My husband purchased this Bible for me for Christmas and it is the best Bible I have ever owned. It is like getting a sermon every time you open it. Dr. Jeremiah shares insights into scriptures in topics that are in depth and pertinent to current world events. I also watch Dr. Jeremiah's online sermons too as they relate back to his Bible notes.
I purchased the bible soon after it was released, as much as I enjoy reading it, I am however disappointed that the print is so small and therefore I`m unable to read for too long at a time and makes it for unfulfilled reading time.
It would be greatly appreciated if a large print bible would be made available for those of us with poor eyesight..
I received the hardback edition as a gift for my birthday from my two sons. It is a welcome edition to my collection, but not perfect.
I would have given this a 5 star rating if the paper had been better. I know it would have made the bible thicker, but in a hardback that does not matter. I have the KJV Henry Morris Study bible and the paper in it is the way it should be.
Now the good: It's smythe sewn, and the notes are a little unique. The book intro's tell you three things: What the book says, what it means, and what it means to you. I like that, albeit it is somewhat subjective. Since Jeremiah and I are close in our Theology, not a problem. The book intro also includes QR codes. In one, Dr. Jeremiah reads the intro. In the other, you will find audio sermons by Dr. Jeremiah from the book. That's a great addition in my opinion. There are also great helps in each book. For instance, in the book of Revelation, one help that is labeled "Tough Questions" answers the question of who can be saved in the Tribulation period.
I would recommend this bible to anyone that is pre-trib and dispensational in theology.
When I saw this bible being made available;I bought one, as I enjoy Dr. Jeremiah's ministry on tv. I do like the 'sidebars' and the articles within the bible text. However, I wish the font was bigger, and since this IS a study bible, many more notes, within the text and the bottom of the pages. The print, as it is, is hard to read, unless you sit by a good reading light source. Why ARE footnotes in the newer study bibles printed in such small print?