April 06, 2020

GIVEAWAY: CSB LIFE ESSENTIALS INTERACTIVE STUDY BIBLE

ABOUT:
In the CSB Life Essentials Study Bible, renowned Bible teacher, Dr. Gene Getz guides readers through Scripture by expounding on 1,500 life principles found throughout the Bible. Distilling these truths into life principles, Dr. Getz helps readers remember and apply the Bible’s wisdom to everyday life.The CSB Life Essentials Study Bible integrates a multimedia digital study system with more than 250 hours of in-depth video teachings from Dr. Gene Getz on these essential life principles (accessed through smartphone-accessible QR codes). Questions follow each principle to inspire personal reflection or group discussion. A topical index and cross references for all 1,500 life principles is included, and each book introduction provides a list of corresponding life principles found in that book.
Features include:
  • Commentary and application questions on 1,500 life principles
  • 250 hours of free in-depth video teaching to accompany each life principle
  • Two-color interior design
  • Smyth-sewn binding
  • Presentation page
  • Two-column text
  • Topical subheadings
  • Black-letter text
  • 9-point type
  • Textual footnotes
  • Concordance
  • Full-color maps
The CSB Life Essentials Study Bible features the highly readable, highly reliable text of the Christian Standard Bible® (CSB). The CSB stays as literal as possible to the Bible’s original meaning without sacrificing clarity, making it easier to engage with Scripture’s life-transforming message and to share it with others.

REVIEW:
I've tried a handful of different types of Bibles and translations in my lifetime, so I think I have a fairly good grasp on what I'm looking for. I've discovered I am not a KJV gal as it's too flowery and formal sounding for my taste, but CSB is a very readable translation that I enjoy. I've also discovered that while I like to read the Bible as a book, I'm not a fan of the chronological bibles because it is way too hard to find a referenced scripture without referring to the table of contents over and over and over. You can't just say Exodus is the second book and turn there. It could be the fourth, according to chronology.  I've also learned since using my husband's bible that I enjoy notes and extra information, which is why I've been enjoying this study bible. The extra commentary provides background information and context that helps explain the passage. I've been really enjoying this bible since it arrived in the mail, and I think it'll quickly become my go-to bible!

WIN IT: One reader will win this B-I-B-L-E for themselves!
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