Sunday, November 2, 2014

The NKJV Study Bible: Full-Color Edition, Thomas Nelson

The NKJV Study Bible: Full-Color Edition is a comprehensive bible with vivid photography placed throughout enchancing the bible study experience. The photographs relate to significant subject matter and items from different eras spanning from The First Book of Moses called Genesis to The Revelation of Jesus Christ.

Book chapter introductions include helpful information regarding its author, date, historical background, Christ in the scriptures, outlines, and characteristics. In addition, chapters within books have sub-headings such as Ezekiel’s Vision of God, Job Prays for Relief, The Bridegroom Praises the Bride from Song of Solomon, and I Am Coming Quickly from The Revelation of Jesus Christ. Photographs capture clean and crisp pictures of ancient relics, statues, paintings on glazed brick, marble sarcophaguses, scenic views of bible era and modern day biblical cities and seas. The scriptures contain middle page cross-references and footnotes to augment studying and have a clearer translation of the English version King James Version bible “considering the history of usage and etymology of words in their contexts.”

Even though I use a King James Version bible for all initial reading and study, I found The NKJV Study Bible: Full-Color Edition is a nice complement to my ‘thee and thou’ version. Those who wish to read and study in a further clear English edition will enjoy using this newer translation version for a better understanding of the scriptures is highly recommended.

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