This Bible’s theme is geared toward those who are teaching and preaching the Word, providing tools to help in better handling the Word of Truth. Each book of the Bible gives an overarching theme and also breaks down the structure or outline of the Book for better preparation in teaching it to others.
One thing I was a bit disappointed in was that there weren’t actual study notes with the Bible’s text, just book introductions and then cross-references included. So I wouldn’t necessarily call it a study Bible per se. However, there are some great articles at the beginning for teachers to help in preparing. Even if you’re not a teacher, these articles are helpful for studying the Bible in greater depth. Some of the articles address determining the overarching theme of the book, how the Bible text relates to theology, and preparing a text for a small group study or one-on-one meeting. It’s helpful to have these articles in the front of the Bible, rather than having to reference several other books for teaching helps while preparing to teach. Other than that, it’s another Bible with cross-references and a concordance.
*I received a copy of this Bible free from the publisher through Booklook Bloggers review program in exchange for my review.