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The Holy Bible ESV. Preface to the English Standard Version. Explanation of Features Included in this Edition. GENESIS. EXODUS. LEVITICUS. NUMBERS. About the ESV. The English Standard Version (ESV) is an essentially literal translation of the Bible in contemporary English. Created by a team of more than Holy Bible (English Standard Version) Hebrew-English Tanakh: The Jewish Bible - Holy Language Institute The King James Version of the Holy Bible.


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The ESV Classic Reference Bible combines the ESV Bible text with an Format: Ebook - ePub, Mobi Download a pdf sample of the interior. Holy Bible (English. Standard Version). Genesis. Exodus. Leviticus. Numbers. Deuteronomy. Joshua. Judges. Ruth. 1 Samuel. 2 Samuel. 1 Kings. 2 Kings. THE ESV BIBLE AT YOUR FINGERTIPS. Carry your Bible with you wherever, whenever, and share with whomever you want! -Free. The only free ESV Bible App.

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I love the aesthetic appeal I just looks simple and classy. It would have 5 stars except that the reading plan section is a mess.

A very good book, but not a cursory read. The first of the four Gospels telling the life of Jesus; very concerned with showing how Jesus fulfilled all kinds of prophecies.

A lot of the children's Bible stories we bandy about come from this one. Mark: Five stars. Sort of the Jesus as action figure Gospel, with a lot of emphasis on the miracles and last week of the Christ. Luke: Five stars. This is the historical, matter-of-fact Gospel.

Feels very close to Matthew, although it is written on the same timeline as Mark. We get a lot of our popular parables, like the Prodigal Son, from this one. John: Five stars.

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John, I feel, was the Zen pothead of the disciples. He's very interesed in the universal themes of Jesus's time on Earth, and not so much with what was going on day-to-day.

The most theologically based of the four Gospels with a whole lot of effort in showing you the importance of Christ being who he was. Acts: Five stars.

Paul is introduced and the rest of the New Testament can get under way. We also have the beginning of the church as a body with the speaking in tongues and all much cooler here than in the modern Pentecostal church, I'd think.

Though it's interesting, it becomes a predictable plot device. Romans: Five stars. This is Paul's letter of everything he thinks the Romans need to know before he heads that way. Plenty of things to put on your coffee cup, but you'll have to drink the coffee before you really understand what they mean. But yes, this is a lot of foundational stuff and Paul definitely isn't boring.

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I wouldn't have minded being his pen pal. This was one of the letters that's totally a letter; Paul is explaining himself to his friends that he's corresponding with, and it's pretty cool to remember that Paul was a person with frustrations and joys and all that sort of thing, rather than just a Church Father Important Dude. Galatians: Four stars.

Yay for short letters!

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Only six chapters, and it's another Paul-as-a-person letter. Like it, but it's not my favorite. Ephesians: Four stars. Ah, Ephesians. This is where a lot of people get verses they like to quote out of context, like the wives to husbands bit and children to parents and bearing with one another in love.

It's nice to read where all of that comes from and how it actually was intended to work. Phillipians: Four stars. Very short, very much a glimpse of Paul as pastor, just trying to tell people he loves to stop being morons. Colossians: Five stars. Also very short, with great thoughts on what being remade means.

Very good to read as a "stay the course" pep talk, in a way. Apparently this wasn't that earth-shattering, as I didn't remember finishing it until I flipped to the NT and saw that my bookmark was at the end. It does house one of the first verses I ever memorized, though Thess. I'm a bit of an underachiever sometimes. It would have gotten three stars, but chapter 3 is pretty awesome. Here's a summary for you: Ch. All the Antichrist, half the dazed aftereffect! Ah, your brevity is inspiring, Paul.

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Here, writing to his BFF Timothy, Paul lays out some seriously useful rules about what church elders should be, and says some great things about what it means to stay in the faith and deal with the faithful around you when the going gets tough. We both fail. Deal with it, Paul. Also, there are reminders to bring the cloak he forgot in BFE when he visits, and to say hi to Aunt Janie for him, and to tell Jeffrey to STFU when he's talking about what preaching is--I mean, there are some good things in the scanty four chapters, but it's really quite personal correspondence, even if Paul did intend it for some sort of publication.

Titus: Four stars. Dear Titus, Because I love you as a son, I left you in Crete, even though we both know Cretans are worthless idiots--so much so that their name will become an insult that only the overeducated will ever use properly.

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Also, I've given you the task of telling everyone how they should act, which should make you incredibly popular. Love and hugs, Paul. Philemon: Three stars.

I think this is the shortest book in the Bible being only half a page long and I have no real idea why it's in there, because it's mainly about how cool Philemon is and how he should take care of this Onesimus guy that Paul has picked up along the way. I mean, perhaps it's a lesson in friendship, or maybe guardianship, or something, but it's kind of Hebrews: Four stars. A slow start, but then, I'm not the intended audience. This is the letter in which all is explained to the Jews why this one Jewish Dude is cooler than all other Jewish dudes, and here are the fundamental bits of practice you need to know now.

Not being Jewish and already knowing most of the fundamental bits, it was a tad tedious at first, but it's good to see a lot of the "rules" in one place, clearly explained. James: Four stars.

This letter can feel a little restricting sometimes, but that's probably an indication that it's doing its job. There are some great passages on what faith is, what to do when the world sucks, and why one should be mindful of one's speech in this one.

Oh Peter, I want you to be cooler than Paul, and then this! The team translating the Deuterocanonicals includes Bernard A. Taylor, David A. The ESV has been used as the text of a number of study Bibles , including:. Mark L. Strauss , in a paper presented at the annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society , criticized the ESV for using dated language and stated it is unsuited for mainstream use.

ESV translator William D. Mounce has called these arguments against the ESV ad hominem. Criticism has arisen in the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod , which uses the ESV as its official translation, that its frequent translation of the Hebrew word mishpatim "judgements" or "decrees" as "rules" is not only an impoverished translation of a very rich word, but also somewhat legalistic.

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November Learn how and when to remove this template message. Genesis 1: In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. The earth was without form and void, and darkness was over the face of the deep.

And the Spirit of God was hovering over the face of the waters. And God said, "Let there be light," and there was light.For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. Only six chapters, and it's another Paul-as-a-person letter. Great book. Can they help you today? Not cool to switch all the time, guys.

Does anyone know of a good resource for printable books of the bible, particularly the ESV? By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Mark: Five stars.

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