Thursday, July 23, 2009

The New Inductive Study Bible- NASB: Published by Harvest House Publishers


Description

The New Inductive Study Bible is designed to help you gain a more intimate understanding of God and His Word. It's the only Bible available based entirely on the inductive study approach- giving you the tools for observing what Scripture says, interpreting what it means, and applying what you learn into your life.

About the Binding & Cover

This edition is made from high quality Genuine leather, with a Smythe sewn binding. The cover has a rich leathery feel, rich color and well defined grain. Bibles covered in Genuine leather are very durability and will last for many years. Genuine leather is made from the remaining layers after the top layer has been removed, at that point it has a suede surface which is then refinished to add grain and texture. Genuine leather can be refinished in many textures from fine grain to crocodile skin. This edition lays flat while you are reading because of its high quality Smythe sewn binding. Smythe sewn binding is considered the highest quality binding, the pages are sewn and glued to the spine of the Bible. The benefits are a long lasting Bible that can be read and reread for years without falling apart. Books with Smythe sewn binding will stand up to more abuse than regular glued binding, and can be read on a flat surface. For these reasons many textbooks, picture books and Bibles that are designed to stand the tests of time use Smythe sewn binding. Smythe sewn book printing and binding gets its name from its inventor, an Irish-American named David McConnell Smythe (1833-1807). A pioneer of modern day bookbinding, Smythe took a bold leap forward over the centuries old methods of binding by producing the first technology and methods for sewing book pages to the spine to create a book of superior quality and appearance. Smythe-sewn Bibles are durable, but they may be heavier and less flexible than glued Bibles. That said if you want the best, then you want Smythe sewn binding. Size: 9.5 X 6.5 X 2.25 (inches)

What’s inside?
The text of this edition is 9.5 pt, which is clear and easy to read. The layout of this Bible is single column format, black letter edition, with blank paragraph/subject headings so that you can write your own subject headings. This new edition contains many special and revised features: a 32-page guide to carrying out the steps of observation, interpretation, and application, full-color pages with step-by-step instructions and overviews for every book of the Bible, individualized instructions and overviews every book of the Bible, Wide margins for note taking, 24 pages of full-color charts historical time-lines and maps, dozens of unique study helps including a comprehensive history of Israel, cross-references, and concordance. This Bible is printed on high quality paper, because of the thinness of the paper I recommend using Sakura Pigma Micron Pens and Crayola Color Pencils for highlighting. The margins are 1 1/4"" along the outside of the pages. This edition has a burgundy ribbon marker, the pages are edged with gold which looks elegant with the burgundy cover.


In the Front
  1. Foreword--Updated New American Standard Bible
  2. Welcome to The New Inductive Study Bible
  3. The Books of the Bible
  4. How To Use The New Inductive Study Bible
  5. A. How to Use the Inductive Study Bible
  6. B. Observation--Discover What It Says!
  7. C. The Marking Approach--Sample A
  8. D. The Marking Approach--Sample B
  9. E. The AT A GLANCE Charts--Sample C
  10. F. The AT A GLANCE Charts--Sample D
  11. G. A System for Marking Key Words Throughout Your Bible
  12. H. Interpretation--Discover What It Means!
  13. I. Application--Discover How It Works!
  14. J. Getting Started
  15. The Spiritual Life of Israel Comparative Timetable of History
  16. A. The Tabernacle
  17. B. Solomon's Temple
  18. C. Herod's Temple at the Time of Jesus
  19. D. The Temple Mount at the Time of Jesus
  20. E. The History of Israel--Adam to Modern Times
  21. F. Books of the Bible in Canonical Order
Through Out This Bible You'll Find
  1. Key Charts and Illustrations
  2. Key Historical Charts
  3. A. The History of Israel
  4. B. The Overlapping of the Patriarchs' Lives
  5. C. The Jewish Calendar
  6. E. The Feats of Israel
  7. F. David's Family Tree Related to 1 Kings
  8. G. The Historical Charts of the Kings and Prophets of Israel and Judah
  9. H. Prophetic Overview of Daniel
  10. I. The Genealogy of Jesus the Christ
  11. J. Inside Herod's Temple
  12. K. Life of Christ Charts
  13. L. Sequence of Events in Paul's Life After His Conversion
  14. N. Overview of the Bible
  15. M. A Harmony of the Gospels
  16. Key Illustrations
  17. A. The Tabernacles
  18. B. Solomon's Temple
  19. C. Herod's Temple at Time of Jesus
  20. D. The Temple Mount at the Time of Jesus
  21. E. Inside the Tabernacle
  22. F. Solomon's Temple and Temple Furnishings
  23. G. Prophetic Overview of Daniel
  24. H. Inside Herod's Temple
In the Back
  1. Bible Study Helps
  2. Understanding the Value of God's Word
  3. Major Events in Israel's History
  4. Historical and Grammatical Helps
  5. A. The Ark of the Covenant
  6. B. Understanding Gnosticism
  7. C. Guidelines for Interpreting Predictive Prophecy
  8. D. Figures of Speech
  9. C. Laws of Composition
  10. F. Tense, Voice, and Mood of Greek Verbs
  11. Read Through the Bible in One Year
  12. Three-Year Bible Study Plan
  13. A Harmony of the Gospels
  14. Indexes to Charts, Maps, and Illustrations
  15. A. Historical Charts
  16. B. Topical Study Charts
  17. C. Maps
  18. D. Illustrations
  19. E. Index to Color Maps
  20. Concordance
  21. Color Maps
  22. A. Modern Boundaries of Bible Lands
  23. B. The Settlements of the Descendants of Shem, Ham and Japheth
  24. C. The Ancient and Modern Sites of Exodus
  25. D. Ezekiel's Vision of the Promised Land
  26. E. Israel's Territories: Ancient and Modern
  27. F. The Relationship of Ancient Empires to Modern Nations
  28. G. Development of Modern Israel
About this Translation
The translation used in this edition is the Updated New American Standard Version
The New American Standard Bible (NASB) is a revision of the American Standard Version of 1901. The American Standard Version was a reversion of the King James Version. Many view the New American Standard Bible as one of the most literal translations of the 20th-century. Since its completion in 1971, the New American Standard Bible has been widely embraced by many as “the most literally accurate English translation” from the original languages. In 1995, the Lockman Foundation reissued the NASB text as the NASB Updated Edition (or more often known, the Updated NASB or NASB95). Since then, it has become known simply as the "NASB" and has supplanted the 1971 text in most current printings (although the Thompson Chain Reference Bible, the Open Bible, and the Key Word Study Bible still use the 1977 text for their NASB editions).

Introduction to the New American Standard Bible

New American Standard Bible Translation Principles

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My Personal Opinion
The NISB is one of the most interactive study Bibles I have ever seen. This Bible teaches you how to observe, interpret, and apply scripture through careful observation. This is a very unique and useful study Bible. The NISB is available in Hardcover, Bonded Leather and Genuine Leather editions.

The New Inductive Study Bible can be found at
NAS New Inductive Study Bible, Genuine leather, Burgundy

The Hardcover Edition can be found at
NAS New Inductive Study Bible, Hardcover

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