It's here! Reformation Heritage's KJV Study Bible is being released this month. You can read about this resources on the KJV Study Bible website.
I did an interview with Michael Barrett, the Old Testament Editor for the KJV Study Bible, for Interview # 69 on the Confessingbaptist.com podcast. I have also uploaded this podcast to sermonaudio.com (listen here).
You can also watch this video:
I received mine in the mail last week. It is a delight to have. Every chapter in the bible contains at least two thought provoking application-type questions in the study notes.
My wife reads each meal with the kids while I'm off at work - a Psalm at breakfast and Proverbs at lunch. This is the perfect Bible for this type of activity.
I feel very comfortable with the notes and such. However, I haven't gone so far as to investigate how much paedobaptism contraband there is to be found in the notes.
I pray that some Reformed Baptists will get with Reformation Heritage Books and see how willing they would be to allow a Baptist version with the 1689 LBC, Spurgeon's, and Hercules Collin's catechisms in the back instead of the Westminster ;)
Thanks for the post. Yes, this Bible looks to be ideal for family devotions, etc. I ordered a copy for each of my children as a Christmas gift (hopefully, they won't read this post before they get their copy!). I also really like the devotional articles and the century by century survey of church history by Sinclair Ferguson. I am going to do a book review of the study Bible and another book this Sunday for our SS class at CRBC, as well as urging folk to build family libraries. I do hope they will come out with an RB edition!
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