NKJV Study Bible, Personal Size, Imitation Leather, Berry/TaupeThomas Nelson / 2016 / Imitation Leather$19.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 15 Reviews
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Denise FietUpstate, NYAge: 35-443 Stars Out Of 5study notes discredit literal 7 day creationJanuary 10, 2020Denise FietUpstate, NYAge: 35-44It suggests that the term "day" is ambiguous and suggest that the "seven days" is a literary frame on which the story of creation is draped as opposed to a strict pattern of literal 7 24 hour days. I felt that this was the place to explain a literal 24 hour period by the context of the Hebrew meaning of "Yom". Lack of defense and explanation opens the door for doubt and belief in a world view of evolution.
Natalie5 Stars Out Of 5Awesome resource!September 9, 2019NatalieQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This bible has everything you need to dig deeper into God's word.
MarshaNew Philadelphia OHAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Beautiful and Well MadeJanuary 20, 2019MarshaNew Philadelphia OHAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Meets Expectations: 5I absolutely love this Bible. I prefer the Personal Size Bible for Church and Bible Study. This Bible is very well put together, I have dropped it on more than once, and it did not break apart. I love all the information, pictures, maps, the font size, and there is very little ghosting. The cover looks and feels like leather.
wordseeker5 Stars Out Of 5GreatFebruary 17, 2017wordseekerQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is a little thicker bible than most personal size ones. But it has more added in it, like maps and charts. Also has little sections through out of little tib bits. very well made bible. would recomend to everyone.
theChristianReviewerAge: 45-54Gender: Male5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent Study Bible if you're ok with paperback - if not, get the non-paperback edition - you won't regret it either way!June 27, 2016theChristianReviewerAge: 45-54Gender: MaleQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Honestly, I was very excited to get a copy of the full color NKJV Study Bible even though it is a paperback version as well as Personal Size. I normally prefer the fuller size Bibles and as many of you know, I also have a preference for the leather-bound Bibles. But this review is of the paperback Personal Size edition of this Study Bible. With that said, this really is an excellent Study Bible for the price and for the size. The Study tools are very well done, and I feel that it does do a nice job helping you to understand the Word better. One of my more appreciated features in this Study Bible is probably a portion of the Book Introductions where for each book, they have a section called Christ in the Scriptures where it reveals the different teachings and pictures of Christ within each book. Very impressive as I feel often times, we can overlook how the entire Bible points to what Christ did for us even in the Old Testament. This Study Bible has the largest concordance that I have ever seen printed in a Bible it is 195 pages long. Most others seem to have anywhere from 40 to 80 pages or so on average. The color and design of this Bible is very pleasing and easy to use. This Bible is printed on pretty good opaque paper but does have a small amount of show through due to the full color portions, but it was not overly distracting for me personally. I find this show through to be fairly typical of a majority of the full-color bibles in general. For some people, the font size could likely be too small since it is 7 point, in which case, I would recommend the full size edition of The Full-Color NKJV Study Bible as it has a slightly larger font at 8 point. Thats not a lot larger font, but for some, that one extra point size might make a difference. This Personal Size edition is easy to use and compact so it feels good in the hands. Overall, I would say this is a very nice study Bible (even though it is paperback) especially if you are looking for one on the less expensive side. This is one that I would recommend, especially if you like the NKJV translation.
I received a copy of this Bible from BookLook Bloggers program (HarperCollins / Thomas Nelson) in exchange for my honest review.