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More Resources for Individual Bible Study

  The New Revised Standard (NRSV) Bible is the translation that we have in our pews and is the most ecumenical translation (Presbyterians, Methodists, Catholics, Epsicopalians, Lutherans, Baptists and others helped translate it).
The very helpful NRSV Bible web site makes it easy for finding a word, passage and more in the Bible.
The Text This Week has a wealth of online Bible studies, sermons, biblical art and more for worship planning, group and individual Bible studies.
The Limestone Presbyterian Church Library has popular Daily Study Bible commentaries on the New Testament by William Barclay, New Testament For Everyone series by N. T. "Tom" Wright and The New Interpreter’s Bible for in-depth study of the Bible.

Some Favorite Bibles and Other Books:
The Discipleship Study Bible: New Revised Standard Version Including Apocrypha (Westminster John Knox Press, 2008) provides three emphases in its helpful notes: a focus on discipleship that is based on the scholarship and inclusive language of the NRSV translation; a concentration on social justice — acts of Christian care and concern for all God's people and God's entire world; and a concentration on personal piety — Christian acts of personal response to Scripture.
The Green Bible (HarperCollins, 2008) is for those who care about creation.
Poverty & Justice Bible (American Bible Society, 2009, Contemporary English Version) helps show the clear and numerous biblical teachings about helping the poor and working for justice.
The People's New Testament Commentary by M. Eugene Boring and Fred B. Craddock (Westminster John Knox Press, 2004) is a wonderful single volume commentary.
Christian Doctrine by Shirley Guthrie (Westminster John Knox Press, 1994) was originally written for an adult Sunday School class and become a bestselling overview of the Christian beliefs.
A Christian Primer: The Prayer, the Creed, the Commandments by Albert Curry Winn (Westminster John Knox Press, 1990) is a very readable book filled with new insights in the pillars of the faith: The Lord's Prayer, The Apostles' Creed, and The Ten Commandments.
Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger: Moving from Affluence to Generosity by Ronald J. Sider (InterVarsity Press, 5th edition, 2005) is a challenging, inspiring classic on relating biblical teachings to global poverty.
The Kingdom of God is a Party: God's Radical Plan for His Family by Tony Campolo (Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1992) is a funny, inspiring book about the joy and happiness of being part of God's Kingdom.


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