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The Famous Subject Bible: Complete Topical Study Bible & Reference Edition (Holy Bible, King James Version KJV, Large Print, Words of Christ in Red, Inline Definitions) Leather Bound – March 21, 2012
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Physically, the Subject Bible is broken down into three sections: the complete text of the King James Version, A Complete Analysis of The Whole Bible Arranged in Subjects (which was compiled not by Power Publishing, nor by Dr. Everette Gaddy, but by Dr. Roswell Hitchcock, Late President of Union Theological Seminary in New York),and a Subject Index. The claim Dr. Gaddy makes that you can read exhaustively on any subject in the Bible is true, insofar as the Analysis divides its subjects. The subjects are divided into 27 categories: Scripture, God, Jesus, Idolatry/Superstition, Works of God, Miracles, Mediums and Methods of Revelation, Duties to God, Angels/Good and Evil, Genealogies and Catalogues, The Hebrews, Other Nations, The Outward Man, External Nature, Industrial Employments and Products, The Family, Masters and Servants, Civil and Social Life, War, Fallen Man, Man Redeemed, Sacred Seasons, Sacred Places, Sacred Persons and Offices, Sacred Rites and Forms, Trials and Persecution, and Eschatology. I have found these categories to challenge and stretch my thinking in terms of their organization. Also, subcategories are logically designated within each category.
I do not at all regret my purchase. I do much counseling in my ministry, and the subject Bible is a great aid in this way. But I caution you to know exactly what you are getting when you are buying this Bible. Primarily, a less than ideal cover, a complete King James Version, a virtually copied/pasted/published Subject Analysis from a late seminary president, a subject index, and inconsistent word clarifications. Is this Bible really worth $100? Maybe if the cover was genuine leather. Otherwise, if I had to do it over, I wouldn't pay more than $60 for it. At the same time, now that I have it, this has now become the Bible I use for my primary study and quiet times because of the large print and wide margins. Those are the upsides and those are the downsides. From this point, it's your call. Just know what you're getting before you give up a Benjamin for it.