Reformation Study Bible

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The Reformation Study Bible is a series of study Bibles published and distributed by Ligonier Ministries. The most recent version to have been published is the English Standard Version. As with its predecessors, the RSB (ESV) remains under the supervision of R. C. Sproul, its general editor.

The RSB was first begun in 1988 as an attempt to create a modern Geneva Bible with study notes done in the Reformed tradition. The New International Version was to be used. However when the publishing was taken over by Thomas Nelson, the translation was switched to the New King James Version. In 1995 the New Geneva Study Bible was released; the name was changed in 1998 to The Reformation Study Bible. In 2005, the Bible version used was changed to the English Standard Version.

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