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Item description for Holy Bible, King James Version by Zondervan Publishing...
Overview - Convenient, inexpensive edition for personal or ministry use. - Complete KJV text includes all the translators? footnotes and sectional headings. - Includes an alphabetical listing of the books of the Bible. - Also available in the New International Version and Amplified Bible.
Publishers Description This Bible contains the complete text of the King James Version. It includes an alphabetical listing of the books of the Bible, a double-column format and 7.1 point type. It is an inexpensive edition for personal or ministry use and has a convenient size for Christians who are on the go.
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Bible Binding: Paper, Flush Cut Color: Full Color Point/Type Size: 7.10 Version: KJV
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More About Zondervan Publishing
Zondervan is an American international Christian media and publishing company located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Zondervan is a founding member of the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association (ECPA).
Zondervan was founded in 1931 in Grandville, MI, a suburb of Grand Rapids, by brothers Peter ("P.J.", "Pat") and Bernard (Bernie) Zondervan, who were the nephews of publisher William B. Eerdmans. The company began in the Zondervans' farmhouse and originally dealt with selling remainders and publishing public domain works. The first book it published was Women of the Old Testament by Abraham Kuyper, in 1933.
Within a few years Zondervan developed titles of its own, and began publishing Bible editions. The Berkeley Version appeared in 1959, and the Amplified Bible in 1965. The NIV New Testament was published in partnership with the International Bible Society in 1973, and the complete NIV Bible appeared in 1978.
The company was bought by HarperCollins, a division of News Corp, in 1988, and is the company's principal Christian book publishing division.
Zondervan also publishes many other books by Christian authors focusing on topics of interest to Christians. In the 1970s it published The Late Great Planet Earth by Hal Lindsey, which has sold more than 30 million copies. They are also known for the Bible storytelling books of Ethel Barrett, Joni by quadriplegic Joni Eareckson Tada, Baptist minister and author Rick Warren's The Purpose Driven Life, which has sold more than 35 million copies, Sacred Marriage, the modern marriage classic by Gary Thomas (author), and Rob Bell, author of Velvet Elvis and presenter of NOOMA. NOOMA is a series of short spiritual films. In 2004, Zondervan expanded to include Renee Altson, Shane Claiborne, Sarah Raymond Cunningham and Margaret Feinberg, authors writing for young readers.
Reviews - What do customers think about Holy Bible, King James Version?
Terrible edition Nov 9, 2002
This is a terrible edition of the King James Bible. I can't complain about the price, but the format (like a mass market paperback), the binding, and the print type and size are impediments to using it for anything other than reference. In fact, I had to buy other bibles to read them, and have used this only as a quick reference guide.
My advice: spend the money to get a better bible.
The Holy Bible KJV Apr 4, 2000
The Bible by itself is a good and valuable book. The KJV is a good version to study. As a teacher I was looking for an economical text for my students. I was disappointed that, while inexpensive, this edition has no concordance, index, dictionary, or study guide.
THE BEST BOOK IN THE UNIVERSE!!!! Jun 15, 1998
The Holy Bible is the most popular book and the best book of all history. It is the foundation of all truth, and teaches about the Lord Jesus Christ. All people should own a copy of their own Bible. The King James Version, while slightly difficult to understand, is extremely good!!!!
The Word of God itself Jun 13, 1998
Many people still think that we should be born with a manual about how to handle life. Well, The Bible is that manual and lucky are those who possess it because in it you'll find the answer to every single problem you'll face in this life and the next. The word of God is alive and current 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. If every other book in the world fails, read this one. Its not only entertainning but a blessing itself. If you find it hard to read, there are many other books that will explain to you certain passages of the Bible, Another way is that you ask God to help you understand it, afterall he is the One who inspired its many authors. In the Bible you'll find that there is a God and that He is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow.
All That and More Apr 25, 1998
Many reviewers have not been suitably impressed with this work. A massive work, it is rare for a reviewer to read the work in its entirity. What we often see is a case of a reader finding ideas that they find troubling and not finishing the book. I myself have abandonded many books for such a reason. However this one was different as something kept drawing me back ot it. After forcing myself though the 2nd half completely, I began to grasp more fully the nature of this excellent work. Full of irony and forshadow, it takes us on many twists and turns from Eden to Patmos all the while developing one central theme. However, it is by no means in a linear fashion and only the most alert of minds will not get lost as stories are retold often from differnet points of view. Also adding to the spice of this work is the occasional appearance of portions that seem to bear no importance to the rest of the story and only begin to fit when the entire work is consumed. The Author seemed aware of these difficulties as near the conclusion, we find a character who is told "Take it, and eat it up" in reference to a book. The character finds the book to be sweet in the mouth but bitter in the belly. To be so wholly in command of the nature of ones own work is a sign of superior writing. A powerful and lasting work in its own right, this work has seen fit to inspire countless others to greater things than they might otherwise have found. Life imitating art some would say as this is the very nature of many of the characters we find within its pages. A tremendous story matched only by how well written it is upon a careful reading. Like so many symphonies of Mozart, it is the essence of balance and symmetry. Never too many words or too few, always the right amount to give the precise effect desired to the reader careful enough to study the delicate nuiances of this tremendous work.