For the fourth installment of this series of posts on study Bibles, I want to offer some tips regarding selecting a study Bible.
I suppose there are more study Bibles available for purchase than probably any other time in history. If you are interested in getting a study Bible, do your homework before investing. Ask yourself important questions like: What is my purpose for getting a study Bible? Is it to help me understand my Bible as I do my daily Bible reading? Is it to help me prepare for teaching the Bible to my children? Is it for helping prepare a Bible lesson for church? Is it to help me have answers for my skeptical friends? Answering these kinds of questions will help you narrow down the selection available.