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24 Point Giant Print Old Testament King James Version Bible - 2 Volumes Hardcover – 1983
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King James Version Bible in two large hardcover volumes in box sleeve. Super giant (24-point) type, paragraph markings, topical chapter headings. Can be read with vision of 20/200, printed on non-glare paper.
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Each chapter does have a description of what is contained within it. For example, Chapter 3 "Israel defeats the Phillistines." And each verse is well marked with it's number as well.
The 24 point print is easily readable, even from arms length. The hard bound covering is very nice, and has a pleasing feel to it, almost like it was made for a pulpit, or just to be held in your hand while preaching a sermon. The pages within are binded together very well. No glare on the pages from room lighting.
There are a couple of items that might make this two volume set not satisfying for everyone.
One concern would be just the weight of these two books alone. They are a few pounds, so be prepared to acquire a little arm strength.
Another concern is that these two big books only contain the Old Testament, so you would have to carry yet another New Testament version of the Bible with you as well, if you were to take these to church.
I have noted (and honestly I have not really noticed it in any other King James version) that there are some words omitted, and at least a couple of words misspelled. Could possibly be because this is an older KJV edition, and later editions simply improved their editing ability. Or maybe just human error in the creation of a super larger print version. I am not really sure of the reason.
Finally, another matter of possible concern is the cost of these books themselves. They are a bit pricey. But if you want the largest print Bible available, then this is for you.
One last comment. For those who are truly visually impaired, (I am not, I just like not having to squint all the time to read a book or Bible) then you may want to try this web site (listed a couple of paragraphs below) from the Braille Institute. They offer 18 and 24 point sized Bibles for a small donation.
Plus on these web pages (page two) you will be able to see the print size of this Bible I am reviewing, and the size print offered by the Braille Institute.
Their application site: [...]
Enjoy this Bible and may God bless each of you today, tomorrow and until He takes you to be home with Him. Keith