Friday, April 21, 2017

Book Review - Thomas Nelson KJV Thinline Bible

Thomas Nelson
King James Version
Compact Thinline Bible

Disclaimer:  I received this Book from the publisher, Thomas Nelson, for free to read and review through the blogger review program at BookLook Bloggers. I was not required to give a favorable review only an honest review, nor was I compensated for my review.  All thoughts and comments in this review are my own.

The Bible I will be reviewing today is gorgeous!  It is very soft Burgundy/Brown Leathersoft.  It really looks and feels luxurious.  It is compact, which means it is small enough to fit into a backpack or purse.  I thought at first the print size would be too small for my senior eyes, but was pleasantly surprised.  The font, although small to accommodate the size of the Bible,  is very crisp and clear.  In this particular Bible they used the Thomas Nelson KJV font. 

The words of Christ are in red.  It has several full-color maps in the back and a presentation page in the front, making it easy to give as a gift. At the time of my review, graduation is not very far away and this Bible would be a great gift to give, especially to the collage-bound student.

It has beautifully gold gilded page edges and a double ribbon marker.  The inside of the Bible has a contents page with all the books of the Old and New Testament listed along with their page numbers, making it easy even for the novice Bible reader to find the correct book and page.  Each chapter is divided into subtopics.  In the back of the Bible is a one year reading plan and 30 days with Jesus! It comes in a protective box sleeve.

I am very impressed with this Bible due to its compact size along with its quality.  It is a very convenient size to easily take with you.  Although there are several Bible Apps available, there is something comforting about holding the Word of God in your hands.

The only downside  is:  there are no references so if you are into Bible studying you would need to find an appropriate Study Bible…which you can find at Thomas Nelson. 

In my opinion you can’t beat the quality of a Thomas Nelson Bible!

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