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|An EHV Study Bible features the Evangelical Heritage Version (EHV) text with helpful commentary from confessional Lutheran professors and Bible scholars. The study notes offer historical, cultural, and original language insights that will help you better understand and appreciate the words of Scripture. An EHV Study Bible|
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
Besides serving as a Bible History book for elementary schools and home schools, this book can be used as a simplified Bible for many instructional purposes. It could be used as a text book for high school or college surveys of the Bible. It would be especially useful for an Introduction to the Bible course for students who have little knowledge of the Bible. For elementary school use, it is most appropriate as a text for use in grades 5-8, but it can be introduced to younger students. For teachers of lower grades and even pre-K, it can be used as a resource to help the teacher become more familiar with the flow of the whole Bible, so that they are better able to teach their individual lessons in context.
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.
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.
Drawing directly from the Holy Bible: Evangelical Heritage Version (EHV), this commentary features helpful (and sometimes surprising) insights from Deutschlander with cross references to the gospels of Matthew, Luke, and John for added context. This book also contains an appendix featuring an essay that summarizes and supplements The Theology of the Cross: Reflections on His Cross and Ours, one of Deutschlander’s most popular works.
As you explore the shortest biblical account of Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection, you will discover many memorable teachings that are too good to keep to yourself.