Sunday, December 7, 2008

The Chronological Study Bible: NKJV Thomas Nelson

This is a very Cool Bible, with lots of commentaries & notes on just about every page. I've found this Bible very useful even though I've only had it a few days. The commentary & notes are of a historical nature, which makes this Bible nice for people of different denominations. My husband gave me the hardcover edition , it looks & feels well made. Inside of the Bible looks very cool, I love the designs. The paper is not the thin paper you find in most Bibles, but it's still thin compared to your average book.
What inside?


*Background and historical information (This is very helpful)

*Maps (Both in the Bible its self & the traditional maps at the back)

*Archeological Information

*Beliefs & customs of the time period (This also includes the Pagan/Babylonian/ Non-Israelite Beliefs & customs of the time period. Some people find this offensive but I find it very helpful in understanding what life was like in that time period)

*Artwork & Photos (very Cool)

*Science & Technology (Very Cool)


In the back of this Bible there's a topical index, a glossary, a concordance, and an index of Scripture passages and blank pages for notes. The index is very helpful to locate passages since this Bible is arranged in chronological order instead of canonical order. The index is arranged the same as your regular Bible.

New King James Version is a very nice translation & is one of my favorites. Its easy both to read & memorize.

I think this Bible would be a great Study Bible for people of any denomination. I'm Catholic & find it very useful, though I wish they made a Catholic Chronological Study Bible.

This Bible can be found at the following links.

The NKJV Chronological Study Bible Hardcover

The NKJV Chronological Study Bible Bonded Leather, Distressed Umber (Brown)

The NKJV Chronological Study Bible, Black Cherry

The NKJV Chronological Study Bible, Distressed Charcoal Bonded Leather

The NKJV Chronological Study Bible, Mahogany Genuine Leather

Friday, December 5, 2008

Thomas Nelson Blog Book Reviewer

I submitted an application to become a Thomas Nelson Book Reviewer. Which I really look forward to considering that enjoy writing reviews on . I'm making this blog to post any reviews I write, that way it will be much easier to find them.