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    1. Atlanta, GA
      Age: 45-54
      Gender: male
      5 Stars Out Of 5
      Best Resource for Serious Dividers of Truth
      February 6, 2018
      GilinAtlanta
      Atlanta, GA
      Age: 45-54
      Gender: male
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      I've been reading and studying the Word of God with the Dake Annotated Reference Bible since 2002 and I will not be content with any other Bible, no matter how many great reviews they may have! Incredible study material! you will be blessed!
    2. Age: 55-65
      Gender: Male
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      Dakes Study Bible
      February 5, 2018
      Michael B. Thomas
      Age: 55-65
      Gender: Male
      Quality: 5
      Value: 5
      Meets Expectations: 5
      Truly, the "Dakes Study Bible" is probably, the best study bible ever written. Easy to read, easy to understand, prinicially the Old Testament Hebrew and the New Testament Greek, and all the cross references. The one part of the Dakes Study Bible that I really love, is that all major words or at least, all the principal words have been counted.
    3. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      DAKE BIBLE
      December 21, 2017
      SATURDAY OKEH
      Quality: 5
      Value: 5
      Meets Expectations: 5
      It is a study Bible, and it is good for anyone, who want to understand the WORD or who want to seek deeper understanding of the word of GOD. It is also good for Pastors and those who teach the bible, not just for academic reasons but to make Heaven.
    4. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      EXCELLENCE BY FAR
      August 1, 2017
      Doc
      Quality: 5
      Value: 5
      Meets Expectations: 5
      If you have ever wanted a study Bible, then look no further. This Bible contains ALL the average Bible student will ever need. If you enjoy and love the KJV or the NKJV, then this is the last Bible you will ever need at least till you wear it out from using it.

      The only draw back is the weight and size of the large print edition. It weighs about 5 pounds and is a little bit larger than a carry Bible for most people. Even with that I would still BUY anothet one QUICKLY since I love being able to see the print better and the notes are the same size as the print. The large Bible is a 10 point font while their carry Bible is 8.5 font. It really depends on a persons taste as to the size they carry. But again, if you are looking for a Study Bible, then stop you have found it.

      This Bible's study notes was done by a man full of the Spirit if God, not academics. I have other Study Bibles that are good, that are written by academic scholars, the history along with facts about the past is very well done. But they DO NOT hold a candle in comparison to the Dakes for your spiritual growth.

      I hope this was helpful to you. I myself hold 8 doctoral degrees and that is why I can say what I did about the quality of the Dakes study Bible.
    5. 4 Stars Out Of 5
      Dake Annotated Reference Bible
      July 20, 2017
      Eric
      Quality: 5
      Value: 5
      Meets Expectations: 5
      If you are Dispensational in perspective, you will appreciate Dake's notes on the various dispensations, his handling of prophecy, and his treatment of eschatological themes, as he is premillennial and pretribulational. His level of detail in some areas is astounding, and he makes great use of Greek and Hebrew word studies throughout. He deals with many topical themes as well, and could not be dull if he tried.

      A word of caution, however. The Dake bible is often billed as "Fundamentalist and Dispensational" in perspective...not exactly. Dispensational, yes, but fundamental not really. The bible is better classified as "Dispensational and Pentecostal." Dake is a proponent of speaking in tongues, some "health and wealth" teaching, he does not stand by "Once saved always saved, i.e. he believes you can lose your salvation, and he is off center in a couple of areas regarding the nature of God, which is serious. Because of his insistence on taking the bible literally, which I love by the way, he carries it too far and takes anthropomorphic expressions to mean that God the Father and God the Spirit both have actual bodies. This leads to tritheism, meaning that the Son and Spirit are not of one substance with the Father, but merely "one in purpose." Be careful there...Trinity means "Tri-Unity, three and yet one."

      Still with those cautions in place, you can learn very much from the study bible. It is fun to read and learn things that you are not likely to find in most other study bibles. Just be careful to not be lead astray in those questionable areas mentioned.
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