The people behind the ESV of the Bible are releasing a new study Bible later this year, heres what Mark Driscoll makes of it:
To test my hypothesis, I showed the confidential proofs to some of our newly converted, well-tattooed indie rockers and they reported that it looked “filthy” and “sick”—for those of you who wear khaki pleated pants and tuck in your shirt, this is a really good endorsement. So, thank you Crossway for the “filthy sick” ESV Study Bible.
I've never bought a study Bible before, probably because i'm a snob and a legalist, but this one looks irresistible!
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