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The Scofield® Study Bible III, HCSB: Holman Christian Standard Bible download ebook
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0195278968
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978-0195278965
Author:
D. Rikkers
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Oxford University Press; Thumbed edition (March 9, 2007)
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The Holman Christian Standard Bible (HCSB) is a modern English Bible translation from Holman Bible Publishers. The New Testament was published in 1999, followed by the full Bible in March 2004.

The Holman Christian Standard Bible (HCSB) is a modern English Bible translation from Holman Bible Publishers.

The Christian Standard Bible (CSB) is a modern English Bible translation of the Christian Bible. The CSB incorporates advances in biblical scholarship to improve upon translation decisions, word choice, and style

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Here it has been paired with yet another popular modern Bible translation, the Holman Christian Standard Bible

Here it has been paired with yet another popular modern Bible translation, the Holman Christian Standard Bible. The result is a translation that serves the needs of students and those who publicly proclaim God's Word equally well. An abundance of ancillary features clarify the ideas underlying the Scofield's annotations.

To equip serious Bible students with an accurate translation for personal study, private devotions, and memorization. To give those who love God?s Word a text that has numerous reader helps, is visually attractive on the page, and is appealing when heard.

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Are you sure you want to remove The ScofieldRG Study Bible III, HCSB from your list? The ScofieldRG Study Bible III, HCSB. Published March 12, 2007 by Oxford University Press, USA.

I also recommend: Scofield III ESV (English Standard Version) Scofield III NKJV Scofield III KJV. I do not recommend the Scofield III HCSB (Holman Christian Standard Bible) The translation is too watered down like the NIV. Sorry. 10 people found this helpful.

The Scofield III®, with its augmented study notes and reference system, has proven to be highly popular among . Here it has been paired with yet another popular modern Bible translation, the Holman Christian Standard Bible

The Scofield III®, with its augmented study notes and reference system, has proven to be highly popular among evangelicals. Here it has been paired with yet another popular modern Bible translation, the Holman Christian Standard Bible. The result is a translati. Scofield Reference Bible. Holman Bible Publishers assembled an international, interdenominational team of 100 scholars and proofreaders, all of whom were committed to biblical inerrancy. The translation committee sought to strike a balance between the two prevailing philosophies of Bible translation: formal equivalence (literal, "word-for-word", et. and dynamic or functional equivalence (").

Scofield Study Bible III Holman Christian Standard, Black, Genuine Leather, Indexed by Rikkers, Doris W. .

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The Scofield III®, with its augmented study notes and reference system, has proven to be highly popular among evangelicals. Here it has been paired with yet another popular modern Bible translation, the Holman Christian Standard Bible. The HCSB is dedicated equally to precise translation from the original languages and reader-friendly American English. The result is a translation that serves the needs of students and those who publicly proclaim God's Word equally well. An abundance of ancillary features clarify the ideas underlying the Scofield's annotations. Factual information is presented in topical articles, charts, and lists that add depth and richness to study time.* New design to enhance readability and study. * Select HCSB Concordance. * Red letter text.
Reviews:
  • Mopimicr
The HCSB Bible is a good translation. It uses the NU Text which is less desirable than the Majority Text, but it provides an easy to read, accurate translation. It is slightly more toward a word for word translation than the NIV but not as close as the NKJV. However, in many ways I like it as well as or better than the NKJV. The Scofield Study System III is wonderful. I have used a Scofield Bible for more than 65 years and love it. The System III is an improvement over the best! Organization of the notes in boxes, addition of maps within the text, footnotes and/or marginal references that give the difference between the NU Text and the Textus Receptus are very, very helpful. All of the Old Scofield with the additions is awesome.PH
  • Paster
After reading the review on Amazon and other places, I decided this was the new Bible for me. I have read and marked up various versions over 30 years. I received it and was very pleased with the binding, the leather was top quality to be sure.

However, I now read with a 1.25 reading glasses and could not follow the text. The font choice is larger than most, but also very condensed. Additionally, the pages are thin paper, whereas the text from the other side of the page shows through. These combined issues made the reading difficult.

I returned the bible for a refund. From now on, I will sample a new bible at a book store first, before buying sight unseen. Hope this helps in your buying decision.
  • SmEsH
I have wanted this out of print version for a while now and am grateful to have found it. I really like Dr. Scofield's study notes. The cross referencing is very good as well. This bible has encouraged and inspired me to dig much deeper into bible study.I would recommend it to everyone if you can find a copy.
  • Hap
I owned a NKJV Scofield Study Bible and decided that I need an easier-reading version of the Bible. So I decided to purchase the Holman Christian Standard Bible (HCSB) version of the Scofield Study Bible. The study notes, charts, diagrams, and maps were the same as they were in the NKJV of the Bible! I love it!!!
  • Daigami
I am very pleased with the construction of this Bible. I really fell in love with the Holman translation before I bought this bible, it gives just enough difference in wording to aid in study from the NIV that I've used for years. It uses the chain reference which I don't really care for, but that's me and I knew that when I bought it. Still its a great Bible worth the money.
  • Thozius
this is a great translation. easy to read but very accurate. nice study helps and a quality product from a physical standpoint as well. I have already given one as a gift.
  • Light out of Fildon
This is a beautiful bible and is definitely of heirloom quality. However, I was very disappointed with the study information. My Zondervan NIV study bible has 3-4 times the quantity of study information. There are very few footnotes on the average page.

There are boxes of text that are very interesting, but they are fairly few and far between.

Overall, My fiance was pleased with this bible (I bought it as a present for her), but she liked it for the beauty of the book, and the idea of an heirloom type bible. We will definitely be looking for a more serious study bible though.
This review is the for the Black Genuine Leather, Thumb-Indexed, Oxford, Scofield Edition of the Holman Christian Standard Bible.

I confess I already have too many Bibles, but like others, I'm always looking for that ever-elusive 'Perfect-Edition' of the Holy Scriptures. I still haven't found it and probably never will.

I was raised on the KJV and used it for the first 50 years of my life, then switched to the NASB and used it for five years. Little more than a year ago I discovered the HCSB and began to research it online. Since I like premium-bound editions of the Scriptures, I ordered the HCSB Large Print Thinline Legacy Edition. It is certainly a nice concept but when it arrived , the quality of the binding just didn't meet my expectations. The cowhide was soft and flexible but the pages were very loosely attached to the binding, so I sent it back and ordered the HCSB Scofield in Genuine Leather. I didn't particularly want a Scofield, or the thumb-indexing, but it seemed to be the nicest edition available at that point, and at a price that was an unbelievable value.

When it arrived, I was impressed with the Genuine Leather binding. It is not flexible by any means, but it is leather, not calfskin or goatskin. I expect it will become more flexible with use. It is very well done with its Smyth-sewn binding and one nice ribbon. The paper thickness is nice, no annoying bleed through and thick enough for a few notes here and there. I use archival pens with no bleed-through at all! It has a very thorough concordance, very good quality maps and several other nice helps.

The page layout is very nice and easy to read, with a nice size font that is even easy to read with my 55 year old, tri-focal assisted eyes. The references are Scofield's...sufficient but I would prefer the HCSB references. I love the HCSB translation notes at the bottom of each page.

As far as the Scofield Notes are concerned, I would just as soon not have them, but as I said, this is what I considered the nicest HCSB edition I could buy at this time. Yes, the HCSB Minister's Bible is available, but I wanted cross-references in mine and I have read some negative comments about page thickness of the Minister's Bible; I also did not want the Minister's Helps, even though I am in the ministry. So you will have to make up your own mind whether you want, or can simply live with Scofield's Notes, if you want this great value of an edition. There are many of his notes that I totally disagree with, so I just ignore them.

So far as the HCSB translation is concerned, I feel like it is a good solid translation that is more readable than the NASB and more accurate than the NIV, which I never took a liking to. It is in modern English, but not in street English or slang. It is beautifully done and for me, this seems to be the translation that 'just speaks to me'.

Holman will supposedly release a revision/update in 2009, along with a study bible. Now, I'm not interested in a study bible, but I hope they do introduce 1) some high quality binding choices like calfskin and goatskin, 2) 'senior' readable fonts, 3) note quality paper, 4) single-column format, 5) inside cross-references and 6) two ribbons. Just my own little wish list!

Overall this is a great translation for reading, study and memorization, and a nice quality edition for everyday use, if you can tolerate Scofield's Notes and the thumb indexing. I highly recommend this Bible!