pulls from EVERY book in the bible to put events in order. expected from a chronological bible but the way it's done makes for very interesting reading. you're readin' from different books and authors at the same time on the same pages. the only drawback would be tryin' to use it in church or bible study because lookin' up individual books and verses is nearly impossible due to the text bein' scattered all over the book! other than that it's great! ....and it's an awesome addition to my bible collection.
I really enjoy the specific style of how this Holy Bible is composed. Its flow is not designed to trace the course of when, it was penned by man in the measure of time, but rather penned, in the measure of events happening against the backdrop or Eternity.
This truly sets it apart from other Chronological Holy Bibles like the one produced by Thomas Nelson entitled Chronological Study Bible that traces events as measured and penned in the frame work of Time.
Reeses Chronological Holy Bible is a Great Asset to any serious Bible Student.
I have read the Bible through many times. The past few years I decided to use different ways to read the Bible through. This past year I purchased The Reese Chronological Bible, KJV and decided that this would be the bible I would use for my read through. What a joyful and enlightening experience! The perspective of chronological order increased my understanding of the scripture. To see the parallel in the divided kingdoms of Israel and Judah, the background of the Psalms and the writing of the New Testament Epistles through out the book of Acts shed new light and knowledge. I have recommended this bible to several and have given it as a gift no less than 4 times. Read it, you will not be disappointed.