Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Review: KJV Word Study Bible



The KJV Word Study Bible by Thomas Nelson is a powerful study Bible that outlines key words that, in the original Greek and Hebrew, are essential to "unlocking the meaning of the Bible." Additionally, the Bible features introductions to each book and full-color maps.

My initial feelings toward this Bible are positive. The font size is very large and readable, and the boxes containing the word information are non-intrusive. The Bible features a Strong's index and concordance for those who want to use this Bible for more serious scholarly work. The leather cover seems durable, and the gold gilded edges are a nice touch.

Overall, I would recommend this Bible to others. The choice of words are great introductions into basic word studies, but should not be seen as an exclusive resource for Biblical language scholars.

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