Study Bibles combine the resources of a Bible dictionary, manners and customs, concordance, atlas, and
commentary into one Book. While they provide a convenient and portable means to have a deeper personal Bible
study while traveling, they are not a substitute for a true reference. Yet for those who may not be able to
afford any reference works, Study Bibles offer a powerful aid to the casual Bible reader.
Just remember this rule for good Bible study:
First - read the Bible.
Second - then consult the references.
Included in this category is Interlinear Bibles. These special Bibles will have the Old Testament
Hebrew and / or New Testament Greek on one line with the literal English equivalent underneath them.
Grammatical markers are used to indicate nouns, prepositions, articles, etc., which provide you a greater
insight on the subject of translation.
Various Bible translations were also included here, because their prefaces / forewards provide information
about the challenges and task of translation; this information would help one gain a deeper appreciation of
those toiling in the task of translating the Bible.
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