multi-part reviews, but I’ve decided to try something new this time and review the ESV Study Bible in several parts.
One Great Study Bible, So Many Flavors
The ESV STudy Bible is available in 8 different bindings. Depending on your preference and your budget, you can choose from hardcover, TruTone® (Brown or Black), Bonded Leather (Black or Burgundy), Genuine Leather (Black or Burgundy), & Premium Calfskin (Black). Everybody who purchases the ESV Study Bible will also receive access to the ESV Online Study Bible. You can test drive it for yourself at www.esvstudybible.org. Crossway also recently announced that they will be making the ESV STudy Bible available on a number of new electronic platforms. The press release indicated it will be available for Accordance, Biblesoft, Laridian, Olive Tree, and WORDsearch. I was a little surprised to see that LOGOS Bible Software wasn’t in the list, but hopefully it will be available on that platform as well in the near future.
To Be Continued……
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