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Overview

Considered a masterpiece at the time of its publication in 1909, the Scofield Reference Bible was C. I. Scofield’s, one of America’s preeminent dispensationalist theologians, magnum opus. It is still held in esteem and continues to be relevant and useful among Christians. The Scofield Reference Bible was published with the aim of helping students understand the text of the Bible when the use of commentaries and other tools were not readily available. It includes Scripture notes, summaries, and definitions. Obscure and difficult passages are elucidated. Discrepancies or contradictions are addressed and analyzed. Hebrew and Greek words are defined in simple, non-technical terms. This edition contains only Scofield’s notes on the Bible.

In the Logos edition of this important body of work, you can search for verses, find Scripture references and citations instantly, and perform word studies. Along with your English translations, all Scripture passages link to Greek and Hebrew texts. What’s more, hovering over a Scripture reference will instantly display your verse! The advanced tools in your digital library free you to dig deeper into the work of one of the most prominent dispensationalist premillennialists.

Key Features

  • Contains Scripture notes, summaries, and definitions
  • Provides an introduction to each Bible book
  • Defines important Hebrew and Greek words

Praise for the Print Edition

The student has placed at his command, in marvelously clear and condensed form, the results of years of prayerful study by some of the leading Biblical scholars of the day.

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Product Details

  • Title: The Scofield Reference Bible
  • Editor: C. I. Scofield
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Publication Date: 1917
  • Pages: 1,353

About C. I. Scofield

C. I. Scofield (1843–1921) is considered one of the early influential American proponents of dispensationalism. He is the author of a number of books as well as a contributor to the four-volume set The Fundamentals. Before his life as a minister and theologian, Scofield was a member of the Kansas House of Representatives as well as US District Attorney for the state of Kansas.

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Top Highlights

“The Judgments, Summary: Among the many judgments mentioned in Scripture, seven are invested with especial significance. These are: (1) The judgment of the believers’ sins in the cross of Christ (John 12:31, note); (2) the believers’ self-judgment (1 Cor. 11:31, note); (3) the judgment of the believers’ works (2 Cor. 5:10, note); (4) the judgment of the nations at the return of Christ (Mt. 25:32, note); (5) the judgment of Israel at the return of Christ (Ezk. 20:37, note); (6) the judgment of angels after the one thousand years (Jude 6, note); and (7) the judgment of the wicked dead with which the history of the present earth ends.” (Page 1351)

“The Epistle, exclusive of the introduction (1:1–17), is in seven parts: I. The whole world guilty before God, 1:18–3:20. II. Justification through the righteousness of God by faith, the Gospel remedy for guilt, 3:21–5:11. III. Crucifixion with Christ, the resurrection life of Christ, and the walk in the Spirit, the Gospel provision for inherent sin, 5:12–8:13. IV. The full result in blessing of the Gospel, 8:14–39. V. Parenthesis: the Gospel does not abolish the covenant promises to Israel, 9:1–11:36. VI. Christian life and service, 12:1–15:33. VII. The outflow of Christian love, 16:1–27.” (Page 1191)

“These are two aspects of one truth. Paul speaks of that which justifies man before God, viz.: faith alone, wholly apart from works; James of the proof before men, that he who professes to have justifying faith really has it. Paul speaks of what God sees—faith; James of what men see—works, as the visible evidence of faith. Paul draws his illustration from Gen. 15:6; James from Gen. 22:1–19. James’ key-phrase is ‘ye see’ (Jas. 2:24), for men cannot see faith except as manifested through works.” (Page 1196)

  • Title: The Scofield Reference Bible: The Holy Bible Containing the Old and New Testaments
  • Author: C. I. Scofield
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Print Publication Date: 1917
  • Logos Release Date: 2012
  • Era: era:modern
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Logos Research Edition
  • Subjects: Bible › Reference editions; Scofield reference Bible system
  • Resource ID: LLS:SCOFIELDBBL1917
  • Resource Type: Study Bible
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2022-02-12T05:34:04Z

Cyrus Ingerson Scofield (August 19, 1843–July 24, 1921) was an American theologian, minister, and writer whose best-selling annotated Bible popularized dispensationalism among fundamentalist Christians.

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  1. Raffaele Paglialunga
    While the translation is alright, avoid the study notes. Scofield has done enormous harm to the church when it came to eschatology. His push of the Pre-Tribulation rapture has hurt the Western Church. They believe they will escape tribulation even though Christ said many times we shall be hated of all Nations from His namesake. That we shall be persecuted. The churches overseas understand this and don't believe this Pre-Tribulation teaching. We can learn a lot from those brothers & sisters
  2. Martin Serge LANGEVIN
    I'm using the KJV and the Scofield Reference footnotes as the default Bible and reference notes in an 'Interfaith Devotions and English Bible Study' that I facilitate just because the KJV is the most read English translation and Scofield's 1917 footnotes are widely read by English-speaking Christians, so this gives an accurate view of how many Christians interpret the Bible. I personally disagree with many of Scofield's notes; but seeing ghat I don't profess the Christian Faith myself, that's to be expected. The participants enjoy it though.
  3. John Williams

    John Williams

    1/11/2018

  4. CHAD RUDOLPH

    CHAD RUDOLPH

    11/28/2017

  5. Diego Arce

    Diego Arce

    11/15/2017

    En español por favor, para comprarla
  6. Dean Poulos

    Dean Poulos

    4/7/2017

  7. Dr. Greg Little

    Dr. Greg Little

    12/16/2016

  8. Matthew Starin
  9. Pr Shequen Aes
    Negativo
  10. Jeff Williams

    Jeff Williams

    12/28/2015

    This is a particularly lousy edition for Logos. They ought to be ashamed. First, this is only the 1909 Edition. Virtually all Evangelicals who use the Scofield use the 1967 revision, which is much improved. Second, this is NOT the "Scofield Reference Bible," but merely a reprint of the skimpy NOTES from the 1909 Edition! It does not even contain Scofield's cross references! Third, the Logos blurb on this edition constitutes false advertising. The Logos page on this says, "In the Logos edition of this important body of work, you can search for verses, find Scripture references and citations instantly, and perform word studies. Along with your English translations, all Scripture passages link to Greek and Hebrew texts. What’s more, hovering over a Scripture reference will instantly display your verse! The advanced tools in your digital library free you to dig deeper into the work of one of the most prominent dispensationalist premillennialists." In point of fact, no, you CANNOT "search for verses, find Scripture references and citations instantly, and perform word studies," because IT INCLUDES NO SCRIPTURE. "hovering over a Scripture reference will" NOT "instantly display your verse," because it HAS NO SCRIPTURE REFERENCES other than a few included in the notes. LOGOS HAS NO BUSINESS ADVERTISING THIS AS T"THE SCOFIELD REFERENCE B IBLE." It is not a Bile, and all the references are left out! This should be labeled honestly, as "The Notes to the 1909 Scofield Edition." Years ago when I was a new Christian I used the 1967 Edition and found it helpful; but as I began to see through the errors of dispensational pre-trib-rapturism and other matters, I turned to other Bibles. But if a person wants a 1967 Scofield BIBLE, and not merely the 1909 NOTES, they will be extremely disappointed in this production. Save your money. I hesitate to weigh in on this, as some Christians effectively act as though the Scofield notes are God-breathed almost like the Scripture itself; there are even a handful of believers around (dying off rapidly) who actually prefer the 1909 to the 1967, but even these folk would want and deserve the 1909 Scofield Reference BIBLE with it's Scripture reference system, not just the separate NOTES.

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