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Evangelical Heritage Version Study Bible Notes

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This study Bible follows the 2019 text of the EHV. In addition to notes on the basic EHV translation, the study Bible includes detailed introductions to each book of the Bible as well as supplemental appendices on subjects such as weights and measures, Israel’s neighbors, biblical chronology, geography, the Herods, and so on. It includes maps, charts, and pictures. Its notes focus on archaeological, historical, and geographic information about the text, but it will also include doctrinal notes. The notes of this study Bible are written from a Lutheran perspective, so the doctrinal notes on topics like the sacraments, the millennium, etc., reflect a Lutheran understanding of these topics.

This resource does not include the Bible text. For the text itself, check out the Holy Bible: Evangelical Heritage Version

Resource Experts
  • Written from a confessional Lutheran point of view
  • Explores the circumstances in which the biblical texts were written
  • Provides a tool to help readers let Scripture interpret Scripture

Top Highlights

“The Greek pronoun translated whom is feminine singular; it refers only to the virgin Mary.” (Matthew 1:16)

“The Greek word for saved refers to a person being rescued from an impossible situation” (Romans 10:13)

“Job’s three friends present nearly identical answers: They claim suffering is the result of specific sin by the person who is suffering. Elihu adds the explanation that God sends suffering to those whom he loves, in order to discipline them. The LORD does not directly answer this puzzling question for Job, but he simply tells Job that he will have to trust the LORD who is controlling all things and running the world well.” (Job)

“In baptism a person is both born again and born from above.” (John 3:5)

“the wrong meaning, or they do not communicate clearly” (source)

The Wartburg Project is an association of Lutheran professors, pastors, teachers, and laypeople who worked together to produce a new translation of the Bible.


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  1. Aaron Sauer

    Aaron Sauer


  2. Paul



    Very short and precise notes. It you have to choose just one study Bible for Lutherans, I would buy the The Lutheran Study Bible by Concordia Publishing House. Over all the EHV is good Lutheran Study Bible. I would recommend it.
  3. Matthew Ehler

    Matthew Ehler