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NKJV Holy Bible Personal Size Giant Print Reference Hardcover – February 11, 2007
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The New King James Version is an outstanding choice for someone who believes in a literal translation. Except for the book of Revelation, the text it is based on is highly reliable as well. The text used for Revelation is probably corrupt, a fact known to most Bible scholars; the NASB is a more reliable source for that book.
I have several NKJV Bibles with all the reference notes, etc. But this one has become my choice for personal reading due to its highly legible print.
When I open the Bible I can see the text from the other side of the page; and because of this, I think the line spacing is too tight. One source of dissatisfaction causes the perception of another source of dissatisfaction. The line spacing may not be too tight but with the bleed through, the eye is drawn to the line spacing. I see letters and phrases come through from the underside. For example, if there is a space between words or spaces where the line of text isn't a full line of text, one sees text from the underside of the page.
The font and font size are beautiful! This excellence however is wasted on a background of bleed-through.
I have a question about the first map. I do not believe the Egyptian capital was at Tanis when Abraham visited Egypt. Maybe he visited a king of the 15th or 16th Dynasty and never met a Theban pharaoh? Without having gone farther south than Tanis, Abraham would not have seen the pyramids of Giza. I look forward to your answers and comments.
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P.S.: In my book, I pick up the history of the Hebrews in Egypt with Jacob-Israel. Israel and his son Joseph would have seen more of Egypt than Abraham.
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I am very pleased with this Bible. The pages are very delicate but thumbing through it I dont see taht being an issue really. The font is a nice size for reading. Read morePublished 4 months ago by ladytwilight
We bought it for a nephew who is somewhat limited. I hope he loves it as much as we love our NKJV.Published 5 months ago by vernon s.
This was bought as a gift for a prisoner. He really loves it.. My husband sends Bibles and other literature to prisoners.Published 6 months ago by Dora Proffitt