The Henry Morris Study Bible has been reviewed by bloggers who specifically seek to defend the Bible. We are gathering quotes from their recent reviews to give you a flavor of what you can expect from this four pound wealth of information.
“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.” Dave Jenkins
“One of the most distinct features is ‘an uncompromising commitment to literal biblical creationism.” Melissa Mason
“This is an apologetics study Bible that seeks to defend the Christian faith from a ‘literal biblical creationist’ viewpoint that particularly believes three things: (1) the 6 days of creation in Genesis 1 are 24 hr periods, (2) the historical account of the flood in Genesis 7-8 is accurate and speaks of a worldwide flood and (3) the earth is young with an age of 6-10 thousand years.” Craig Hurst
“The publisher took an interesting approach to textual notes and cross references. They appear almost inline with the text, but not in a distracting way. It is actually quite nice to see this part of the format and how helpful it should be.” Greg Dietrich
“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.” Dave Jenkins
“No matter how many Bibles you have, this one is truly different. Aside from the excellent verse-by-verse study notes, it contains strong, persuasive information about the Bible’s authority, divine origin, historical accuracy and more.” Lyn Smith
For Free Book Friday we invite you to tell us why you feel the Henry Morris Study Bible is an important tool for your church, family, or our culture. The commenting will be open until midnight. Three winners (from within the 48 contiguous United States) will be randomly chosen and will receive a hardcover copy. They will be announced here and our Facebook page on Saturday morning at 8am CT.