While I'm on the topic of Bibles, I thought I'd offer recommendations for two that I've found to be very useful in helping me understand some of the topics associated with Christian Apologetics.
The first one is called the Apologetics Study Bible, and it's the primary Bible I use every week. It contains dozens of excellent essays on a wide range of topics related to the Christian Worldview. Additionally, the study notes focus on information related to Christian Apologetics so that the reader is equipped to handle the difficult sorts of questions being asked of us by the non-believing (and, many times, the believing) world.
The second Bible I recommend is called the Archaeological Study Bible. This Biblical resource offers extensive archaeological information about Biblical events and locations, showing how the Bible is being continually validated by archaeological research. It contains numerous maps, articles, and extensive study notes.
These two resources are both excellent sources of information, and since I've been focusing on reading lists lately I thought I would go ahead and offer these two recommendations for your personal libraries.
Posted on Wed, January 6, 2010