While most Bibles work for men or women, there are Bibles that appeal more to one or the other. The types of Bibles we’ll look at here include Men’s Study Bibles and Reading Bibles for Men. We will not only look at Bibles specifically for men, we will look at best selling Bibles and translations because of their proven appeal. These 8 Best Men’s Study Bibles represent a variety of Bibles and help to find exactly what you need.
Why are these the best bibles for women? Some are best-sellers and others are translations that are best sellers. Journaling/Coloring Bibles are a relatively new item and the ones featured here are the best of what is available. In the category of Compact Bibles, there are so many that I chose some that were affordable and reliable translations – best-selling translations. It is wonderful that there are so many great Bibles for women that I couldn’t include all of them here!
hildren are an amazing asset for parents and children. A Bible is a simple tool adults can use to teach valuable lessons and to discover the treasures of the Word of God with their kids! Most are affordable and all are beneficial. You can purchase a children’s bible or a Bible storybook. You know your child and what they like so I will present a variety of each type of Bible/Storybook for children along with some study helps for older kids and some things for Tweens and Teens. Bibles for children are a special gift because what they learn lasts for a lifetime.
According to Bible.com there are over 2,089 versions of the Bible in 1, 426 languages. Wikipedia states that there are more than 450 English translations of the Bible and BibleGateway has a list of over 50. With so many Bible translations available, how do you know which one to choose? In order to help find the best one for you, we will look at the types of translations, and provide some helpful ideas to guide you to the version or translations that is best for you.
You might be asking yourself why you should study as opposed to just reading. The short answer is – you don’t have to if you don’t want to. However, reading the Bible is not like reading any other book. Why? Find the answers here.