Bible Review, “The NIV Integrated Study Bible”


The NIV Integrated Study Bible: A New Chronological Approach For Exploring Scripture, published by Zondervan, is a chronologically integrated Bible that allows it’s readers to experience scripture in what is termed as “real-time.”

My reaction to receiving a new Bible can only be compared to an adolescent that has been given free range of a candy store. To say I was excited about the opportunity to receive and review this publication would be a drastic understatement, for I am grateful to say the least.

While I own numerous Bibles, published in a multitude of versions, there is always room for one more if it has the ability to guide my study of scripture in a unique manner, and this one certainly has this ability. The NIV Integrated Study Bible takes the Word of God and lays it out in such a manner that makes it easier to see, feel and understand the connection of scripture from Genesis to Revelation.

What makes this Bible unique is the manner in which it is laid out. The passages of scripture, as well as individual events, are arranged in their sequential order, but that’s not where it ends. In cases where multiple accounts of an event occur, such as the ones found in the four gospels of Matthew, Mark Luke, and John, these events are laid out side by side so the reader can see the various perspectives of each writer, which allows for a quicker deeper time of study.

While I would not recommend this Bible to become your everyday go to Bible, I do recommend its purchase as a tool that has the power to greatly bless your time of study.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

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