This edition of the One Year Bible is unique in that it allows the reader to read the Bible through as it unfolds, chronologically. This was helpful especially in the Old Testament with the Prophets and the reader's ability to see how their prophecies correlated with what was happening with Israel. The New Testament was helpful as well as you get to see where the Letters fall into the book of Acts.
Overall this is a highly productive Bible reading plan. If you struggle with reading your Bible or if you struggle to be disciplined in Bible reading, I highly recommend this book.
I'm trying to read the Bible in 90 days this year, so in just six days I've covered 30 days of this one-year format. I'm used to the NIV, so this chronological bible is perfect. I am enjoying the single column format; it reads and feels like a narrative without sacrificing the content I know and love. I also appreciate that the publishers included notes through out regarding why passages appear in the chronology as they do. I also like that it is laid out in a one-year format, that makes it easy to tailor the readings to slow down or speed up.
The one year chronological bible was all I expected from your advertisement. My test was whether it showed that Jesus cleared the Temple twice, once at the beginning of his public ministry [John 2], and the other on Palm Sunday. It did, and was immediately promoted to my bedside.
I always wanted a Bible like this, since I first read through a Bible in my youth. The only shortcomings I can detect so far are those of the NIV translation.