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No ministry, outreach, or evangelism program can afford to be without these convenient and economical New Testaments. Features include: Plan of Salvation, easy to read print, and value pricing.
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Studio: Holman Bible Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.2" Width: 5" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 1994
Publisher Broadman And Holman
ISBN 1558195262 ISBN13 9781558195264
Bible Binding: Paper, Flush Cut Color: Full Color Point/Type Size: 9.00 Version: NKJV
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A very readable and accurate Bible version Mar 27, 2002
When I first became a Christian I was reading the NIV, but upon comparing it to the word-for-word translation in an interlinear I realized that it was not that accurate. The reason for this is the NIV follows a "dynamic equivalence" (thought for thought) translation principle. So I changed to using the NASB, which follows a "formal equivalence" (word-for-word) principle. And the NASB did match up much better to the interlinear.
But then I began to investigate the issue of Greek text type. And my research convinced me that the Critical Text that the NIV and NASB are based on was less reliable than the Textus Receptus that the KJV and NKJV utilize. So I switched to the NKJV as my primary Bible, and have been using it as such for over a decade now.
Now I know there are many KJV-onlyists who consider the NKJV to be a "perversion" of the KJV. But I have taken the time to research their arguments and have found them to be faulty. I present my counter-arguments to the KJV-onlyists' arguments against the NKJV in much detail in the section on "KJV-onlyism" in my book Differences Between Bible Versions.
In my book I quote from numerous KJV-onlyist sources. I look at their arguments against the NKJV in general along with evaluating in detail their complaints on specific verses. And I conclude that yes, there are times the NKJV is not translated as accurately as it could be, but the same could be said for the KJV. And overall, both versions are very reliable.
But the big difference between these two versions is the KJV's use of Elizabethan English can make it very difficult to understand while the NKJV utilizes modern-day English and thus is relatively easy to read. And frankly I see no reason why I should struggle unnecessary with the KJV's archaic English when the NKJV is just as accurate while so much more readable.
To conclude, the NKJV is a very readable and accurate Bible version. One can read it with confidence that they are utilizing a reliable version of the Bible. If the reader wants even more confidence in this regard, then see my Bible versions book. Along with looking at the KJV and NKJV, my book also reviews over 30 other versions of the Bible.
A little predictable Jan 14, 2002
I tend to feel that you can only really understand the Bible if you read it in Hebrew...A great deal of the meaning is lost in this poor quality english translation.
Great For All Ages...Easy To Read & Comprehend! Feb 3, 2001
This is so awesome...use it anywhere you go to witness or giveas a gift...we are using these in street ministry with teens andchildren... it is the best we have found! ... Get them here! Nancy Meadows, President/Founder Crusade For Compassion, Inc.