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Item description for HCSB Giant Print Ref/Hand Size-Tan Bond DuoGrain Indexed by HCSB Scripture...
Overview Compact and easy-to-read, this hand-sized Bible has the same quality features as the full-sized editions. The Jewel Verse Reference System integrates cross references into the Bible text rather than in a center column. Over 60,000 references have been carefully selected and checked, each indented in the paragraph to which it applies. This is the most conveniently arranged Bible reference system available.
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Format: Large Print
Studio: Holman Bible Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.1" Width: 6.3" Height: 1.6" Weight: 2.3 lbs.
Binding Leather, Bonded
Release Date Jun 30, 2005
Publisher HOLMAN BIBLE PUBLISHING #48
ISBN 158640153X ISBN13 9781586401535
Bible Binding: Bonded Leather Color: Tan Point/Type Size: 10.50 Version: HCSB Redlettering: Yes - Words of Jesus in Red! Boxed Presentation: Yes - Comes Boxed! Family Info Section: Yes Concordance: Yes - Built In Concordance Maps: Yes - Contains Maps Gilded: Yes - Pages are gilded! Indexed: Yes - Comes Indexed Presentation Bible: Yes
Reviews - What do customers think about HCSB Giant Print Ref/Hand Size-Tan Bond DuoGrain Indexed ?
No Slide-Tab Closure Jul 19, 2007
I recomend this bible to anyone who needs a fairly portable bible. The large print is nice for reading in darker environments like a church service with dim lights. The only problem is that there is no slide-tab closure like the product description states.
Many Excellent Elements, But... Mar 28, 2007
If you follow my reviews, you know that I am Anglo Catholic and that I lean towards the "Good News" version and the original "Revised Standard." This version of the Bible is the result of online scholarship and communication. It was also a reaction against the overly gender inclusive "New Revised Standard." The intention of the people behind this version was to create a Bible that kept up with the changes of the English language. I consider this version most akin to the "New King James." For the most part, it is surprisingly readable with updated language. It also remains respectful to the traditional wording of the text. (Quite the opposite of the lifeless 'N.I.V!') Since this is a Protestant Bible, it does NOT contain the 'Deuterocanonicals'/ 'Apocrypha.' But being that this is a Protestant Bible, we can't really hold that against it. Girls and women will appreciate the fact that the language in this version is gender inclusive TO A MODERATE DEGREE. Perhaps the greatest thing about this version is that the 'Old Testament' footage that appears in the 'New Testament' appears in bold faced type with footnotes indicating where the O.T. footage is found. This in itself makes this Protestant Bible quite useful. (Even for Catholics and Anglicans.) With all its good points though, what stops me from giving this version 5 stars is that there are some crucial mistranslations. One major problem I have with this version is that 'age' is often used in the place of 'world.' ("Romans" 12:2, and 2nd "Corinthians" 4:4 to name 2) This version tells us not to conform to this AGE, and refers to Satan as the God of this AGE. The more accurate "Revised Standard" tells us not to conform to this WORLD, and refers to Satan as the God of this WORLD.If it were not for this, I'd suggest the HCSB without reservation. While it is useful in some ways, I must hold to my belief that the "Good News" is the best for beginners, and that the original "Revised Standard" is probably the most theologically accurate version.