ESV Student Study Bible®

TruTone®, Nubuck Caramel, Wildflower Design

Robust Study Bible for High School and College Students 

The ESV Student Study Bible is adapted from the ESV Study Bible and is ideally suited for students who are serious about God’s Word—who want to learn more about what the Bible teaches and how the Bible applies to all of life. 

With 12,000 clear, concise study notes, the ESV Student Study Bible provides numerous other features—including nearly 900 “Did You Know?” facts, 120 Bible character profiles, and 10 topical articles. It also features a glossary of key terms, more than 80 maps and illustrations, an extensive concordance, and 80,000 cross-references. These and many other features make it the most comprehensive and content-rich student Bible available today. 

  • Written for Students: Perfect for high school and college students who want to learn more about the Bible and how it applies to all of life
  • Robust Study Resources: Introductions and timelines for each Bible book, maps and illustrations, “Did You Know” facts, Bible character profiles, and cross-references
  • 20,000 Study Notes: Accessible study notes on every page help students dive deeper into Scripture 
  • High-Quality Production: Features a smyth-sewn binding, lifetime guarantee, and sturdy slipcase packaging 
  • Winner of the ECPA Book of the Year Award for Bibles

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Product Details

Format: TruTone
Type Size: 8.00
Page Layout: Double Column
Page Count: 1,856
Size: 5.375 in x 8.25 in
Weight: 34.8 ounces
ISBN-10: 1-4335-9825-6
ISBN-13: 978-1-4335-9825-8
ISBN-UPC: 9781433598258
Case Quantity: 12
Published: January 30, 2025

Endorsements

"Presents a wealth of details about the Bible in a sharp, simple, contemporary format that helps students understand the saving message of Scripture and apply it to daily life."
Philip Graham Ryken, President, Wheaton College

"This is more than just a resource. It’s a boot camp in print, preparing students to wield the sword of the Spirit against the powers of this present darkness."
Russell Moore, Editor in Chief, Christianity Today