- File Size: 5748 KB
- Print Length: 3790 pages
- Publication Date: May 28, 2012
- Language: English
- ASIN: B008732FSC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #322,475 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
KING JAMES BIBLE with VerseSearch Kindle Edition
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Kindle magazines and newspapers have a very sensible indexing method for the contents - why is this not used by Kindle Bible producers? Newspapers and Magazines use a two-column system, go explore one of these and see how it works - it's fast and brilliant.
Of course, Bibles could perhaps use a THREE column version of this: BOOK CHAPTER VERSE.
I would give this King James Version five stars if the CONTENTS PAGE (singular) worked like this:
When the cursor is in the BOOK column, the page up and page down (and the up/down arrows) will move the cursor up and down the book column, which can also page up and down, while the rest of the page stays put.
When the cursor settles on a book, the chapter column then lists the number of chapters that exist in THAT book.
Use right arrow to move to the CHAPTER column (the Book column freezes), and then again, the page up / page down and arrow keys will drive the cursor up and down the list.
When the cursor settles on a chapter, the VERSE column then lists the number of verses that exist in that Chapter of that book.
Use right arrow to move to the VERSE column (the Chapter column freezes), and then again, the page up / page down and arrow keys will drive the cursor up and down the verse list.
All three columns page up and down when the cursor is in that column, while the rest of the page stays put.
It can be argued that the present arrangement in the table of contents does perform the same function, essentially - and yes, it does - but it is slower and clumsier. It is second class - sadly often the case when Christian efforts are compared to professional secular equivalents.
Let's go for the next level and produce something first class!
If Kindle cannot support such an articulated, three-column, hyperlinked contents, then we could get by with just BOOK and VERSE columns - this would still be REALLY cool to use.
I am quite certain that I am not the only person FRUSTRATED with Kindle Bibles - they really need to be as easy to navigate as cellphone and tablet Bible apps.
discuss the bible openly every Sunday before service. The minister doesn't impose his opinion on others so the spirit of the group,
where the Lord is in the midst of us prevails.
For it's wisdom, poetry, and historical value alone the Bible is book equaled by no other. With the added spiritual and moral elements it's
a cornerstone for every home library. Read the bible, learn the will the God, grow spiritually , be a better person to make the world a better place.
The are many things to appreciate about the King James Version. I recommend that anyone who is seriously interested in understanding God learn to read the King James Version. Learn about the italicized words and learn to understand it. It is far superior to all the "easy to read" versions available today.