KJV Ryrie Study Bible Burgundy Bonded (Red Letter Edition)
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About "KJV Ryrie Study Bible Burgundy Bonded (Red Letter Edition)"
By focusing on Scripture, "The Ryrie KJV Study Bible" is designed to enhance a deeply personal study of God's Word. A comprehensive source containing 10,000 concise explanatory notes, in-text graphics, and thorough book outlines, extensive cross-references, expanded topical index and concordance, "The Ryrie KJV Study Bible" is a complete tool for anyone desiring to know God more intimately.
"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.
Meet the Author
Charles C Ryrie
Charles C. Ryrie received his Master of Theology and doctor of Theology degrees from Dallas Theological Seminary, and his PhD from the University of Edinburgh. He was also awarded a Doctor of Letters degree by Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary in Lynchburg, Virginia. Ryrie served as the president of the Philadelphia College of Bible (now Philadelphia Biblical University), and as the chair of the department of systematic theology and dean of doctoral studies at Dallas Theological Seminary. He has published books on various topics such as theology, the Christian life, and dispensationalism.