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Item description for KJV Dake Reference Bible/Compact-Burgundy Vinyl by Dake Bible Publishing...
Overview The Compact Dake Bible is the smaller, lighter, more portable version of our new Dake Large Print Bible. The Compact Dake Bible has the same layout and design as the Large Print Bible, but it's 30 percent smaller!
Carry it with you to church, work, anywhere you go. For over forty years The Dake Annotated Reference Bible has been the world's most comprehensive Bible Study tool. Now, with an all-new layout and design, the Compact Dake Bible is an even more useful resource. Every Bible word is listed in the updated Cyclopedic Index. Scripture and study notes are presented together in an easy-to-read three-column format. Biblical customs are explained, key Hebrew and Greek words are defined, and prophetic passages are noted.
We've trimmed three inches off the size of Standard Bible while increasing the print size. Easy to read and lighter to carry, the New Compact Dake is everything you want in a Study Bible-and less!
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Reviews - What do customers think about KJV Dake Reference Bible/Compact-Burgundy Vinyl?
Still Dake but new formatting Jun 16, 2007
I have used a Dake Bible since the 1970s. I find the Dake's, if used intelligently, can add much to any Christian's ministry. This handy size is well-priced and worth every dollar, but for original Dake readers it has been formatted differently than the original Dake. It takes a bit of getting used to visually, as there is so much on each page now, not only the four original columns. For those new to Dake, his Study Bible notes are absolutely the most comprehensive and thorough historically [practices of cultures and religions over the centuries] doctrinally [some of his views will be new and even open to question], and theologically [in terms of substance, not traditional/historically orthodox in every way] of any study Bible in existence, even if you don't see it always his way, it is still worth the effort to get one and will give you a lot to think about. Don't use it as a theology book, but use it as a reference of information as it is encyclopedic. There appears to have been some minor note editing, but still the original helpful notes are there, plus some!