of customers would recommend this product to a friend.
James5 Stars Out Of 5AmplifiedAugust 19, 2019JamesQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Very good translation with helpful expansion of the original language. This helps bring a more nuanced understanding of the the Word. The quality of this edition seems to be very good.
Jaimee5 Stars Out Of 5amplified study bibleJuly 30, 2019JaimeeQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5you will have an entirely new perspective and a brand new understanding of the bible after reading and studying this bible...i absolutely love it!!
MichelleMVL5 Stars Out Of 5Wonderful versionJuly 19, 2019MichelleMVLThis version of the Bible leaves no room for misinterpretation. It contains in the body much that is put in footnotes by other versions of the Bible. It is easy to use and makes it easy to keep up with our quite fast preacher. I'd recommend this Bible to a new inquiring mind or an old steady believer like me. No matter what you think you know about what the Bible says, this Bible version will teach you more.
deweydonPrescott, AZAge: 55-65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Amplified Study Bible, Large PrintJune 17, 2019deweydonPrescott, AZAge: 55-65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5beautifully bound Amplified Study Bible, Large Print
exactly what I needed at this age to read and
participate more in selecting and reading our
group studies. Quality at a good price!
Ken Woodruff5 Stars Out Of 5Great Bible!June 3, 2019Ken WoodruffThis review is for the 2015 update version of the Amplified Bible. I am impressed; it appears to have the outstanding readability of the original Living Bible, and the accuracy of the New American Standard. Incredible. Both the text and the notes were updated significantly from the 1987 version, although Amplified is not making a big deal of this. They should have. The Study Bible has good notes, and a lot of them; the "non-study" Bible has shorter, more academic notes. Both are good for what they are trying to do.The Study Bible and bonded leather "regular" Bible both have a large 12 point font, and it is crisp. The study Bible has closer line spacing, trying to make space for the many notes and maps. Even with this, it is fairly bulky, and 2" thick. My wife likes the study Bible, and I prefer the "regular" Bible, which is thinner and has a nice feel and less space used for notes. I like the paper used in these Bibles; it is fairly white, without excessive "bleed-through." Beware that even a Zebrite Bible ink highlighter will bleed through these thin pages. The thin pages are also a bit harder to turn, but that is not a hill to die on. In short, this is now my "go-to" Bible, after using the NAS for 40 years. I have no regrets.
Note: I also bought the compact version, for travel. It indeed has a small 6 point font, but is usable if you have good eyes. The paper and font quality are the same as the big brother versions. The notes are the shorter "academic" notes that are also used in the "non-study" Bible.
If I was to improve these Bibles, I would make the paper a hair thicker, the font a half size smaller in the big versions, and the compact version with a half size bigger font.
This Bible has a freshness and life to it that makes me want to get into the word, and I am getting more out of it. I recommend it!