The NASB Tony Evans Study Bible arrives April 2023
Bestselling Study Bible now available in New American Standard Bible Edition
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Holman Bibles, a division of B&H Publishing, will release The NASB Tony Evans Study Bible on April 1, 2023. Dr. Tony Evans’ landmark study Bible has been embraced by hundreds of thousands of readers worldwide since its 2019 debut in the Christian Standard Bible (CSB) translation. This year’s new edition will feature the trusted text of the New American Standard Bible (NASB, 2020 edition), the translation Dr. Evans teaches from most often.
“We are honored to offer Dr. Evans’ popular study Bible alongside the NASB text,” says Andy McLean, Publisher for Holman Bibles. “Nearly 400,000 people have already embraced The CSB Tony Evans Study Bible and The Tony Evans Bible Commentary since their introduction almost four years ago. We look forward to expanding that kingdom impact with this new NASB edition as more and more people benefit from Dr. Evans’ notes and teaching.”
Dr. Tony Evans is one of the world’s most influential church leaders and has been faithful in his proclamation of the gospel for over fifty years. He is senior pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship (Dallas, TX) and founder of The Urban Alternative, a Christian Bible teaching and resource ministry.
The NASB is one of the most literal translations of the Bible, using a formal equivalence translation philosophy. This word-for-word translation method allows people to read, study, and teach with confidence. The NASB Tony Evans Study Bible offers the NASB text alongside study notes, commentary, sermons, and writings which are crafted and curated by Dr. Tony Evans. These special features guide readers into a deeper understanding of Scripture while inspiring them to live and share the values of the kingdom of God.
Special features include:
- Study notes from Dr. Evans’ sermons
- 150+ videos of Dr. Evans’ sermons, devotionals, and teaching
- 40 inspirational articles
- 50 Kingdom Living Lessons
- 60 Questions & Answers
- 140 Hope Words
- Theological & doctrinal charts
- Page-edge cross-reference system
- Elegant two-color design
- Two-column format
- Black-letter text, 9.75-point type size
- Topical subject headings
- Durable Smyth-sewn lay-flat binding
- Ribbon marker
- Bible reading plan
- Full-color maps
“The Tony Evans Study Bible came about because of a worldview called the kingdom agenda, which I define as the visible manifestation of the comprehensive rule of God over every area of life,” explains Dr. Evans. “I’m excited to have this study Bible available with the translation I teach from most often – the NASB.”
Holman Bibles will support the release of The NASB Tony Evans Study Bible with a Pastor Resources marketing campaign, influencer outreach campaigns, and targeted digital and print advertising.
Dr. Tony Evans is the founder and senior pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship (Dallas, TX), founder and president of The Urban Alternative, former chaplain of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks & the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys, as well as the author of over 125 books, booklets and Bible studies. The first African American to earn a doctorate of theology from Dallas Theological Seminary, Dr. Evans has been named one of the 12 Most Effective Preachers in the English-Speaking World by Baylor University. www.TonyEvans.org
Holman Bibles, the oldest Bible publisher in North America, is a division of B&H Publishing Group, an imprint of Lifeway Christian Resources. Lifeway is a non-profit publisher made up of people who are passionate about taking God’s Word to the world. Because we believe Every Word Matters™, we seek to provide intentional, Bible-centered content that positively impacts the hearts and minds of people, inspiring them to build a lifelong relationship with Jesus Christ. Holman Bibles publishes high quality Bibles and reference products that are trustworthy, accessible, and useful for the pursuit of lifelong discipleship.
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