The Reformation Heritage KJV Study Bible is a study Bible to feed your soul, instruct your mind, and illuminate the heritage of the Reformation.
Put together by a top-notch team of Reformed scholars, this study tool enhances your Bible reading in powerful ways. Study the Bible within the framework of Reformed and Puritan heritages, with short articles on core Christian teachings and important passages from classic and modern theologians. Examine an overview of 20 centuries of church history and a collection of classic creeds and confessions with introductions.
Benefit from thousands of study notes with integrated cross-references, introductions to each section and every book of the Bible, and explanations of difficult words. Beyond traditional study helps, the Reformation Heritage KJV Study Bible Notes also provide thoughts for personal and family devotions for every chapter, guidance on how to experience the truths of the Bible, and dozens of articles on how to live the Christian life.
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Please note: The Reformation Heritage KJV Study Notes does not include the Bible text itself. For the KJV Bible text, see The Holy Bible: King James Version (KJV).
Joel R. Beeke (general editor) is president and professor of systematic theology and homiletics at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, pastor of the Heritage Netherlands Reformed Congregation in Grand Rapids, Michigan, editorial director of Reformation Heritage Books, and editor of the Banner of Sovereign Grace Truth. He has written, coauthored, or edited over 70 books.
Michael P.V. Barrett (Old Testament editor) is academic dean and professor of Old Testament at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary. He is a minister in the Free Presbyterian Church of North America, and was formerly president of Geneva Reformed Seminary. Converted to Christianity as a child, he felt called to ministry early in his college career at Bob Jones University. He earned his doctorate in Old Testament Text at BJU with a special focus on Semitic languages.
Gerald M. Bilkes (New Testament editor) is professor of New Testament and biblical theology at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan. He received a PhD from Princeton Theological Seminary, and was recipient of the United States Information Agency Fellowship at the Albright Institute (ASOR) in Jerusalem.
Paul M. Smalley (editorial assistant) earned his ThM from Puritan Reformed Seminary. He is a teacher’s assistant for Dr. Beeke at the Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary.