Also promoted is a 'Christocentric' hermeneutic…which I still don't quite get. Why not use a Theocentric hermeneutic, or what about a literal grammatical historical one? Some of the sections in the Bible, like some of the historical narratives, or some of the genealogies, just point to concepts of God's sovereignty rather than God's plan of salvation. Some just show human depravity like Judges 19. I just don't see a Biblical case for a Christocentric Hermeneutic.
Okay, moving on from the beginning essays, all this Bible has are rather short introductions to each book of the Bible, and a cross reference column down the center of each page of the Scriptures. The introductory notes didn't strike me as very profound but they did include short lists of commentaries for further reading on whichever book of the Bible you're studying. At the back of the Bible is a Concordance.
This Study Bible doesn't strike me as even remotely as great as several of the promotion reviews on the cover make it out to be.
I received a free copy of this book from the Booklook Blogger Program(My review did not have to be favorable)