NKJV Giant Print Center-Column Reference Bible, Leatherflex, BurgundyNKJV Giant Print Center-Column Reference Bible, Leatherflex, Burgundy
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Now there is a New King James Version Reference Bible available in giant print. With center-column references, self-pronouncing text, topical running heads, messianic prophecies with stars, 8 pages of maps, and concordance, this is a true reference Bible. The giant 14 point type makes reading easy! A dependable reference Bible, this giant-print Bible is also an excellent choice for a pulpit Bible. The 8-page family record offers room to record important milestones, such as births, weddings, and family history.
     

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NKJV Thompson Chain-Reference Bible, HardcoverNKJV Thompson Chain-Reference Bible, Hardcover
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For years, The Thompson Chain Reference Bible has been the most relied on source for exhaustive Bible study. The unique chain-reference system gives you the "big picture" on 7,000 important topics by linking all the verses pertaining to a certain to a certain subject together (more than 10,000 references) – right in the margins for quick referencing. There's no easier or faster way to get all the information you need!


     

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 A Word About Reference Bibles

In a reference Bible, the text contains cross-references to related words, phrases, topics, themes or people. The references can be located in a side column or columns, a center column, at the bottom of the page, or at the verse or paragraph breaks within the text. While most Bibles contain cross-references to at least some degree, on this page we have listed only those Bibles classified as true "Reference" Bibles.

Reference Bibles come in many different formats, so they will not all appear on this page. Many of the Thinline, Compact and Large-Print Bibles are indeed reference Bibles. If you are looking for a reference Bible in one of those formats, be sure to check those sections.

Typically "Reference Bibles" differ from "Study Bibles" in a few key ways. Study Bibles will normally have same page "study notes" - as a sort of built-in commentary - to help you understand and interpret the Scripture. While they may also incorporate references, they usually offer more in the way of additional helps than the typical Reference Bible. If you are looking for more study helps, you may want to consider a Study Bible.