The New Inductive Study Bible, NASB

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Every feature of The New Inductive Study Bible is designed to help you gain a more intimate understanding of God and His Word. With the help of clear, easy-to-use instructions, you'll discover how to mine the treasures of Scripture in a way so personal, so memorable that every insight you discover can be yours for life.

This study Bible, the only one based entirely on the inductive study approach and unique among study Bibles, provides you with the tools for observing what the ...

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Overview

Every feature of The New Inductive Study Bible is designed to help you gain a more intimate understanding of God and His Word. With the help of clear, easy-to-use instructions, you'll discover how to mine the treasures of Scripture in a way so personal, so memorable that every insight you discover can be yours for life.

This study Bible, the only one based entirely on the inductive study approach and unique among study Bibles, provides you with the tools for observing what the text says, interpreting what it means, and applying it to your life.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780736928014
  • Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
  • Publication date: 8/1/2013
  • Sales rank: 148,148
  • Product dimensions: 6.40 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 2.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Precept Ministries International was founded by Jack and Kay Arthur in 1970, and their son, David Arthur, serves as CEO. Kay is a four-time Gold Medallion award-winning author, member of the NRB Hall of Fame, and beloved international Bible teacher. Precept Ministries International developed The New Inductive Study Bible and is committed to equipping believers with inductive Bible study tools and training so they can understand God's Word and make it a real part of their lives.

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Table of Contents

Foreward--Updated New American Standard Bible
Welcome to The New Inductive Study Bible
The Books of the Bible
How to Use The New Inductive Study Bible
How to Use the Inductive Study Approach
Observation--Discover What It Says!
The Marking Approach--Sample A
The Marking Approach--Sample B
The AT A GLANCE Charts--Sample C
The AT A GLANCE Charts--Sample D
A System for Marking Key Words Throughout Your Bible
Interpretation--Discover What It Means!
Application--Discover How It Works!
Getting Started
The Spiritual Life of Israel Comparative Timetable of History
The Tabernacle
Solomon's Temple
Herod's Temple at the Time of Jesus
The Temple Mount at the Time of Jesus
The History of Israel--Adam to Modern Times
Bible Study Helps
Understanding the Value of God's Word
Major Events in Israel's History
Historical and Grammatical Helps
The Ark of the Covenant
Understanding Gnosticism
Guidelines for Interpreting Predictive Prophecy
Figures of Speech
Laws of Composition
Tense, Voice, and Mood of Greek Verbs
Read Through the Bible in One Year
Three-Year Bible Study Plan
A Harmony of the Gospels
Indexes to Charts, Maps, and Illustrations
Historical Charts
Topical Study Charts
Maps
Illustrations
Index to Color Maps
Concordance
Color Maps
Modern Boundaries of Bible Lands
The Settlements of the Descendants of Shem, Ham, and Japheth
The Ancient and Modern Sites of the Exodus
Ezekiel's Vision of the Promised Land
Israel's Territories: Ancient and Modern
The Relationship of Ancient Empires to Modern Nations
Development of Modern Israel
The Old Testament
Genesis (Bereishis)
Exodus (Shemos)
Leviticus (Vayikra)
Numbers (Bamidbar)
Deuteronomy (Devarim)
Joshua (Yehoshua)
Judges (Shofetim)
Ruth (Rut)
1 Samuel (Shemu'el Aleph)
2 Samuel (Shemu'el Bet)
1 Kings (Melakhim Aleph)
2 Kings (Melakhim Bet)
1 Chronicles (Divre Hayyamim Aleph)
2 Chronicles (Divre Hayyamim Bet)
Ezra ('Ezra)
Nehemiah (Nehemya)
Esther (Ester)
Job (Iyyov)
Psalms (Tehillim)
Proverbs (Mishle)
Ecclesiastes (Qohelet)
Song of Solomon (Shir Hashshirim)
Isaiah (Yesha' yahu)
Jeremiah (Yirmeyahu)
Lamentations (Ezkha)
Ezekiel (Yehezquel)
Daniel (Daniyyel)
Hosea (Hoshea)
Joel (Yo'el)
Amos ('Amos)
Obadiah ('Ovadya)
Jonah (Yona)
Micah (Mikha)
Nahum (Nahum)
Habakkuk (Havaqquq)
Zephaniah (Zefanya)
Haggai (Haggay)
Zechariah (Zekharya)
Malachi (Mal'akhi)
The New Testament
Matthew
Mark
Luke
John
Acts
Romans
1 Corinthians
2 Corinthians
Galatians
Ephesians
Philippians
Colossians
1 Thessalonians
2 Thessalonians
1 Timothy
2 Timothy
Titus
Philemon
Hebrews
James
1 Peter
2 Peter
1 John
2 John
3 John
Jude
Revelation
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2003

    THE best Bible out there!!!!!!!

    Definitely the BEST of the best in Bibles. Not only is it in the NASB (the most literal word-for-word English translation available)but it comes fully equipped to teach you how to study the Bible for yourself- how to let Scripture interpret scripture (vs some "scholar" telling you what a passage means). If you apply the method taught within it's pages you will be astounded at how much you will get out of your Bible study time!! Honestly!! Since someone turned me on to this Bible and this way of study I have grown leaps and bounds in my knowlege of scripture and of God. I can't recommend it highly enough (can you tell??? :) )

    6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 27, 2009

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    A Very Unique Study Bible.

    About the Binding & Cover
    This edition is made from high quality Genuine leather, with a Smythe sewn binding. The cover has a rich leathery feel, rich color and well defined grain. Bibles covered in Genuine leather are very durability and will last for many years. Genuine leather is made from the remaining layers after the top layer has been removed, at that point it has a suede surface which is then refinished to add grain and texture. Genuine leather can be refinished in many textures from fine grain to crocodile skin. This edition lays flat while you are reading because of its high quality Smythe sewn binding. Smythe sewn binding is considered the highest quality binding, the pages are sewn and glued to the spine of the Bible. The benefits are a long lasting Bible that can be read and reread for years without falling apart. Books with Smythe sewn binding will stand up to more abuse than regular glued binding, and can be read on a flat surface. For these reasons many textbooks, picture books and Bibles that are designed to stand the tests of time use Smythe sewn binding. Smythe sewn book printing and binding gets its name from its inventor, an Irish-American named David McConnell Smythe (1833-1807). A pioneer of modern day bookbinding, Smythe took a bold leap forward over the centuries old methods of binding by producing the first technology and methods for sewing book pages to the spine to create a book of superior quality and appearance. Smythe-sewn Bibles are durable, but they may be heavier and less flexible than glued Bibles. That said if you want the best, then you want Smythe sewn binding. Size: 9.5 X 6.5 X 2.25 (inches)

    What's inside?
    The text of this edition is 9.5 pt, which is clear and easy to read. The layout of this Bible is single column format, black letter edition, with blank paragraph/subject headings so that you can write your own subject headings. This new edition contains many special and revised features: a 32-page guide to carrying out the steps of observation, interpretation, and application, full-color pages with step-by-step instructions and overviews for every book of the Bible, individualized instructions and overviews every book of the Bible, Wide margins for note taking, 24 pages of full-color charts historical time-lines and maps, dozens of unique study helps including a comprehensive history of Israel, cross-references, and concordance. This Bible is printed on high quality paper, because of the thinness of the paper I recommend using Sakura Pigma Micron Pens and Crayola Color Pencils for highlighting. The margins are 1 1/4"" along the outside of the pages. This edition has a burgundy ribbon marker, the pages are edged with gold which looks elegant with the burgundy cover.

    My Personal Opinion
    The NISB is one of the most interactive study Bibles I have ever seen. This Bible teaches you how to observe, interpret, and apply scripture through careful observation. This is a very unique and useful study Bible. The NISB is available in Hardcover, Bonded Leather and Genuine Leather editions

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 1, 2004

    Inductive with a catch

    This is a fantastic idea. I love the wide margins, and the single column and the refrences in the binding. I wish other Bible publishers would adopt this format. Unfortunately the Bible is not truly a 'blank slate' it is a sales pitch for futurist prophetic understanding. There is a chart in the book of Daniel, which is not true to the text of Daniel 2. I wish they had left that out, as it is a lead in to a particular an unusual view of prophecy.

    3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 19, 2003

    Superbly Presented Study Bible. Every Home Should Have One !

    Everything about this product exudes quality. From the cover, binding, paper and presentation, everything radiates excellence. I have many 'study Bibles', each of which I value on it's own merits and each providing individual characteristics which I find helpful in my studies of Scripture. Yet few, if any match this one on an overall basis. Although a relative stranger to the Updated New American Standard Translation, it is 'growing on me' and I have been warmly surprised with it's accuracy in a number of areas. Most of my previous experience being among the NIV, KJV and NKJV translations. The text here is very clear, relatively large and extremely easy to read, It is presented in what is best described as a 'single column text'. The latter is a rare feature but in my experience it makes reference to the Scriptures far easier and facilitates study and reading. Alongside the text are some of the best margins that I have come across. The margins measuring approximately 1 3/4', are located on the outside of each page. Ideal for making personal notes and references. Each book of the Bible has it's own introduction and study guide amongst other references/features. A thorough concordance and 'Helps' section are also included. There is even a section with advice on how to approach the interpretation of Biblical prophecy, as well as an outline on how to read through the entire Bible in one year. The colourful maps are plentiful and accurate in their historical reference. Up-to-date maps pertaining to the current time are also provided. It is so refreshing to see the correct terminology used on the maps. Gone are the inaccurate quotations of 'Palestine in the time of Christ' etc., which are frequently used in some versions. (Palestine not existing at the `time of Christ' and only coming into fruition following the Roman changing of the Jewish nation's name into Syria Palestina around AD135. This eventually becoming 'anglicised' into Palestine) A chronological history of the Jewish people and the nation of Israel is also provided, together with a study on the Tabernacle and the two Jewish Temples. The coloured graphics are superb. Numerous blank pages are also provided for your personal notes etc.. A section is also devoted to the 'Major Events In Israel's History' with a time-line stemming from Adam/Abraham, the Exodus to the Birth Of Christ & the Destruction of Jerusalem (AD70 & AD132), including the renaming of Jerusalem to Aelia Capitolina by the occupying Roman forces etc.. Also covered are the occupations of the Holy Land by the Romans, Byzantines, Crusaders, Ayyubids, Mamluks, Muslims, Ottomans and the British. The British Mandate and the Arab-Israeli conflicts of the modern era are also mentioned together with a reference to the ongoing `peace process'. Appropriately there are no political observations, just relevant comments on these events and appropriate Scriptural references. There is no 'Replacement Theology' in this excellent presentation, just Scriptural accuracy showing the true place of both the Jewish People and the Christian Church in God's Purposes & Plans. Although initially provided for use with the 'inductive study system', (which is clearly outlined/described), I do not use that particular system, preferring to use this Bible as per my own personal method of study. Another reviewer has described this as perhaps 'the last study Bible you'll ever need'. It will certainly take some beating ! Highly recommended.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 5, 2010

    A great study Bible

    This bible is great for getting into the word. I would highly recommend it.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 11, 2012

    Highly Recommended

    Great Bible study

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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