Item description for Giant Print Reference Bible by Nelsonword...
Overview Read-along references and translations Red letter ConcordanceJ Color maps Presentation page Family registerJ 1,632 pp.
The majestic King James Version in popular giant print. Giant print makes Bible reading easier, more enjoyable for everyone who spends time in the Scriptures. Our best-selling King James Version edition, this classic easy to find with its attractive packaging.
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Format: Large Print
Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.67" Width: 7.66" Height: 1.86" Weight: 2.56 lbs.
Binding Leather, Bonded
Release Date Aug 1, 2000
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 0840707738 ISBN13 9780840707734 UPC 020049003459
Bible Binding: Bonded Leather Color: Burgundy Point/Type Size: 13.00 Version: KJV 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! Giant: Yes - Giant Type Print
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Reviews - What do customers think about Giant Print Reference Bible?
The greatest book ever written May 9, 2008
This large print bible is excellent. It is very easy to read. I would recommend it highly to anyone, especially the elderly or those whose vision is not the best.
King James Big print Bible Jun 28, 2006
Bible is great just a light blue cover no problem,enjoy reading with good size letters
The Baroque Bible in a solemnly grand paperback Aug 31, 2001
For Gibbon-thumping Milton fans like myself, it's troubling to have to experience the poetic majesty of the King James Bible through some sorrily-printed Zondorvan or Nelson edition, especially as it is likely to be larded with commentary of the most dubious (considered archaeologically or theologically) nature. There's always "The Bible Designed to Be Read as Living Literature," but who wants to be cheated by abridgment (to say nothing of RSV substitutions)? This lovely Ivy Books paperback is the perfect answer to this dilemma. Its virtue is to present the KJV in a readable format, sans additions of any kind, with a majestic veined-granite cover. It places the Bible as a book among other books, without making it humble. A comfort in the hands and easy on the eyes, this edition allows the majesty of this Renaissance cathedral of Words to speak to the reader with all the billowing grandeur of its majestic style and substance. Nor would it seem cheaply out of place in a place of worship. Whether one seeks literary or divine intoxication, this edition is worthy of one's affection.
Excellent book! Feb 4, 2000
Wonderful version of this age old and fabulus crutch. Explore the limits of who we are - where we come from and how we shold treat each other.
Theoretically this is morality. Politicians take note: Read this and learn from it. Everyone could (and should) take a page from this book. It would be a lot smaller. Not to be taken lightly or literally. Scholars will learn the lessons and forget the words.
The final point is: If you can't find someone to blame well then just blame it on God. Perhaps you should buy numerous copies to prop up your life when the good word just isn't working. When did it become necessary for a new version anyway? I guess politically correct has even gotten to the religious right. Did we find any new clues along the way?
Faithful Translation of the Word of God Feb 26, 1999
I have studied some Greek and the original texts, and I must say many modern bibles are corrupting the Word of God, no only in the unliteral translations but faulty originals they use. The King James Version is faithful, both in being literal and using authentic texts. The New King james Version is faithful in this attempt, the only changes being bringing the bible into more modern, but still respectful, English, and a few clarifications of words which have changed their meanings. I recommend it to all Christians.