Four of the most widely read translations are now positioned side by side for quick comparison! This Bible is a valuable resource for gaining new insights into scriptural truths and the relevancy of God's Word. KJV, NIV, Amplified, and the updated NASB are paralleled inside. Passages and verses from the four translations aligned for ease of study. It is an excellent resource for students, or even anyone who is interested in learning more about God's word. Features Include
Each two-page spread contains a complete Scripture portion from all four versions
8-point clear, easy-to-read type
Blank endpages for recording personal notes
Gold page edges
9.50" x 6.75" x 2.50"
Format: Bonded Leather Number of Pages: 3264 Vendor: Zondervan Publication Date: 1999 Dimensions: 9.75 X 6.75 X 2.5 (inches) ISBN: 031090336X
ISBN-13: 9780310903369 Availability: In Stock References: End-of-Verse Text Layout: Double Column Text Size: 8 Point Text Color: Black Letter
The Comparative Study Bible features the updated 1995 edition of the New American Standard Bible, the most recent edition of the Amplified Bible, trimmer design, and an updated cover for an attractive, contemporary appeal. Turn to the Comparative Study Bible when you want to consult: New International Version-The world's leading contemporary translation, renowned for its accuracy and ease of understanding, communicates the meaning of the original writers in a thought-for-thought translation. New American Standard Bible-The most widely used literal translation is the translation of choice for Bible readers who prefer a word-for-word approach. The updated NASB has been refined for a smoother read. Amplified Bible-This unique approach expands on the basic Bible text with added synonyms, explanatory notes in parentheses, a unique system of punctuation, italics, and references unlocking subtle shades of meaning as found in the original Greek and Hebrew languages. King James Version-Beloved by Christians for centuries, the King James Version is known for its poetic, dignified presentation of Scripture in 17th century English.