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Great bible, but it could be more comprehensive. April 22, 2012
I love this bible. It's my main bible for Church and home study due to its user-friendly notes and large print. However, I wish there were more doctrinal notes and more history explained. It isn't as comprehensive as the Dake Annotated Reference Bible, for example. The Dake has way more information. The downside is, though, that the Dake isn't near as user friendly and the print isn't nearly as large as what is found in the King James Study Bible. All and all, the King James study Bible is wonderful, I just wish it was more comprehensive like the Dake while still keeping its user friendly style and large print.
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The most comprehensive King James Version study Bible published in 50 years. The King James Study Bible has more than 2,000 pages packed with thousands of notes and commentaries from respected conservative scholars. More than 5,700 annotations in a unique format offer a broad understanding of the Bible and how it relates to the world we live in today.
Comprehensive introductions and outlines for each Book of the Bible
Center-column references with explanations of difficult terms
Words of Jesus in red
Articles and indexes on how to study the Bible, God's answers to man's concerns, the teachings and fulfilled prophecies of Christ, biblical personality profiles, and archaeological notes
Harmony of the Gospels
48 in-text maps and 8 pages of full-color maps
Index to annotations
Type size: 11 point
Part of the Signature Series line of Thomas Nelson Bibles
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