Bible review: The New King James Study Bible.

Something I always recommend to new believers is to obtain a Bible for them to read on a daily basis. I do not recommend a regular Bible but a study Bible, so they can read notes and understand the context of the passage they are reading. Most of the study bible also include graphics and tables that help the reader to go deeper into the context.

The King James Study Bible (a classic published by Thomas Nelson) fulfills all the aforementioned features. This Bible is the full-color edition, and is full of notes and graphics and is perfect for daily Bible study and devotion.

Readers will find a very complete Bible from covert to covert. Even those who never owned a study Bible before will find this Bible a great fit for their spiritual lives. The “How to Use” section will facilitate its usage and will make it easier for initiated readers to navigate through this Bible.

The two columns text design is divided by a column with cross-references, a very helpful feature for Bible study. The font (in both the Bible text and notes) is big enough to make its reading extremely fluent.

Every book is preceded by an introduction and an outline, which constitute this Bible a perfect tool for pastors and church ministers. The doctrinal notes make this Bible a very solid tool in terms of doctrine and theology.

This Bible also provides tables with different topics such as Christ and the Gospels, Parables of Christ, Miracles of Christ, Prophecies of the Messiah Fulfilled in Christ, Topical Index to Paul and His Letters, and many other tables. The concordance comes with word studies, another outstanding feature.

Summarizing, this Bible is an excellent resource for pastors, Bible students, new believers, and Christians in general. The variety of features and doctrinal resources it contains will satisfy the needs of those who are considering buying a study Bible.

This Bible is available in both hard cover and leather. If you want to obtain this Bible, click here.

I received a copy of this book free from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255


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