Many resources are available to read the Bible in chronological order. And, although it is interesting to read David’s psalms along with his life story, it sheds little light on God’s work in history.
The Chronological Study Bible from Thomas Nelson illuminates God’s story by placing the inspired Scripture in the context of the history of the world. God’s hand is seen, not just for those of the Judeo/Christian faiths, but for all of the humanity.
A timeline across the top of each page, cultural notes throughout, and transitional comments, along with the text being placed in historical order make this a true study Bible. In addition to in-text notes, there are over 200 pages of endnotes. Since this Bible is not arranged in the traditional order, the included index of Scripture passages is a plus I haven’t seen in other chronological Bibles.
With the sturdy hardcover and high-quality paper, this is a study Bible that will remain on my shelf for years of use.