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This wide-margin hardcover Bible in the popular New American Standard Bible translation is perfect for note taking and recording memorable moments of insight or inspiration during Bible reading and teaching.
It has plenty of room for taking notes during public or private worship, small-group fellowships, or any other time or place you feel the need to make comments on the Bible. No more cramped writing in tiny margins—the NASB Note-Taker’s Bible makes it easy to stay organized and neat. Personalize the text of God's Word to your life as never before, and treasure this record of your spiritual journey. Includes the complete text of the popular New American Standard translation.
- Extra-wide margins for taking notes
- Complete NASB text
- Indexes to:
- The promises In the Bible
- Perspectives from the Bible
- The ministry of Jesus
- The teachings of Jesus
- The miracles of Jesus
- The parables of Jesus
- Double-column text for easy reading
- Words of Jesus in red letter
- Presentation page
- 8-point text size
- 9.50" x 6.50" x 1.25"
Number of Pages: 1072
Publication Date: 2014
Dimensions: 9.50 X 6.50 X 1.50 (inches)
Text Layout: Double Column|Wide Margin
|Text Color: Red Letter|
Text Size: 8 Point
Thumb Index: No
Ribbon Marker: No
Page Gilding: None
Page Edges: White
NKJV Note-Taker's Bible, Italian Duo-Tone CharcoalZondervan / 2014 / Imitation Leather$36.99 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 8 Reviews
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Finally, a Bible that has plenty of room for taking notes during public or private worship, small-group fellowships, or any other time or place you feel the need to make comments on the Bible. No more cramped writing in tiny marginsthe NASB Note-Takers Bible makes it easy to stay organized and neat. Personalize the text of God's Word to your life as never before, and treasure this record of your spiritual journey. Includes the complete text of the popular New American Standard translation.
Deluxe wide margins for note takers
Complete NASB text
Double-column text for easy reading
Words of Christ in red letter
G.W.E.4 Stars Out Of 5Greatest translation.February 12, 2016G.W.E.Quality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4I really like the NASB note takers bible. It looks good and is extremly well priced. The delivery was very slow,but I've ordered other things from CBD that came on time,so shipping glitches can be expected sometimes. My only issue is how thin the pages are. Just about anything I use shadows or bleeds through. All in all I happy with the Bible.
Dave4 Stars Out Of 5NASB Note Takers BibleSeptember 14, 2015DaveQuality: 3Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4very good for studies.
Berni4 Stars Out Of 5Just what I wanted for JournalingJune 23, 2015BerniQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0I purchased the Note-taker bible so I could create scripture art in the margins as well as write out prayers pertinent to the text and put notes, I have scattered about, in one place. It has met my expectations very well. I bought it primarily for the wide margins and I like that it does not have ruled lines as I can write quite closely and get more on the page. Although I use another bible for my devotions 'The Voice' I like the NASB for its faithfulness to the original Greek and Hebrew. I am not keen on the red letter as it does not highlight well. I would recommend getting a Note-taker Bible and hope in the future to see more versions as I like a new bible version every so often.
bookwomanjoanOak Harbor, WAAge: 55-65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Good except writing space only on the outside and bottomJanuary 10, 2015bookwomanjoanOak Harbor, WAAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4I like to write in my Bible. Points from sermons, insights from devotionals, thoughts from small groups it all goes in the margins of my Bible. I do write small but room for all those words is hard to find in most Bibles.
I really appreciate the Note-Taker's Bible. It was made just for people like me. I'm given about an inch and a half on the outer sides and bottom of each page to write all the notes I want.
The Bible I reviewed is the New American Standard Bible. It's my favorite translation for study because it rates so high as a literal translation. The aim of the translators was to remain as faithful as possible to the original language. It is the perfect translation for dedicated note taking.
What you will not find in the Bible are many notes. Just a few translation notes appear at the bottom of the text. I was surprised to find a decent concordance at the back as well as a few other additions like a list of promises found in the Bible, and lists of Jesus' teachings, miracles, and parables. There are no maps included.
There are two aspects of the Bible I wish were different. One is the red letter. That's just a personal preference. I just like all the Bible in black letter.
The other issue is where the wide margins are located. You can see that there are no wide margins on the inside. That means that notes for both columns of text need to be recorded in the same area, the outer edge or bottom. One might want to devise a sort of short hand to indicate which column the note refers to. Interestingly, the concordance and other additions at the end of the Bible are centered on the page so there are relatively wide margins all around.
The paper in the Bible is typical of that for Bibles. I'm writing in pencil. One should always use a pen on one of the back pages to see if it bleeds through. The publisher recommends a pencil or ball-point.
This Bible is a great choice for people who like to jot down notes in the Bible.
I received a complimentary copy of this Bible from the publisher for the purpose of an independent and honest review.
DorieAge: 35-44Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Decent Writing SpaceJanuary 8, 2015DorieAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4To be honest, at first I hated the look. My initial impression was that it looked like the publishers did not line up the cutting correctly. What's more, this was a note-taker's Bible and there were no lines?!
Then, I began to explore the pages a bit more. My mind began to comprehend how someone could actually use this. With the margins as wide as possible on the sides and bottom, note-takers have ample space to add their thoughts or thoughts of others into the pages. Without lines, writing would not be confined to a certain predetermined size or horizontal direction.
A possible way note-takers can benefit from this format is by using different color ink for notes on specific roles (wife, mom, teacher, etc.) or themes (sin, grace, love, etc.). Or, note-takers may prefer to use a specific color ink per year of notes. Since most will not study the entire Bible in one year, it may be nice to look back in a few years and see the green colored ink of 2015 and know where you were that year in your Christian growth.
The supplemental information in the back could be used as a basis for personal study. Whether you wanted to spend some time researching a Biblical world view or the miracles of Jesus, the supplemental section could be of use.
After exploring the pages and determining how I could use the wide margins to my best advantage, I did convert from dislike to appreciation. The only part I cannot truly appreciate is the two column text. I would have preferred a one column printing. It would have made referencing particular sections or verses of the text easier. For instance, if I want to write something about the column furthest from the margin, I will either have to code the note with a verse reference header or identifying number/letter or draw a line over/around the column in between. In the end, this is really my only complaint about the printing.
I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for a review.