Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Book Review: NKJV Teen Study Bible

The New King James Version Teen Study Bible is an amazing resource for teenagers who desire to draw nearer to the Lord through the Scriptures.

This Teen Study Bible is chock full of information that will provide  to the reader.

A notable feature would be the Q&A sections found throughout.  It asks questions to test your knowledge of the Bible.

For example:
Q: Why do people think Isaiah 14:13-17 is about Satan? Bonus: What was Satan's sin?
A: He's called Lucifer "morning star" and he fell from Heaven (14:13). Bonus: He wanted to be greater than God.
Other great features include:
Panorama: To help keep the big picture of each book of the Bible in view
Bible Promises: This feature highlights some of the promises of God for our lives
Book Introductions: Provides an overview for each of the 66 books of the Bible and outlines key events that happened
Dear Jordan: Answers questions on how the Word of God is relevant for today

My only negative comment on this Bible is that it includes the Apostle's Creed, which is a statement derived from the Catholic Church and is not found in the Scriptures.  There is a section throughout the Bible that is called "We Believe".  It provides a breakdown of the Apostle's Creed and their belief of it. I prefer to not have this information included in the Word of God.
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