NLT Study Bible

Published: September 24th, 2008

As I mentioned before The New Living Translation Study Bible is eagerly awaited by many, and the first software editions are becoming available and can already be pre-ordered (for more details, see here, here and here). Laridian will be the first company to offer it in digital format, as far as I know, with Logos and WORDsearch following shortly afterwards (Update: Actually, the WORDsearch version is already available. See Comments for more details).

You can see this product comparison chart and decide which one is the best fit for you. After looking at some of the content, all I can say is that this is no ordinary study Bible. It will be interesting to compare it with the forthcoming ESV Study Bible and the NET Bible with Notes (my personal favorite to date) and NIV Study Bible already available.

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  1. 1. LaRosa Johnson
    September 24th, 2008 at 3:50 pm

    The WORDsearch version is already complete (has been for a while now) and is already available. The product page you linked to isn’t a pre-order page.


  2. 2. Joshua Tallent
    September 24th, 2008 at 4:23 pm

    Just to let you know, we have just released the NLT Study Bible in the CROSS format for WORDsearch (PC and Mac), Bible Explorer, and Bible Navigator. You can see a sample and purchase the book here:

  3. 3. Rubén Gómez
    September 24th, 2008 at 8:45 pm

    Thank you both (LaRosa and Joshua) for setting the record straight. Since one of the pages I linked to was a pre-order page, I thought the other was too. Sorry about that. I have now edited the blog entry to reflect that fact.

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