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Concordia Self-Study Bible

  • Format:Digital



The Concordia Self-Study Bible, providing deeper understanding of God’s Word, is the Lutheran interpretive notes on the New International Version. This study-enhancing resource is the ideal choice for bringing new vitality to personal and group Bible study.

In the Logos edition of the Concordia Self-Study Bible, you get easy access to Scripture texts and to a wealth of other resources in your digital library. Hovering over Scripture references links you instantly to the verse you’re looking for, and with passage guides, word studies, and a wealth of other tools from Logos, you can delve into God’s Word like never before!

  • Complete introductions and outlines of each Bible book
  • Study notes edited by top Lutheran scholars
  • Title: Concordia Self-Study Bible
  • Editors: Robert G. Hoerber, Horace D. Hummel, Walter R. Roehrs, and Dean O. Wenthe
  • Publisher: Concordia
  • Publication Date: 1985


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  1. Barbara McLaughlin

    Barbara McLaughlin

    over 6 years ago

    Love the commentary thought the Bible would be included since it is in the book.

  2. Cindy S

    Cindy S

    about 7 years ago

  3. Ross Purdy

    Ross Purdy

    about 8 years ago

    Concordia Electronic Theological Library: Collection 1 includes the Concordia Self-Study Bible as well as the Concordia Self-Study Commentary for $35.99! Go figure!

  4. NB.Mick


    over 8 years ago

    What the product page (for whatever reason) forgets to mention: this is a "Lutheran version" of the NIV Study Bible, which again is probably by far the global bestseller of study bibles, but not available in Logos. This version follows the original 1985 NIV SB (see product details - the 1973 date above is wrong) and has an additional short Lutheran introduction per book ("Grace in XX") and a quote from Luther concerning each book. The NIV study notes have been largely kept intact, but edited in some cases to better reflect Lutheran theology (soteriologically now leaning more towards election/predestination). Notes edited are tagged with a dagger symbol. Most often, the edits are small. The Concordia SB contains about 15 charts from the NIV SB, unfortunately no maps. Nevertheless it is a great resource in itself _and_ as close to NIV SB as you can get in Logos, thus I give it five stars. Make sure to buy the collection which will give you a great rebate on the Study Bible for taking a Lutheran commentary for free!