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Ryrie Study Bible: New American Standard Bible (Notes only)

, 1995
ISBN: 9780802438669

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The tools within the Ryrie Study Bible help illuminate the content of the Bible, even though we cannot add to the power of God’s written Word. Throughout the centuries, God has spoken to his children through his inspired writings, and Scripture has molded more lives than any other book in history. The intent of the Ryrie Study Bible is to make the Bible more clear and meaningful to you. As you understand the history, culture, and geography of the first century, you will discover a deeper meaning behind the places of the Bible. Outlines, introductions, and study notes can help you make sense of complex issues and are a useful means for retention. If you take time to read the synopsis of Bible doctrine and other resources in the book, you will begin to sense a new level of maturity in your spiritual life. More important, by comprehending Scripture and its many messages, you will sense God working in your heart and changing your life.

The text of the NASB Bible is not included with this resource—only the study notes for the translation.
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  • Contains tools that help illuminate the content of the Bible
  • Provides context by revealing the history, culture, and geography of the first century
  • Completely interactive with your Logos library
  • Works with the text of your New American Standard Bible (NASB)

Top Highlights

“Meaning of Election. God’s unconditioned and pretemporal choice of those individuals whom He would save.” (Page 2071)

“Others understand the passage to be a warning to genuine believers to urge them on in Christian growth and maturity. To ‘fall away’ is impossible (since, according to this view, true believers are eternally secure), but the phrase is placed in the sentence to strengthen the warning. It is similar to saying something like this to a class of students: ‘It is impossible for a student, once enrolled in this course, if he turns the clock back which cannot be done, to start the course over. Therefore, let all students go on to deeper knowledge.’” (Page 1951)

“Certain important events were to happen after the 62 weeks (plus the seven weeks, or a total of 69 weeks): the crucifixion of Messiah and the destruction of Jerusalem in a.d. 70 by the Romans who are the people of the prince who is to come. Because these events were to occur after the 69 weeks had run their course and before the seventieth week began, there must be a space of time between the conclusion of the sixty-ninth week and the beginning of the seventieth.” (Pages 1366–1367)

“The title ‘Son of God’ is Jesus’ divine name (v. 29), ‘Son of David’ His Jewish name (9:27), but ‘Son of Man’ is the name that links Him to the earth and to His mission. It was His favorite designation of Himself (used more than 80 times) and was based on Dan. 7:13–14. It emphasizes (1) His lowliness and humanity (v. 20), (2) His suffering and death (Luke 19:10), and (3) His future reign as King (24:27).” (Page 1526)

Like many of Ryrie’s other writings, the Study Bible has plowed new ground, providing the average reader with helpful introductory information on each of the books of the Bible (author, date, historical background, purpose, content, outline)...His ability to communicate to the layperson undoubtedly stands without peer...For Ryrie the authority is not society or experience, but the Bible.

Kristen Fundamental, an Indonesian-English Blog

  • Title: Ryrie Study Bible: New American Standard Bible
  • Author: Charles Caldwell Ryrie
  • Publisher: Moody Press
  • Publication Date: 1995
Charles Caldwell Ryrie

Charles Caldwell Ryrie (1925–2016) was a renowned author and scholar and key figure in the theology of dispensationalism. He received degrees from Haverford College, Dallas Theological Seminary, University of Edinburgh, and Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary.

Ryrie served as professor of systematic theology and dean of doctoral studies at Dallas Theological Seminary and professor at what is now Cairn University.

Along with frequently contributing to Bibliotheca Sacra, Ryrie authored over 25 books including Dr. Ryrie’s Articles, Transformed by his Glory, Nailing Down a Board: Serving Effectively on the Not-for-Profit Board, The Basis of Premillennial Faith, and Neo-orthodoxy.


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  1. Dr. Steven R. Cook
    I've been using this study Bible for over twenty years and greatly appreciate the scholarly work that went into it. I highly recommend it for anyone wanting a study Bible.
  2. Mark I. Gause

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  4. Anthony Eaton
    One of the school required Bilble
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  8. Howard E. Nelson
    I have the NASB Ryrie Study Bible 1995 is there a newer version?
  9. Marshall Ong

    Marshall Ong


    Wow, have been waiting for this one. Just purchased today. It looks to be updated to the latest Ryrie Study Bible with the nice charts and timelines. I was pleasantly shocked. Awesome. Will be one of my go to resources. Thank you Logos for this product.


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