Diversity of scholarship describes the essay and study note
contributors to the HCSB Study Bible.
Each contributor is an expert in their respective field of
study. Contributors include presidents, provosts, pastors, professors and
Three feature length articles focus on How to Read and Study
the Bible; Origin, Transmission and Canonization of the New Testament Books;
and Origin, Transmission, and Canonization of the Old Testament Books.
Additional essays – many of which are unique in the study
Bible setting – include apologetics, theology, civil rights, missions, gender
issues and church life.
The study notes are designed to set historical and canonical
context, as well as approach issues with balance – again, why we believe that
diversity of scholarship is crucial to a study Bible.
You’ll find contributors from churches, church entities, seminaries,
colleges and universities represented here – each with their respective biography
and educational background.