ESV Classic Reference Bible - Crossway

ESV Classic Reference Bible

By Crossway

  • Release Date: 2001-10-31
  • Genre: Bibles
Score: 4
4
From 1,535 Ratings

Description

The ESV Classic Reference Bible combines the ESV Bible text with an extensive system of more than 80,000 cross-references in the center column on each page. With its readable type, color maps, and a major concordance, the Classic Reference Bible is the first choice for personal Bible reading and in-depth study.
Recently updated to ePub 3 format, this version offers improved navigation featuring pop-up windows for navigating between passages, as well as for viewing cross-references. 

Reviews

  • Red words

    2
    By Da LVN
    Words of Christ will not stay read under preferences
  • Loss of notes and highlights

    1
    By G Oro
    I see more than one person mentioned that they lost notes and highlights. Same with me. I had years of notes and highlights I made in the book, and a majority disappeared. I can’t pinpoint the loss to any date or any action on my part, but I know it has happened more than once. Some of my work is still in the notes section, but not visible on the actual page. And some pages have notes, but they do not belong on that page (for example, if I made a note on a page of Exodus, the note might appear somewhere in Ezekiel). Has anyone been able to figure this out? I have spoken with Apple multiple times, but just get a generic response that Engineering is looking into it. As I go on and continue to use this book (I write this review in Jun 2019) and make notes and highlights, my most current work displays as it should, but definitely lost stuff pre-Sep 2018, and more and more work (let’s say Sep 2018-Apr 2109) shows in the notes section, but not on the page it should. I give this review because I am wondering if the issue is this book, and maybe not the other possibilities I have discussed with Apple, ie iOS or iCloud. Any help appreciated. Would love the following: - if I could get my pre-2018 data back - if notes and highlights could display reliably and consistently on the right page - if this book were reliable moving forward
  • Simple translation

    5
    By Robert W Rogers
    An accurate, modern translation that stays true to the original language of the Bible. Also a great study Bible. Can’t go wrong with this book!
  • I love this book

    5
    By gamerbluetvvic
    It sets a good story about God
  • First Bible but bad interface

    3
    By Dan Dunmire
    My only complaint is the preferences page doesn’t actually save any of the preferences. When I select to return to the page I was on after making changes, I find none of the preferences I selected have actually taken hold.
  • I love it!!!

    5
    By Articrushluver
    It's the bible it deserves a five and nothing less!!
  • I'm confused.

    5
    By Catz4444
    This is a lovely Bible, but I've seen reviews say that it dose not mention Jesus' name. I have skimmed through the first five chapter of Matthew and I have seen his name mentioned at least nine times.
  • Bad Book 0/10 :(

    2
    By Joffrey le Oztrige of dooooom
    This book was just... odd. The story wasn't half bad and I really got attached to that Jesus fellow, but the book just seemed hateful. First, I saw the "benign" god kill way more people than the "evil" Satan. Second it seemed like the whole book was one "don't do this" after another. It seems like God had surprisingly little tolerance for being a protagonist.
  • Yas

    5
    By Jacob fitz 2266
    This book is great YAS Queen love Jesus boo yas this book is facts love this book it's fabulous -homo
  • Bible, English Standard Version (ESV)

    5
    By Disappointed (2)
    I have used this iBook for several months and find the functions very useful. It is quick and easy to refer to cross-references, easy to highlight and add notes. Easy to mark locations for future reference. Also an excellent translation. I also accidentally discovered maps at the very end of the book, following the concordance. The maps are not listed in the table of contents. I suggest you identify the maps in the TOC so users will be aware of them and to also speed navigation to their location.