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Item description for Dake Annotated Study Reference KJV Bible: Leather by Dake Bible Publishing...
Dake Annotated Reference Bible; Reference Bible; Complete Without Apocrypha
Editor: Dake, Finis Jennings
Thumb Indexed Christ's words red-lettered With Concordance; Leather;Leather; Black Binding; Gold Edging; Illustrated
Published: April 1996
Red letter 35,000 commentary notes 4-column format Text and notes side-by-side 500,000 cross- and chain-references 9,000 headings dividing text Complete concordance lists every Bible word 8,000 sermon outlines Summary at end of each book Key Hebrew and Greek words defined 1,440 pp.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Dake Annotated Study Reference KJV Bible: Leather?
HANDLE WITH CARE Feb 22, 2005
Yes, as a previous reviewer has noted, Dake has some of the worst notes one could imagine. But, if someone were going to throw me out on a desert island or into prison and I was only allowed to take one book with me, the DAKE BIBLE would be the one. Sure the man had some crackpot ideas; so did Luther. So did Calvin. So do I! But as long as you're not using the Dake as sole source for your studies, it can be extremely useful. The primary danger with any study Bible, of course, is that the notes become oracular. I have met plenty of people who either consciously or subconsciously accept the notes in the margins of ANY study Bible (Scofield, Ryrie, Arthur, Pilgrim, Zodhiates, etc.) as equally authoritative with the text. But, again--if I were only allowed to have one book, the Dake Bible would be that one.
Excellant Reference Tool........ Jun 23, 2002
It is true that Dake was off somewhat in his doctrinal view, but that doesn't keep this bible from being an excellant reference tool. I am in Bible College and there is a lot of information here that is very helpful. You must be careful with any book that man has added his views to, but the KJV of this bible is good and I cannot say how much the study notes have helped me. Again, please keep an open mind and as you use this bible, screen any personal comments that Dake may have made and do not take them for gospel. They were added by man. Every minister should have a Dakes for Reference.
Worst collection of false teachings Nov 22, 2001
Dake's annotated Reference Bible is perhaps on the the worst collection of false teachings. Dake writes, "God...goes from place to place in a body like all other persons". Another quote: "He is just an ordinary sized being, He wears clothes, eats, rests, dwells in a mansion and in a city located on a material planet called Heaven." On the first page of the NT, Dake writes that Jesus became the Christ 30 years after He was born of Mary."
Dake Study Bible Nov 9, 2001
I own eight Bibles and the Dake's Bible is the most comprehensive edition I have ever seen. The cross references and the Greek literal translations are terrific. This Bible is more unbeleivable since Mr. Dakes did this work before computers were even a glimmer in someone's eye.
Dake Annotated Bible Mar 12, 2000
This is the most comprehensive study bible in existence. Never before have I seen such deep cross-referencing, greek/hebrew translations and in-depth studies in one bible. This is a MUST for anyone seeking to expand their knowledge of GOD's Truth!