Do you prefer Bibles with a rich variety of resources, including contextual notes, articles and full-color graphics that help immerse you in the history and culture of Biblical times?
If so, you are going to love The Chronological Study Bible, NKJV, which is also the only New King James Version study Bible that contains the text of the Bible arranged in chronological order!
It has always intrigued me being able to read the Bible in chronological order. I was pretty excited to explore this Bible.
Wow, this is a nice Bible. The cover is gorgeous Leathersoft in a two tone blue and stone color (other colors available). The pages and I mean all the pages are full colored in an earthy parchment look. The pages are very settle in appearance as it doesn’t distract from the word as it’s very tasteful and not overwhelming. The pictures are full colored. Nice silver edging on the outside of the pages.
*The Chronological Bible is written in the NKJV and every verse is located in the nine epochs of time.
*Transition Commentary explains the placement of the chronological placement in the Bible.
*Epoch Instructions which is basically a period of time of historical events.
*Historical overviews that provide you with information of the changing times from the beginning till the end times.
*Background Notes will give you a view of the customs, cultures, religion, literature, politics, and location. This was one of my favorite features.
*Daily Life will give you a glimpse into the people, and their customs in all area of life.
*Time Panels to help you grasp the passage of time on important topics of the Bible.
*Time Capsules provide dates of important occasions inside and outside of the Biblical text.
*Time Charts organizing your study. This is a visual overview of important chronological topics in the Bible.
*Maps are located within the text and in the back of the Bible. All the maps are full color.
*Scripture References are located at the top of each page.
*Cultural and Historical Topics of the people, culture, their worship practices, jobs, literature of the time, rulers, nations, and much more.
* Glossary is located at the back of the Bible with brief description.
*Concordance and Index of Scripture Passage a full 195 page with page numbers for all the passages in chronological order.
*Daily and a two year Bible reading schedule.
*Also a ribbon bookmark to keep your place.
I would recommend that you read the first part with all the information before you dive into the Bible to help you understand the layout in the Bible.
This is an extremely nice Bible. I have enjoyed studying God’s Word with this. I wouldn’t take this to service or a Bible Study personally. I would be lost trying to find certain passages as it’s not in the same format as a traditional Bible. Other than that I am very impressed with the features.
I want to thank Thomas Nelson for offering such a nice Bible for review.
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