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Overview ?The Bible is the greatest of all books; to study it is the noblest of all pursuits; to understand it, the highest of all goals.? ? Charles C. Ryrie The Ryrie Study Bibles are especially designed to achieve this goal and are available in the three most requested translations: New International Version, King James, and New American Standard. A comprehensive single source for all Bible study needs, the Ryrie Study Bibles include detailed sections such as: ? A Synopsis of Bible Doctrine ? The Inspiration of the Bible ? Understanding the Bible ? How We Got Our Bible ? The Meaning and Blessings of Salvation ? Archeology and the Bible ? A Brief Survey of Church History Charles Ryrie?s years of study, teaching, and writing make him exceptionally qualified to help readers grasp the fundamental truths of Scripture. Every Ryrie Study Bible has unique features that continue to make it a bestseller.
Publishers Description ""The Bible is the greatest of all books; to study it is the noblest of all pursuits; to understand it the highest of all goals."" - Dr. Charles C. Ryrie
Regardless of how many Bibles you may already have, a study Bible is a must if you intend to deepen your understanding of God, His character, His methods, and His commands. The "Ryrie NASB Study Bible "(1995 New American Standard Lockman Foundation translation) is purposely designed to keep the focus on God's Word, the 10,000 explanatory notes are written to enhance, not comment on Scripture. In addition, wider margins allow you to add your thoughts, notes, and insights. Also included are in-text supporting maps, charts, timelines, and diagrams; 16 full-color maps and 8-page historical timeline; thorough topical index and comprehensive concordance. And whether you are a new believer or a mature Christian, Dr. Ryrie includes helpful articles to further your knowledge of the Bible. In addition, you will receive a software download for The Moody Library, an ideal Bible software program for Pastors, Teachers, Professors, Students, Bible Study Leaders, and anyone thirsting to learn and understand more fully. Valued at over $400, this study and reference software was developed by Moody Publishers and WORDsearch(TM) as an electronic companion to The Ryrie Study Bibles.
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Bible Binding: Genuine Leather Color: Burgundy Point/Type Size: 9.00 Version: NA95 Redlettering: Yes - Words of Jesus in Red! Concordance: Yes - Built In Concordance
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More About Charles Ryrie
CHARLES C. RYRIE has written 30 books, including bestselling titles The Ryrie Study Bible, Balancing the Christian Life, and Basic Theology. He is professor emeritus at Dallas Theological Seminary and has served as adjunct professor at Philadelphia Biblical University, Bibelschule Brake, and The Criswell College.
Ryrie was born in St. Louis, Missouri, and grew up in Alton, Illinois. After graduating from high school in 1942, he attended Stony Brook School on Long Island for one semester, where he became acquainted with headmaster Frank E. Gaebelein. Ryrie attended Haverford College, intending to enter a banking career, but soon thereafter dedicated his life to Christian ministry, and left for Dallas Theological Seminary. Haverford conferred his B.A. (1946) on the basis of his studies at Dallas. A year later, he earned his Th.M. (1947), and two years following that his Th.D. (1949). He went on to complete his Doctor of Philosophy (1953) at the University of Edinburgh.
Ryrie joined the faculty of Westmont College in 1948 and eventually became dean of men and chairman of the Department of Biblical Studies and Philosophy. He returned to Dallas Theological Seminary in 1953 to teach systematic theology, but left for several years to serve as president of Philadelphia College of the Bible, from 1958 to 1962. Upon returning to Dallas once again, he became dean of doctoral studies until his retirement in 1983.