NLT Study Bible

NLT Study Bible

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NLT Study Bible 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 59 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'll keep this review short and sweet, this is a truly amazing Bible. I was getting in a rut as far as my devotions and Bible reading were going, and I wanted to get a Bible that would be easier to read and understand. The NLT Study Bible is all that and more. The only negatives I have seen with it are the thin pages and small print, other than those minor issues the content itself is great. Not only do you get God's Word in an easy-to-understand translation, you also get notes on just about every verse, timelines, maps, book intros, and various study notes throughout. If you want to take a step forward in your relationship with Christ, this Bible definitely can't hurt.
cavrose1 More than 1 year ago
I already have various translations of the Bible but I wanted one for my Nook Color. This is much more then I thought it would be. So many helps, maps, and commentaries. So happy I bought this Bible.
Schmangy More than 1 year ago
While I love this bible as a hard back, it does not work on an iPad DOES NOT WORK ON IPAD. IT IS FINE ON MY NOOK.
Jtuganii More than 1 year ago
I bought this to use on my IPad and IPhone but each time I try to open it, the nook app closes. I reached customer service, but they weren't able to help at all. Apparently I'm stuck with a book I can't open. I have been unable to get customer service to respond since my intitial query over a month ago.
flmom More than 1 year ago
I enjoy this Bible, and having the freedom to find things quickly, get explanations and it is easy to search. I am reading with my 5-year old on the Nook, and it works great.
FrankTom More than 1 year ago
Does not open on the new iPad! Worked with BN USA call center. No resolution. Worked with Tyndale , no resolution. BN refunded cost of purchase. Per Tyndale, "we are working with BN to resolve problem." This has been a two month process without a resolution. Do not purchase!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It would have been great if it really worked but it freezed my Nook and was unable to navigate through. The print was not clearly visible on the edges. B & N refunded the purchase but do not even bother until improved.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This version makes reading the Bible a much more meaningful and enjoyable experience
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love the NLT Study Bible, but the ebook copy has formatting issues for those using a 7 inch ereader like Nook HD. All is great with the text but the links inserted in to the sides to profiles, maps, etc are squeezed in so that they are hard to read and in many cases overlap the Bible text. Changing the font to publisher default does not resolve this either. I am glad I tried sample before buying. It is sad that this formatting issue exists as this Bible translation and study tools are amazing.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very easy to navigate. Study helps very good and explain subjects in understandable language.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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PJtheEMT4 More than 1 year ago
As a blogger I have had the opportunity to review a number of bibles and bible translations. As a believer I read the bible because it is the word of God. The NLT translation by Tyndale is an easy to read and faithful version. The Tyndale themed bibles are a perfect outreach for larger audiences.The NKJV as well as other more literal translations- such as the KJV, NASB, NRSV and ESV tend to be overly literal to the point of being difficult to understand. This is especially evident in the Psalms, and other old testament books as well as the letters in the New Testament. The N LT is a more user friendly version for this themed bible would be more appropriate for today's readers. . The more literal translations are accurate and trustworthy- great for theologens and scholars and seminary students- in contrast to a paraphrase such the Message which is far, far less literal -to the point of being comedic. As far as a translations for the rest of us- who aren't theologens- as well as new believers, I believe there are perhaps better, more easy to read choices available between in the mid point of the translation spectrum. Sometimes I feel pride is an issue, and that there are some individuals in Church and elsewhere who simply feel smarter and more intelligent when they carry around a NKJV, KJV or ESV. This is nothing more than biblical snobbery. There are many who feel the NIV, the HCSB/ CSB, NLT and other such translations are beneath them. I used to feel that way until I did my own bible studies comparing the texts of passages side by side and saw for myself that modern translations do not obscure or change the meaning. In contrast, the modern translations are enlightening. Difficult to read versions such as the Old King James - though very well written and poetic- in a Shakespearian sort of way, do a disservice to the modern or new bible reader. The antique language is difficult for many in this day to understand on their own and makes it prohibitive for many to understand the truths of the bible. Having known many readers of the KJV, who do not even understand the meaning of what they read- indicates that this is not the best translation for those who really seek to know God's word. What is the point of a bible after all if you can not even undertsand it? For those new to the bible or for those who have a difficult to read translation such as the King James Version, who wish to read the bible and actually understand it, I would suggest one of the bible versions with more modern/ contemporary language. While the NKJV is relatively easy to read, it may present a challange to the literacy level of many modern adults. What really seems ironic is when the NKJV, ESV or KJV is printed as a children's bible! When I see this, I can only wonder what child on his or her own can actually read and get anything from it. This is a great diservice to a child- when a child is presented with a bible in archaic English in a tiny text font. I feel that publishers and even parents need to take time to consider visually what a child or teenager will understand when being presented with the bible. There are a number of very good youth bibles and study bibles full of colorful graphics such as the NLB themed study bible, and magazine style bibles in the NCV version which are sure to appeal to younger readers and new bible readers. The NIV and HCSB also have a number study and student bibles too.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoy this version of the bible to compliment my other versions for study and to read out loud to my kids however, I found entire pages missing from the ebook. For me, this is entirely unexceptable. I wouldn't buy a book off the shelf with pages missing. I also am concerned for the individual who has never read the bible and would not realize this error. It would be quite confusing.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well worth the cost. The hot links may cause you some aggravation so watch out. Keep up with the page you are on so you can get back to your place.
Anonymous 9 months ago
verg good book and great learning.
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Heidi Bafus More than 1 year ago
Love this Bible because it is easy to understand.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
goood
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
At first I was reluctant to trust the NLT because it is so easy to read I assumed it could not be that accurate. I have mostly used the KJV, and NASB for a literal version in my studies and mainly a NIV for a dynamic version although referring to the NET often. Although, when I started putting the NKJV, NIV, ESV, NLT side by side on my LOGOS bible program and reading all 4 as I go along I was quite surprised by starting to see the NLT is accurate, it is just saying it in a much easier to immediately understand without much thought or looking up the Greek or Hebrew original. Yes I am quite surprised. They have done an excellent job! The more I read it along side these other main versions of mine the more I consider making it my main version to my chagrin. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent resource
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have many versions of the Bible, and many commentaries but this is an easy "go to" book to enjoy reading God's word. My denomination supports the RSV for its accuracy  however, reading this version is enjoyable. The commentaries are also nicely done. I would recommend this Bible to anyone understanding that it is NOT a word for word translation. Also, I agree with others. I had hoped to carry my Bible with me on the iPad....too bad.
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izzyWB More than 1 year ago
Out standing bible to just read and it also a great bible to study the scriptures. Has many good references through out this Bible.