The KJV Study Bible (King James Bible) (Hardcover)
Brings Beloved, Trusted Translation into 21st Century Context
The year 2011 marked the 400th anniversary of the King James Version—and this bestselling study Bible celebrates this event by bringing the KJV into a 21st century context. Nearly 6,500 contemporary notes will help you understand the King James Version, still among the most beloved and trusted translations available. With color maps, a dictionary/concordance, and the words of Christ in red, The KJV Study Bible is an excellent resource for personal study, whether you’re already a fan of the translation or you’ve been reading more modern Bible versions.
Inside you'll find...
- Complete Bible Text Plus Nearly 6,500 Commentary Notes
- Includes Maps, Dictionary/Concordance, and Other Helps
- Offers Readable Type--8.5 Point--and Comfortable Margins for Note-Taking
About the Author
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Perhaps the most important book in western civilization, The Bible is well worth studying. "The KJV Study Bible" is a study guide for the most famous English translation of the Bible, The King James Version. Discussing the history of the version's creation, with plenty of notes to explain the cultural gap that has formed throughout the centuries, and encouraging readers to do their own study, "The KJV Study Bible" is a strong pick for any student of Christianity who wants more comprehensive understanding of the Holy Bible.
— Midwest Book Review