The Study Bible

The Study Bible

By Grace To You

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2015-07-07
  • Current Version: 2.0.7
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 126.23 MB
  • Developer: Grace To You
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 5
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Description

The Study Bible gives you a wealth of resources from John MacArthur and Grace to You to help you understand and apply God’s Word. Featuring the English Standard Version (ESV), the New American Standard (NAS), and the King James Version (KJV) texts of Scripture, you have immediate access to Grace to You’s sermon archive, featuring more than forty-five years of John’s Bible teaching (well over 3,000 full-length messages) covering the entire New Testament and portions of the Old. With The Study Bible you can: - Read or listen to Scripture in ESV, NAS, or KJV - Show or hide verse numbers for a great reading experience - Hear John MacArthur answer Bible questions - Highlight Bible passages, add your own study notes, and bookmark verses - Synchronize personal data across multiple devices - Read study guides, articles, and three of John's daily devotionals - Follow the MacArthur Daily Bible to read the Bible in a year with note that explain each day's reading With the in-app purchase of the notes from The MacArthur Study Bible, you’ll have access to nearly 25,000 detailed comments by John MacArthur that explain virtually every passage in the Bible. Along with the notes are dozens of articles, charts, maps, introductions to each book of the Bible, and more.

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Reviews

  • It’s very good, but it could be so much better

    3
    By argodelmar
    The user interface is somewhat disjointed and cumbersome. Key features are available in some areas, yet in others they are missing. Features like font size adjustments under the reference section. Footnotes are too prominent and should be adjustable as well.All in all, its worth the money.
  • Good

    5
    By Young, E
    Although the notes are a paid service, the Bible itself is a wonderful thing and deserves 5 stars. This study bible app, however, does make it more visually appealing
  • God

    5
    By Kiara Pate
    I live the Bible
  • Expertly crafted

    5
    By 6448292
    The daily reading assignments in Pastor Macarthur's bible app combine Old Testament with New Testament scriptures. Somehow what you read in the Old Testament complements what you read in the new. I think it's a wonderful way to understand what the life of a new believer should be about in the present, the faith they should have in God, and the historical origins of God's relationship to man and eventually His chosen people. And you get to complete the Bible in a year.
  • MacArthur Study Bible

    5
    By lftecclesia
    Thorough. Straightforward. Honest. Pensive where required. Superb use of references under the concept of “let the Bible speak for and explain itself”. Plus, JMs penchant and ability to research is VERY helpful. He has the time and resources to do so that most of us don’t.
  • Bug Report - Search Feature Lockup

    5
    By Spencer Yates
    Love the Study Bible app. Couldn’t find a place to submit bugs. When I click on the magnifying glass to search scripture, my iPad 7th gen locks up. I have force terminate the app and restart it. Search feature is not working. Let me know if there’s a better place to submit bugs and issues.
  • Aweskme

    5
    By rjmyers
    This app is awesome especially the sermon notes and the cross reference material
  • Excellent Study Bible

    5
    By Markus4Star
    I use it for the linked notes and explanations and also for the sermons. Fantastic
  • yes please

    5
    By gakupies
    beautiful app
  • Pay for notes

    1
    By Lemon taffy
    The first tab of this app is a purchase for notes. Why would I ever have to pay to learn about the bible? That’s hypocritical, and the notes may not even be true to the bible. I really have to pay to even try to discern these teachings? It’s probably for the best, I will continue to study at my bible study, but the notes would have been interesting to read.

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