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Item description for Holy Bible: King James Version, Black Bonded Leather, Large Print Reference Bible by Black...
For nearly 400 years, the Authorized Version of the Bible---popularly known as the King James Version---has been beloved for its majestic phrasing and stately cadences. No other book has so profoundly influenced our language and our theology.
Large print resources will become increasingly important as baby boomers reach their mid-fifties and excessive computer use results in eye fatigue. This KJV Bible offers giant print for readability and is enhanced by useful study helps and references. Its easy-to-read type, affordability, and reference features combine to make it the ideal Bible for both devotional and study purposes.
FEATURES OF THE KJV GIANT PRINT REFERENCE BIBLE * End of verse cross-reference system unlocks the riches of the Bible * Concordance for locating key passages * Full-color maps * Words of Christ in red * Personal presentation page * Gilded page edges * Ribbon marker * 13-point type
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Format: Large Print
Studio: Hendrickson Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.9" Width: 7" Height: 1.6" Weight: 2.87 lbs.
Binding Leather, Bonded
Release Date Sep 30, 2006
Publisher HENDRICKSON PUBLISHER #40
ISBN 1598560913 ISBN13 9781598560916
Internationally renowned neurosurgeon and scientist Keith Black, MD is the director of the Maxine Dunitz Neurosurgical Institute and director of neurosurgery at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. At age 17, he published his first scientific paper, which earned a Westinghouse Science Award. He completed an accelerated college program at the University of Michigan and earned both his undergraduate and medical degrees in six years. Before joining Cedars-Sinai, Black served on the UCLA faculty for 10 years where he was a professor of neurosurgery and was named the Ruth and Raymond Stotter chair in the Department of Surgery and was head of the UCLA Comprehensive Brain Tumor Program.