There are many Bibles available today. Some of the most popular Bibles include: New International Version (NIV), King James Version (KJV), New King James Version (NKJV), New Living Translation (NLT), English Standard Version (ESV), and New American Standard (NAS). While all these Bibles offer insights into our Father’s Word, no Bible offers the level of understanding found in the Restoration Study Bible (RSB). If you desire a a Sacred Name Bible that answers the hard questions, then the RSB is for you. This attractive resource offers insight and clarity found nowhere else. It is the result of 150 years of in-depth study spanning three generations. The Restoration Study Bible examines the source languages behind the English text to reveal original meanings.
In addition to restoring the sacred names Yahweh and Yahshua, this unique sacred name Bible has in-depth book introductions, genealogical section for important life events, thousands of eye-opening study notes, cross references, instructional charts, a topical reference, Strong’s numbering and the Strong’s Hebrew and Greek dictionaries.
It answers such questions as:
- What is the Name of our Father in heaven and why is it important to New Testament Faith?
- Did Paul really teach that obedience was no longer necessary?
- What was the meaning of Peter’s vision in Acts 10?
- How did Sodom and Gomorrah suffer the example of eternal fire?
- What is the meaning and impact of the four horsemen of the Apocalypse?
With all that it offers, we pray this insightful sacred name Bible will be your Bible of choice for in-depth research and learning. You no longer need to rely only on what “scholars” say — now there is a Bible that clearly proves the answers to these and hundreds of other perplexing issues that have troubled Bible students for centuries. It is a library in one volume.
Why the King James Version and Strong’s?
The RSB is based on the King James Version (KJV). The KJV was chosen partly because of its universal use and acceptance. Along with Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance numbers in the text, we have included the Strong’s Hebrew and Greek dictionaries without alteration or modification at the back of this volume in which to reference those numbers. Each number identifies the word in Hebrew (Old Testament) and Greek (New Testament) from which the English words are translated. Many scholarly Hebrew and Greek lexicons and dictionaries employ Strong’s reference numbers for the King James Version (e.g., The New Brown-Driver-Briggs-Gesenius Hebrew and English Lexicon of the Old Testament, The New Englishman’s Hebrew Concordance, The New Englishman’s Greek Concordance and Lexicon, The New Thayer’s Greek Lexicon, The Interlinear Greek-English New Testament, and Vine’s Complete Expository Dictionary). Making use of Strong’s predominant numbering system was one of the key considerations in choosing the KJV for the Restoration Study Bible.
Dimensions: 6in x 9in x 2.25 in thick | 152mm x 229mm x 57.15 mm thick
Cover Type: Soft leatherette covers
Cover Color: Brown
Text Size: 10 point
Page Count: approx. 2246