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Great size but words to small. August 9, 2012
As a pastor I use a lot of bibles to study from and i enjoy smaller bibles i can take with me on the go, even in this technological age i like holding a book in my hands This Compact Ultraslim bible is a very well made bible and slips into a pocket or purse easily, BUT the words are very tiny and I have trouble reading it comfortably. It is slightly smaller than a Cambridge Pitt Minion but I can read the Pitt Minion. If this bible were made slightly larger than a Pitt Minion, but still small enough to slip in a pocket or purse or just grab on the way out the door, with a 7.5 to 8 point font (8 point preferably), this would be the perfect bible to read from and I would use it all the time to preach from. The price tag is great where Cambridge bibles typically sell for $90 to $200 or more. Please Thomas Nelson make this perfect bible for all of us. Thanks and God Bless you on your adventure. I chose 3 stars because the tiny words make it hard to read.
Review by SpiderPreacher
Make God’s Word your everyday traveling companion. Thin and lightweight, Thomas Nelson’s KJV Compact UltraSlim™ Bible boasts a complete and easy-to-read Bible that is ready to go when you are! A Bible you can be comfortable taking with you every day and everywhere you go, the Compact UltraSlim Bible is thin enough to tuck into your purse, briefcase, backpack, or glove compartment, yet large enough for easy readability. The Compact UltraSlim Bible is the perfect gift and ideal companion for today’s Christian on the move.
Words of Jesus in red
Type size: 6
Part of the CLASSIC SERIES line of Thomas Nelson Bibles
Compact UltraSlim Bibles sold to date: More than 135,000
The King James Version—The most successful Bible translation in history with billions of copies published
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|Publication Date||October 18, 2011|