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At present, this study Bible is available only in two computer versions. A print edition is in the hands of Northwestern Publishing House but no date has been set for its appearance.
American Edition Metric Edition In the Windows version of the EHV Study Bible the biblical text fills the left half of the screen, and notes, maps, and pictures scroll along beside it on the right half of the screen. The navigation bar enables readers to move quickly from book to book and chapter to chapter. Here is the blurb from the Microsoft Store:
The Evangelical Heritage Version (EHV) Study Bible app is a program designed for Windows 10 that presents the EHV alongside a set of notes to help you get the most out of your reading of the Bible, including:Microsoft Store
- Brief introductions for each book
- Extensive notes on the translation, the meaning of the text, and the historical background for deeper understanding
- Maps, pictures, timelines, and charts to illuminate Bible history, many in color
- Daily reading plans and weekly lectionary readings
The LOGOS edition is a study notes module that does not contain the EHV text, but if purchased separately the two can be linked together in the “LOGOS Bible Software” program. Once purchased, this edition works with the LOGOS program on Mac and Windows PC, as well as the free app for Android and iPhone/iPad. LOGOS Store
An edition of the WELS version of Luther’s Small Catechism is available from Northwestern Publishing House. EHV WELS Catechism
This harmony of the Four Gospels is compiled from the EHV. The Life and Teachings of Jesus Christ weaves the events of the Savior’s life and the words of his teachings from the gospels into a single narrative. No words have been added or changed to create this harmony of the gospels. Only the words of Scripture are used here. (238 pages. Kindle/Nook editions are also available.) NPH.net
These nine appendices were written to be part of the EHV study Bible. This stand-alone edition may be used as a supplement to the plain print edition of the EHV. Topics include textual criticism, weights and measures, chronology, climate, the Herods, the Hasmoneans, and the Intertestamental period. Available from Lulu in pdf, and from Lulu, Kindle, Nook and others in epub. Lulu.com
A basic summary of the message of the Bible concerning God’s plan of salvation in simple language, intended for people who are familiar with the Bible and for those who are not. Available in print, pdf, and epub editions through Lulu. Lulu.com
The accounts of Jesus suffering and death in the four gospels are arranged into one account for reading during worship services during Lent. Available for free at the Wartburg Project site. A spiral-bound edition for lectern use is available from Lulu. (Bulk orders, such as for pastoral conferences, are recommended to save on postage!) Lulu.com Free Digital Edition
The Story of God’s Love: A Summary of the Holy Bible This book started out as a Bible History text for schools, and it still can be used for that purpose, but it developed into something much more. It could be called a condensed or abbreviated Bible. Each section is an excerpt from the EHV translation of the Holy Bible. The sections are not edited or simplified summaries of the biblical text, but retain the wording of the EHV text. Reading this book is like reading the whole Bible in chronological order. Selections from the prophets, the epistles, and some of the psalms are inserted at the point where they fit into the historical narrative. This abbreviated Bible does not include material like the genealogies, the ceremonial laws, and long descriptions. It does not include all of the historical sections of the Bible, but those that are included were selected to summarize the whole plan of salvation from Eden to eternity. Besides serving as a Bible History book, this book can be used as a simplified Bible for many instructional purposes. It is recommended for use by first-time Bible readers who want to get a summary of the Bible before tackling all the details. Long-time Bible readers will appreciate it as a summary of the highlights of the Bible. It is recommended for distribution in institutional ministries and outreach. It could be used as a text book for high school or college surveys of the Bible. In addition to the biblical text, each section has an introduction to help the reader make the connection with the biblical context. Each section concludes with a brief prayer which gives an application to each lesson to the plan of salvation and to Christian life, Throughout, the emphasis is on tracing the revelation and the progress of the gospel.
This booklet discusses the impact of “grammar wars” on English Bible translations. How do translators balance the competing claims of formal and conversational grammar and prescriptive and descriptive grammar? How were these principles developed and used during the production of the EHV. Available in pdf from Lulu and in epub versions from Lulu and other distributors. Free from the Wartburg Project online library
This book is a study of the textual criticism of the Old Testament. It studies principles of criticism, the history of textual criticism, types of variants, manuscripts and versions, and includes a study of Martin Luther as a pioneer of textual criticism. It sets forth principles that were applied during the production of the EHV. It is a technical study which makes considerable use of Hebrew, Greek, and other languages and scripts. It is available in print and pdf versions from Lulu and other globalReach outlets.
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