I’ve been reading the Bible since I learned to read as a young child, but started studying the Bible when I was thirteen years old. As I became more involved in ministry in high school I quickly realized even with growing up in church that there was a whole lot I didn’t know (I still know this today even after going to seminary and being a Christian for a long time that there are things I don’t know). Study Bible’s for me have been helpful but can also be dangerous when one doesn’t read the actual text of Scripture before reading the notes that accompany study Bible’s.
Henry Morris was considered in the twentieth century to have set the terms of debate about evolution by one Pulitzer Prize winning academician. Dr. Morris was the founder and leader of the Institute for Creation Research (ICR) and died in 2006. The Henry Morris Study Bible is full of annotations to help explain the Bible’s most difficult passages, resolve its alleged contradictions, points out the evidence of its divine origin, confirm its historical accuracy, note its remarkable anticipations of modern science, demonstrate its fulfilled prophecies and in general remove any doubt about the inerrancy, authority and its ability to withstand the attacks of the secular world.
The Henry Morris Study Bible will be helpful to new or seasoned believers to learn from a man who set the terms of the debate on evolution during the twentieth century. For those with the ESV Study Bible or a study Bible in the New King James Version, The Henry Morris Study Bible in the King James Version will be a helpful addition to any collection of Bible’s. This study Bible will help its readers by having Apologetics commentary and explanatory notes from the father of Modern Creationism, Dr. Henry Morris.
Author: Henry Morris
Publisher: Master Books (2012)
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