Many in the Internetmonk.com audience may not know that the English Standard Version Study Bible is not the only Study Bible thatâ€™s been in the works,. Before Christmas, expect to see some of these study Bibles appearing on bookstore shelves and in cyber bookstalls near you.
The Phil Johnson â€œPoMotivatorâ€ Study Bible. Blogging curmudgeon Phil Johnson brings his pomotivator magic to a study Bible that once and for all points out the errors of emerging church theology and David Crowderâ€™s haircare. With more than 250 new pomotivators scattered throughout the old and new testaments, Bible students can appreciate how Paintshop Pro and biting sarcasm can open up the scriptures.
The Tim Challies Clearly Canadian Discernment Study Bible. With over 200,000 calm, reasonable and trustworthy notes, this Study Bible is perfect with a cup of coffee and a donut at Tim Hortonâ€™s. A special chart of scripture references pertaining to hockey makes this unique study Bible a perfect gift for those hockey moms in your family. A special liveblogging feature allows you to access this study Bible from whatever conference you are attending.
The Al Mohler Encyclopedic Punditry Study Bible. Hereâ€™s a study Bible with a unique approach. It has hundreds of special essays that have almost nothing to do with the Bible at all. Enjoy essays on Adam Smith, NASA and recent developments in carpentry. A special feature of this study Bible is the ability to blog your thoughts on each passage immediately as you read it. This study Bible also comes with 5 full-time research assistants.
The Abraham Piper 22 Words Study Bible. A new and highly efficient study Bible for busy people who need all of Christian scripture encapsulated in a couple of sentences. (Not recommended for Steve Camp.)
The Steve Hays Study Bible. The completion of this Bible has been temporarily halted while the worldâ€™s forests are replanted.
The Jared Wilson Stay-At-Home-Dad Study Bible. (Not available in Seattle.) This study Bible highlights domestic skills, parenting and cleaning tips, all from the guyâ€™s point of view. This controversial study Bible also has profiles of famous stay at home men, like Jacob and David.
Van Til’s Animals in Scripture Study Bible. Evangelicalismâ€™s favorite dog says â€œThe Bible is true!â€ But he also opens up the scriptures for animal lovers with special sections on animals and the essential role they play in Godâ€™s redemptive plan. Hereâ€™s Balaamâ€™s ass, Josephâ€™s donkey, the dog who returned to its own vomit and the little foxes that spoil the vines. More than 300 animal illustrations make this a great Bible to share with the grandchildren and your own pets.
The â€œReason for a Study Bibleâ€ Study Bible, edited by Tim Keller. Every book of the Bible is introduced with an insightful and erudite essay by Tim Keller. Enjoy â€œThe Reason for Haggaiâ€ and â€œThe Reason for Philemon.â€ In the back, learn about things for which there are no reasons, like corn as a vegetable with pizza and Sunday night church. A special Keller fan section edited by Steve McCoy is found in the back. Available in New York only. (Truly Reformed purchasers must show ID.)
The Mark Driscoll R-Rated Study Bible for Dudes. Freak out your reformed Baptist friends with Mark Driscollâ€™s comedic, rude and radically male centered interpretations of scripture. This is a study Bible that reaches the emerging culture while denouncing the emerging church. A fashion section helps you to see the scriptural mandates for mechanicâ€™s shirts and hemp necklaces. Puzzlingly endorsed by John Piper, an alternative sheet of negative endorsements from various reformed bloggers is available on request. Profanity in red letters. Crude and shocking sexual episodes in blue. Bible doctrine is related to MMA throughout.
The Paula White â€œWhat the….â€ Study Bible. Learn that if youâ€™re an evangelical hottie, you can find just about anything in the Bible. Discover the 25 reasons Matthew 25 is the key to receiving $25,000 to give as a seed in 2025. Special notes include â€œDivorce? Phhhhht,â€ â€œSounding like T.D. Jakes but looking a lot better,â€ â€œMinistering With Your Ex-Husband,â€ and â€œMaking God Look Good in My Escalades.â€ Available in charismaniac or evangelical ebonics versions.
The Boarâ€™s Head Tavern Study Bible, edited by Matthew Johnson and Bill Mackinnon. Over 300,000 notes that never agree with each other. Dark pages and dark ink. Special sections on Beer in the Bible, Dead Horses of Scripture and Why God Wants Comments Closed. Picture of Farah Fawcett in the maps section. Comes in Angry Lutheran, Squishy Emerging, Credobaptist Presbyterian and Unhuggable Baptist versions. Purchases must include 20% tip.
The Internet Monk Mongrels and Evangelicals Study Bible. Learn how to be a hamster on an evangelism wheel. Study great, fat, bald people of the Bible. Be wretchedly urgent with help from all 66 books. Over 55,000 comments from Catholic apologists determined to convert you. Read uncomfortably honest details of the Monkâ€™s personal life in the Confessional section. Special podcast CD with all 115 podcasts included. Special section on Robert Capon as the key to the scriptures. Comes signed by N.T. Wright and with a response by well known therapist Dr. Frank Turk. Special Jesus shaped edition available for a donation.