Key Word Study Bible KJV (2008 new edition), HardcoverAMG Publishers / 2008 / Hardcover$30.49 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 121 Reviews
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toomanyfurkidsGalesburg, IllinoisAge: 45-54Gender: female3 Stars Out Of 5Key Word Study Bible (2008)November 17, 2017toomanyfurkidsGalesburg, IllinoisAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 3Value: 3Meets Expectations: 3This is a very helpful resource with a couple caveats. Be aware that the paper is very thin and makes it next to impossible to write notes in. When I make notes, the ink bleeds onto the other side and also leaves an impression on quite a few pages even though I use high quality ink that is not supposed to bleed through and don't use much pressure. I recommend using a notebook or sticky notes instead of directly marking this Bible. Also be aware that not all words are covered; there are some which seem important but have not been defined so this is disappointing. You may want further resources for deeper study. I purchased this Bible in the NASB bonded leather as well as the KJV hardcover (both the 2008 version). I prefer the KJV text. The bonded leather is a poor quality with glue spots that are squishing out of the seams. If the paper were thicker, I'd probably send it out to be rebound in a decent cover. I purchased the KJV for the text expecting similar quality so didn't want to invest more money for a cheaply made leather cover and just purchased the hard cover. I think the concept of this Bible is excellent but it has been put together very poorly and cheaply done. Also, it isn't available in large print which is also disappointing. If AMG would use better paper and better ink, I'd recommend it. The notes are ok but I noticed they do vary in the NASB from the KJV. I'm keeping my eyes on the new CSB version and hoping the paper quality will be better and hoping for a sewn binding; I'll be waiting on reviews to see if I find it worth investing in or not.
ZiggySomers, NYAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5A Worthy BibleFebruary 24, 2017ZiggySomers, NYAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I just received my hardcover edition and look forward to using it. I have been looking for a Bible like this for a long time. This is a Bible that holds much information for the person who wants to use it to its fullest. Be patient as there are many helps and many ways to study. The maps are beautiful. The book is larger and heavier and the paper is thinner so choose your writing implement well if you are going to write it in (but if the paper were thicker then the book might become too heavy!) Words of Christ are in red and, for me, I find this very important for any Bible I use. If you have a sincere desire to learn how the root words are translated, this is the Bible for you. Use it and allow the Holy Spirit to speak to you through your studies.
Kathy5 Stars Out Of 5Gift for ChristmasJanuary 14, 2017KathyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5My husband loved it and was very intrigued with the information in it. This was the first gift he opened and almost wouldn't put it down to open other gifts.
Linderth5 Stars Out Of 5PleasedSeptember 29, 2016LinderthQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5My daughter introduced me to this Bible. The price was much cheaper than my first one. I am very please. I liked the Hebrew and Greek concordance. Having an understanding of a word from both languages is very helpful. This is a good Bible to have.
This is my second one. I misplaced my first one and it was welled used and by the time it was found, I Had already purchase this one. So I decided to keep it. Will use it on Sunday and use the old one for studying at home.
Jessica4 Stars Out Of 5PleasedSeptember 14, 2016JessicaQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4The pages are pretty thin and when talking about the Lord and Jesus it says he and him, not He and Him (just one of my pet peeves though). Love the bible though and the real (not topical) concordance in the back for hebrew and greek.