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  • Kindle Edition
  • 1616 pages
  • The Old ScofieldRG Study Bible, KJV, Standard Edition
  • C.I. Scofield
  • English
  • 24 September 2017

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About the Author: C.I. Scofield

Cyrus Ingerson Scofield was a lawyer who served as U.S District Attorney for Kansas, and later became an evangelical Christian minister whose writings popularized premillenial dispensationalism among fundamentalists.

10 thoughts on “The Old ScofieldRG Study Bible, KJV, Standard Edition

  1. says:

    The King James Bible is God s perserved word for English speaking people I LOVE MY BIBLE

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    No greater book in the world to read The light to our path The instruction book of life The book to remove all fear and give an everlasting hope Our letter from God The map to heaven The recipes for love, joy, peace, faith, endurance, and strength It tells us how to live and how to make life work It s the only book any person really needs, and everyone really needs it The Bible is the most special treasure any person can ever own

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    The Bible, the Scriptures of the Old Testament and the New Testament, preserved for us in the Masoretic text Old Testament Textus Receptus New Testament and in the King James Bible, is verbally and plenarily inspired of God It is the inspired, inerrant, infallible, and altogether authentic, accurate and authoritative Word of God, therefore the supreme and final authority in all things II Tim 3 16 17 II Peter 1 21 Rev 22 18 19.

  4. says:

    i am not particularly religious but i keep this bible as a reference scofield s notes and date markings make this bible an exceptional reference it is affordable as well my only beef is that these bibles are not made to the same standard of quality as they once were mine came with slightly crumpled pages and was printed in korea

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    I love this bible KJV is the only version worth reading The other bibles are human based, being made and constantly changed to suit peoples desires and sin Satan is trying to mar KJV but, thankfully, there are many KJV bibles that are untouched

  6. says:

    I highly recommend this Bible to anyone who is in need of a great study Bible The notes are a great help in your studying of the Word It is also great for beginners students A great Bible.

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    Wonderful book It is a living book God moved men of old to write it for us, to live by, for our salvation through our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ I recommend this wonderful book to everyone.

  8. says:

    By 70 years old, I ve read a few Bibles in my time Whereas the Word of God NEVER changes, various publication interpretation do I personally, like the OLD Scofield Study Bible Not necessarily the new III edition, which veers from Scofield s original notes I am privy to various reviews on that edition from folk favorable to Scofield s original work.A great feature is that Scofield keeps most notes on the same page as the verse it commentates, even in the Kindle edition These may be extensive, By 70 years old, I ve read a few Bibles in my time Whereas the Word of God NEVER changes, various publication interpretation do I personally, like the OLD Scofield Study Bible Not necessarily the new III edition, which veers from Scofield s original notes I am privy to various reviews on that edition from folk favorable to Scofield s original work.A great feature is that Scofield keeps most notes on the same page as the verse it commentates, even in the Kindle edition These may be extensive, but very informative with historical, cultural and biblical references I also like the center reference section Within the verses, references to the center cross reference, i.e a, b, c, etc , or commentary 1, 2, 3, etc Both leather bound editions and the Kindle edition have the Words of Christ in Red, deep color not the faded, harder to read hue The book Bible may be thumb indexed, or not I prefer the thumb index Both are bound in cow skin not the unclean pig skin often used for Christian Bibles I read my Kindle on either my 11 MacBook Air or iPod Touch 5th generation and have no problem seeing the lettering, reference numbering lettering, commentary or verses With the capability to enlarge the screen and reading parallel the font size is not much smaller than the printed version.Tapping the upper left corner of the iPod screen brings up the screen allowing me to advance forward backward a good feature IF you know what page you want to travel to There is the option to view 12 pages at one time, a single page, and dim or brighten a page for easier reading This is also a double column page choice Of course, there is the ability to highlight, delete, bookmark and star a page A forward and back arrow allow for fast page maneuvering.Each book of the Bible is preceded with a content summary This is especially informative for the new student to God s Word The study Bible includes an Index to the Introduction, analyses, notes, definitions, summaries, and subject references within the hard copy Bible 7 pg Dictionary of Scripture Proper Names 43 pp Subject Index 37 pp Concordance 161 pp Indexed Atlas to the Holy Bible including a List of Maps and List of Names 6 pp and color maps including Lands and Nations of the Bible The Promised Land the Roman Empire, listing some 12 pp NOTE The Kindle edition includes the Map Index but NOT the maps I don t find this a problem Most Bible students have a myriad of Bible maps and atlases on hand.These Bibles do not include a page for the owners name gift, or family history.Overall, I believe you will find this an excellent study Bible Kindle edition or hard copy to add to your study of God s Word.HIGHLY RECOMMEND PRODUCT AS DESCRIBED Very well done as a Kindle book Easy read Page is proportioned to the iPod screen Someone did an excellent job with this Kindle edition I just switched to a new text offered when I opened the book and it is excellent as well.CON not really Because the content is large, it does take a few to download onto your reader Big deal Patience is a virtue Right

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    My rating reflects only the notes and the dates, and not the Biblical text itself which I did not read I got this book mainly to check out how closely the incredible Scofield and his book followed Bishop Ussher s chronology, which I am currently studying Answer very closely, even when they are problematic The only dates that I caught Scofield changing were the dates of Artaxerxes rule I am certain that this was done because of Scofield s premillennialism, and his great concern for the My rating reflects only the notes and the dates, and not the Biblical text itself which I did not read I got this book mainly to check out how closely the incredible Scofield and his book followed Bishop Ussher s chronology, which I am currently studying Answer very closely, even when they are problematic The only dates that I caught Scofield changing were the dates of Artaxerxes rule I am certain that this was done because of Scofield s premillennialism, and his great concern for the date of the commandment to restore and build Jerusalem Daniel 9 , widely believed among premillennialists to have been issued in Artaxerxes 20th year Nehemiah 1 but since I had the book in hand, I didn t see any reason why I shouldn t go ahead and read the notes It is easy to see why they are legendary I couldn t help but notice that my Study Bible NIV follows almost the exact format as the Scofield Bible, with a narrow center column for cross references, and notes at the bottom My main criticisms of the notes are that they set the tone down to the present day of fundamentalist arrogance and caustic dismissal of opposing views, and that they are heavy on the theological and eschatological and light on the historical and cultural

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    It s interesting to try to put oneself back a century ago I m wondering what it could have been like to be the ordinary bloke blokess who didn t have access to scholarship but who had an enquiring mind I can see that this annotated bible would have been a remarkable and e3xciting study guide for many, many people.I came to a study of Christianity off the stgreet, not through academia originally, and I was very fortunate to discover, almost immediately, some modern metaphorical, etc thinkers It s interesting to try to put oneself back a century ago I m wondering what it could have been like to be the ordinary bloke blokess who didn t have access to scholarship but who had an enquiring mind I can see that this annotated bible would have been a remarkable and e3xciting study guide for many, many people.I came to a study of Christianity off the stgreet, not through academia originally, and I was very fortunate to discover, almost immediately, some modern metaphorical, etc thinkers and theologians It6 was a delight to find out that it wasn t just people who had been brought up with no religion who were seeking for something further than the literal I m trying to imagine what it might have been like for me a hundred years ago If I had had the same enquiring mind, and the same impatience with people who want to tell me what I should believe, I wonder how I might have reacted to this book Certainly, it would have been an eye opener explanations of words and phrases, information about life 2000 years ago but in no way would it have satisfied my search for an honest and open journey of discovery.Nevertheless, it would have been an extraordinary find I can see why the authors of 100 Christian Books that Changed the Century have it on their list

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