- Hardcover: 1824 pages
- Publisher: Thomas Nelson; 2 edition (April 17, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1418550027
- ISBN-13: 978-1418550028
Publication Date: April 17, 2012 | Series: Signature
The Woman's Study Bible is a priceless treasure, poignantly revealing the Word of God to a woman's heart.With special notes and features appealing to women's interests, highlighting women throughout Scripture, and capturing the unique ways Christ cared for women, this Bible truly speaks to a woman's heart. Now with a fresh, new look and available in the New International Version(NIV) for the first time, The Woman's Study Bible is more relevant to today's women than ever before!
- Inspiring articles by Anne Graham Lotz, Nancy Leigh DeMoss, Roberta Hromas, Linda Dillow, Kathy Troccoli, and more
- More than 100 character portraits of women in the Bible
- More than 300 articles on topics for women
- Hundreds of insightful quotes by inspiring women throughout history
- Topical index to scriptures and special features
- NIV Concordance
- 8-point text size
- 9.25" x 6.25" x 1.50"
- Free Bible Study Tools download
My take on this Bible:
I have been using this Bible for a few weeks, and honestly I must say it really isn't my favorite Bible to use. I do want to say that there were many features that I really enjoyed about this Bible. I really enjoyed the character portraits of Women in the Bible, and also found the inspiring articles peppered through out to be helpful. I found the overview and outline of each book of the Bible that was placed at the opening of each book to be informative. The color maps were very eye catching, and overall I found many useful features such as an index, concordance, along with the NIV translation to be helpful. The one major drawback to me not continuing to use this Bible though was the tiny print. I found it to be difficult to use because of that. In addition to the tiny print, the ink used isn't bold instead it looks a bit faded, which paired with the tiny print makes this Bible very hard on the eyes. While I liked the features of the Bible they aren't important enough for me to strain my eyes for.
A complimentary copy of this Bible was provided in exchange for an honest review.