The UPS Man is My Hero

I now have the ESV Study Bible in my hands and will be using it in a matter of seconds.

It smells wonderful.  And the content is good, too.

3 thoughts on “The UPS Man is My Hero

  1. Yes, I agree it smells wonderful!

    The bookstore I work for, Scripture Truth Book Co. will have the ESV Study Bible available starting tomorrow, Oct. 15th for the following prices:

    ESV Study Hardcover- $32.99
    ESV Study Tru Tone Brown- $52.49
    ESV Study Gen Black- $62.99

    Our shipping rates are very reasonable. No more than $4-6 dollars, depending upon the price.

    I’ve been waiting for over a year for this bible. I was able to review a copy yesterday and I thoroughly enjoy it! I got the Tru-Tone Natural Brown and I must say, it’s a beautiful Bible!

    I’ve used the ESV Reformation Bible since it came out. This new ESV Study Bible is different enough to make a good companion.

    Chris Griffith


  2. The ESV Study Bible has also made its way to Australia, and the exchange-rate makes it look considerably more expensive than you guys are paying (thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s currency…). Hardcover’s around the $70 mark, TruTone at the $90 mark and the leather somewhat higher than that. I ended up with the black TruTone. It feels great, smells great if you got the leather or hardcover (TruTone never wins a smell-o-war), and has brilliant content. The notes for Esther were set by one of my lecturers, Barry Webb. It turns out nobody on the Moore faculty seemed to know that he’d been beavering away on this side project…
    Really good Bible, great notes. Why can’t Crossway get access to the same stuff Zondervan use for their DuoTone, by the way? Better material…


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