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  • Posted June 16, 2009

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    A bible fit your your man-cave, and your man.

    Let's face it. As men, a person wanting our attention is better served talking in short sentences, bullet points, and even showing us pictures of a sporting event that illustrates a message rather than initiating a 10 minute discussion. It's not that we're dull, but God has wired men differently than women. We just think differently. With this caricature in mind, I'm giving five stars to Tyndale's recently published Every Man's Bible. Here's why.

    The Every Man's Bible contains helps which meet the average man in the way we like to learn. Each chapter begins with an in depth outline, including headings like "The Breakdown" "Key Concepts" and "Verses Worth Memorizing." As a guy, these headlines focus my attention, and help me dig deeper into the text that I may have read many times before. Each book's first page contains a time line I can use to put the book in historical context. Another call-out box announces a simple declaration: "What is the Point of this Book?"

    I don't want to give the impression that Every Man's Bible is less than scholarly. The book's New Living Translation contains extensive footnotes, cross references, and in depth biographies of persons who are prominent and others who are, well, not so much. Each of these persons highlighted contain important lessons which apply to a man's life. The "Persons You Should Know" segment help the reader dig deeper into the text, unearthing pearls of great price.

    I could continue, describing contributions from teachers, preachers and authors from around the country, over 40 pages of topical study aides, complete indexing, and more. Rather, let me simply recommend this version of the bible for any man interested in personally moving deeper into God's Word. The tools are excellent, and slanted to connect with men thus catalyzing His transformational process.

    7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 20, 2010

    Study Bible

    Good study bible geared toward men. Talks about common men issues and what the Bible says about them. Also has the Bible along with author notes about the passages. Perfect study Bible for me, I'd recommend it to my friends!

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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