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NKJV Compact Ref/Snap Flap-Blue Bond S/S

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Item description for NKJV Compact Ref/Snap Flap-Blue Bond S/S by Lorraine Johnson-Coleman...

Here is a carry-along edition of the New King James Version that's packed with a wealth of references and useful study helps. This space-saving volume fits easily in briefcases, totebags, and backpacks. The best combination of compact size, easy-to-read type, and affordability.

Over 60,000 center-column references
96-page concordance
Full-color study maps
Words of Christ in red
Presentation page
Center-column notes
Gilded page edges

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Item Specifications...

Studio: Thomas Nelson
Pages   1504
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 6.69" Width: 5.08" Height: 1.54"
Weight:   1.1 lbs.
Binding  Leather
Release Date   Jul 1, 2002
Publisher   Thomas Nelson
ISBN  0785202099  
ISBN13  9780785202097  

Bible Binding: Bonded Leather
Closure: Snap-Flap
Color: Navy Blue
Point/Type Size: 7.00
Version: NKJW
Redlettering: Yes - Words of Jesus in Red!
Concordance: Yes - Built In Concordance

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Well Written  Nov 19, 2006
Giving you a brief rundown of where I stand, I think the "Good News" is the best for beginners. I have respect for the original "King James," but even the Anglican Church will say that it is not the most accurate version. I like the "Living" version, but I would only suggest that version if you are well grounded in your faith, and already have an encyclopedic knowledge of the Bible and why the different books were written. I have respect for the "New American" version, but it's not my favorite. The "New Jerusalem" demonstrates really impressive scholarship. The Bible I use most myself is the original "Revised Standard." The only version I really don't like is the "New International Version." That brings us to the subject at hand. Like the "Revised Standard," the "New King James" is derived from the original "King James." While I don't feel the "New King James" is as accurate as the "Revised Standard," the "New King James" is well written. To a surprising extent, the "New King James" maintains the poetic beauty of the original "King James" while at the same time updating the language. One particular thing this version corrects is that in the original "King James," Isaiah and Elijah have different names in the New Testament. Isaiah becomes Esaias, and Elijah becomes Elias. The "New King James" keeps the names of Isaiah and Elijah the same throughout. My only real complaint is that in this version, Satan is referred to as the 'God of this age' in Paul's 2nd letter to the Corinthians while the more accurate "Revised Standard" refers to him as the 'God of this world.' I'll conclude by saying that while I don't use the "New King James" as much as the "Revised Standard," the "New King James" is still a great version.
it was what i was looking for  Oct 23, 2005
sup everyone, yeah this bible was what i was looking for so it helped me out alot. ummm its small enough to fit in my cargo pocket {military uniform} yet big enough to still enjoy. now the snap flap does get in the way sometime when your studying like going back and forth through the book but other then that its straight. i like the snap though cause it protects the pages from like bending and getting torn you know. the pages are thin though so yeah, but im not complaining. still, really great book, deserves 5 stars.
Just the right size!  Sep 9, 2005
I needed a copy of the NKJV and this one fit the bill. It is the perfect size. It fits in my purse and I can take it with me anywhere!
You get what you pay for  Dec 31, 2004
I've gone through two of these Bibles (one with a snap flap, the other without) in 6 years. They last about 3 years each. The bonded leather cover simply does not last, even under optimal conditions. It breaks down and bleeds if it gets even slightly damp, cracks after flexing repeatedly (especially the snap flap version) and generally falls apart.

This is unfortunate, because the text itself is very well done. The pages are durable, don't stick together, and clearly readable. There's a useful concordance in the back, as well as references and indexed maps.

I am aware that this Bible is available in hardcover as well, and would recommend that you buy that instead if you want this edition at all. Anything will last longer than the leather bound version.

Instead of this edition, I would recommend an alternative. The Pocket Concord Reference Bible (Cambridge University Press, only KJV as far as I know) is of massively superior workmanship. If you want a small Bible, get that one instead.
Great Purchase!  Jun 5, 2004
Wonderful little Bible with surprisingly readable text. The largest, most readable text I have seen in a Bible this size. Extremely handy Bible that you can take with you anywhere, and being the NKJV you know it is a reliable version. Great Bible both in price and print!

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