Everyone who knows me knows that I color-code my Bible. Now, lots of people mark their Bible’s with color, but that’s not what I’m talking about. I’m talking about actually coding my Bible with color. I color-code topically (my favorite way to study). I have around 20 topics that I mark in a specific way. I usually only color the major verses in any topic. Almost everyone I know has expressed interest in having their Bibles color-coded but most of them don’t want to do the coloring. It is time-consuming and tedious work and it can be difficult deciding...Read More
Holman’s full-color study Bible series now includes the New King James Version. The Holman NKJV Study Bible includes the same colorful photos, maps, and charts as the HCSB and KJV editions. It is designed with visuals and ease of use in mind. Pros Colorful Filled with information Cons Large Heavy Features NKJV Full color throughout Presentation page Family history Paragraph format Poetry in verse format 9-point font Red letter Section headings Center column references Translation notes Commentary Book introductions In text maps, charts, and photos 1 and 3 year reading plans 8 pages of maps Ribbon marker 9.5 x...Read More
Coming in September, 2013 the NKJV Study Bible from Holman. It will follow the same format as their HCSB Study Bible, and KJV Study Bible. It will be available in hardcover, genuine leather, and imitation leather, and with thumb-index. Here are the product details from Christianbook: Product Description Holman Bible Publishers is excited to present the NKJV Study Bible, a new edition modeled after its own 2011 ECPA Christian Book Award-winning HCSB Study Bible. It features 15,000 study notes, 141 photos, 62 timelines, 59 maps, 40-page concordance, 20 articles and essays on practical and theological issues, 16 illustrations and reconstructions, and 15 charts. Other details of the NKJV Study Bible include a two-column text setting, center-column cross references, the words of Christ in red type, extensive book introductions, one- and three-year Bible reading plans, a notes section, four-color presentation page and family records section, and two-piece die-cut gift box. All study features throughout the NKJV Study Bible are designed to put the emphasis where it must be, on making the Scriptures—God’s written Word—clear and understandable. Features 15,000 study notes 141 photos 62 timelines 59 maps 40-page concordance 20 articles and essays on practical and theological issues 16 illustrations and reconstructions 15 charts. Two-column text setting Center-column cross references The words of Jesus in red type Extensive book introductions One- and three-year Bible reading plans Notes section for personal notes...Read More
I’ve always said that you need more than one Bible. The reason I say this is there’s no one Bible that is best for every situation. One example is a general reading Bible. I don’t always pick up my primary carry/study Bible for general reading. I have different needs for my reading Bible than I have for my carry Bible. Buying a reading Bible is not an easy choice. There are four main things I look for in a reading Bible: Font Paper Cover and binding Size The most important factor is the font. It can have great paper...Read More
Holman’s Hand Size Giant Print Reference Bible is an affordable hand sized Bible with a nice and readable 12-point font, red-letter, and thumb-index. Pros 12-point font Elegant cover Thumb-index Cons Very few references Small concordance Features KJV 12-point font Red-letter In-text references In-text translation notes Thumb-index 8 color maps Ribbon marker Imitation leather Gilted edges Presentation page Family pages Study helps Concordance Pronunciation Messianic prophesies marked with stars 8.5 x 5.75 x 1.5 ISBN: 978-1-4336-0350-1 1568 pages Lifetime guarantee Printed in China Around $20 Cover and Binding This edition is a beautiful 2-piece mahogany imitation leather called Mahogany Leathertouch....Read More
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