The Logos Bible is a study Bible published in 1972 by Logos International. edited by Bible scholar Harold E. Monser.
The Logos Bible
Summary of The Logos Bible
The Logos International Study Bible is a study Bible published in 1972 by Logos International, and edited by Bible scholar Harold E. Monser.
The Logos Bible is based on the 1901 American Standard Version (ASV) translation of the Bible, which has been called “The Rock of Biblical Honesty” by Bible scholars. This study Bible is unusual in many regards:
Breadth of intended audience – the Logos Bible has been recommended for beginners, teachers, Bible scholars and students.
Cross-references – the over 100,000 cross-references are significantly more than many study Bibles
Topical analyses – the Logos Bible includes a large number of topical articles, spread throughout the text
Variorum readings by over 150 world-recognized scholars
The editors displayed an unusual amount of care to avoid any bias or appearance of bias in their choice of readings, explicitly including the commentaries of recognized experts from streams of Biblical scholarship with which the editors personally disagreed.
Although the Logos Bible has consistently been highly regarded among Bible students and scholars, no further editions were published. The company itself failed not many years after publication.
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