Does Macarthur's dispensationalism so poison his study bible so to make it trash? How can one tell what is useful and not? It seems that the dispensationalism influences everything even if so subtly. I believe it is too difficult to discern what is good and bad so probably better just to discount it. Also, I know he changed his view from Christ's incarnational sonship to the biblical view of eternal sonship. However, he didn't change the notes in the Macarthur Study Bible to reflect this. Look at the notes for Hebrews 1:5 and Romans 1:4. So because of the cumulative effect of these two problems, is it a good idea to avoid the Macarthur Study Bible? Is there a study bible available that gets these two issues right? God bless.