Review of The King James Study Bible: Full Color Edition
As a member of the Harper Collins book review team, I’m reviewing the King James Study Bible: Full Color Edition
I’m always searching for content to help with my Adult Women’s Sunday school class, so I will generally review Bibles when I see them available. Over the last couple weeks, I’ve reviewed two that were advertised as full color editions: The NKJV Cultural Backgrounds Study Bible, and the one I’m reviewing today. Out of the two of them, I like the Cultural Backgrounds Bible best. It had more color photos and much better study notes. The only negative is that it’s a bigger Bible making it almost too heavy to carry around. I would use it most for study use at home and not carry it to church with me.
This Bible is the bonded leather version. Although it is a bit heavy too, it’s still comfortable enough to carry with you. The color illustrations are great and really add to the value of this Bible. It is a red letter version, with Jesus words printed in red. The print size and font are easy on the eyes and there’s ample map illustrations throughout the Bible and at the end of the book. Although I would pick the Cultural Backgrounds Study Bible over the two, I will would absolutely recommend buying this one. It’s a great Bible with the beloved King James text, and would be a great addition to anyones library.
Book: The King James Study Bible: Full Color Edition
Hardcover: 2368 pages
Publisher: Thomas Nelson (Aug 8, 2017)
I was given a complimentary copy of this book for review purposes. I was not asked to give a favorable review; all opinions are mine.