Tuesday, October 9, 2018

NKJV, Ancient-Modern Bible

NKJV, Ancient-Modern Bible, Hardcover, Comfort Print One faith. Handed down. For all the saints.

By Thomas Nelson Bibles is a beautifully bound bible encased in a hard bound slipcover.  This bible is smaller sized with a small font, making it more of a personal sized bible that is easy to carry.  This New King James version bible features a new "comfort print" style of font.  

The bible features historical excerpts and passages as  full length articles.  The excepts from well known theologians, philosophers and Christian thinkers are located in the side bars separate from the main text of the bible.  This is a beautiful and useful bible.  The only downside is the extremely tiny font which makes it difficult to read even with the "comfort print".  For this reason I don't see this as a bible I will read frequently.  This bible would be perfect if it was in a larger scale, bigger with a larger font.  In the end, the usefulness of a bible depends on practical details such as font size and readability. Simply put, this bible hurts my eyes to read.  This is not going to be an issue for most readers, but it is something to consider if font size makes a difference.  As a blogger for Booklook I received a copy of this bible published by Thomas Nelson for the purpose of writing this review. 

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