Many study Bibles are available today. The new Remnant Study Bible, however, is unique in ways that set it apart from all others. For example, in the list below, you’ll notice that for the first time ever, this Bible combines special comments by E. G. White with the text of the New King James Version. In addition, this Bible is replete with a full array of Bible study aids, including a complete set of Chain Reference Bible Studies, a section on Prophetic Symbols, and sections on the prophecies of Daniel and on the Bible’s teaching about the Sanctuary.
Of course, this Bible also includes what any good study Bible offers, such as book introductions and outlines, an extensive concordance, an abundance of cross-references, and wide margins for personal notes. No other study Bible offers more features for personal Bible study—and for sharing with others—than does The Remnant Study Bible.
- E. G. White Comments (first time ever in the New King James Version)
- Bible Chain References for Bible Studies
- Approximately 45,000 Scripture Cross References
- Red-letter Edition
- Book Introductions and Outlines
- Chapter Subtitles
- Parables and Miracles of Jesus
- Color Images of the Sanctuary, Prophetic Symbols, and Maps
- E. G. White’s Companion Guide
- Read the Bible in a Year Guide
- Wide Margins for Notes
- 2 Ribbon Markers
- High-quality Smyth Sewn Binding
Font Size is approximately 9 pt.
Better than expected
I love it, I think that it is the best Bible I have ever owned and well constructed too. Well worth the price.
Best Adventist Study Bible!
This is the Bible I take to church, Bible study meetings, private devotions, write notes, take to seminars, etc. About 3-4 years ago I started reading the Bible in earnest. Therefore, I went out and purchased a high quality Bible to read and mark up, add comments and reference to the point I could easily find any topic. What I really liked about my first Bible were all the blank pages in the back where I could include my own notes. It also came with a lot of interdenominational commentary notes which were very helpful at times. However, often I wanted to know what Ellen White had written on the subject, so needed to be near my library to research the topic. When I found this "Remnant Study" Bible at about 8 months ago, I knew it would be a great asset. It has now replaced my original study Bible, in spite of all my personal note taking, cross referencing and highlighting. Now whenever I go to Bible study or Sabbath School and we are reading/discussing certain texts, everyone asks me to read what comments are written in the Remnant Bible. In spite of all the study notes I have in my first Bible, this has replaced it as my primary Bible and I have willingly started over marking it up. I would highly recommend it to anyone who has studied the Bible and read Ellen White enough to conclude she is a modern day prophet and her writings are never contrary to the Bible, but rather shed additional light.