Ditto Chris Dickason's review below! My late father (who lived to 103) as a vice chairman and elder used a more recent edition over 50 years ago! Many insights and commentaries dealing with the Bible are timeless - accepted meeting procedures do evolve, and could even have legal ramifications! It is most frustrating that Faithlife has exhibited a tendency to negotiate contracts with outdated or superseded works (e.g. a very old edition of the true Encyclopedia Britannica) in order to offer them. What is worse, they fail to clearly indicate that more recent editions are available in print form, or even as e-books! It is left for the users to make this discovery. Thus, when ordering a resource, one must never assume it is the most recent, current version or edition of the material. To me, this suggests a deliberate oversight for marketing purposes, and a rather poor testimony. Sadly, Caveat Emptor.