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The Matthew Henry Study Bible
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For 300 years, believers have turned to Matthew Henry’s timeless commentary for clear, concise help in understanding the Bible and relating its wisdom to practical Christian living. His unrivaled ability to combine comprehensive biblical exposition and down-to-earth guidance for daily life has established Henry’s reputation as a trusted and beloved teacher. Charles H. Spurgeon called it, “a Christian’s companion, suitable to everybody, instructive to all.”
The Matthew Henry Study Bible blends his inspirational notes with a full-featured KJV Bible, to enable readers to benefit from the simple piety and no-nonsense application of the biblical lessons that are the enduring legacy of his writings.
Classically designed to honor the history of the content but updated with helpful features for easy contemporary use, The Matthew Henry Study Bible accommodates the needs of the serious Bible student and provides more clarity for the interested layperson.
Study features include:
• Clear new typesetting of text and notes
• Words of Christ in red
• Presentation page
• Book introductions, footnotes, and in-text quotations from Matthew Henry’s writings
• Side-column references
• Biography of Matthew Henry
• 8-page full-color map section
The Matthew Henry Study Bible was published by Hendrickson in October 2010 and is our 18513th best seller. The ISBN for The Matthew Henry Study Bible is 9781598563405.
|Page last updated||31st March 2014|
|Publisher||Hendrickson (October 2010)|
|Number of Pages||2336|