While I am not in agreement with Alexandrian Text Scriptures, I am doing a study of Chronological Bibles, including putting together my own arrangement. I find the chronological arrangement in this volume to be very close to my own. I will find much study to do in the arrangement of the Psalms in this volumn as it is very interesting. There are not many chronological Bibles on the market, but I believe this one to be the best. Thank you for making this available!
My brother recently came back to the Lord and is hungry for God's word. He works away from home, so I purchased this Bible for him and he has been sharing his faith with his co-workers. I think it is a great Bible, so I bought one for me also.
Electronic formatted Bibles are not functional for real-time scripture referencing. The Chronological Bible should make the Table of Contents searchable at the Week and/or Day level for quick referencing. Currently there's no way to go to a scripture reference, unless you know the Act# and Scene#. Also, if you want to go to a specific Week or Day, you must page through a nearby reference week or day (which many times your guessing) and page through until you find your passage. In short, the tool is limited without outside reference aids.