It seems that almost daily there is a new study Bible on the market. Each one proposes to offer something special and significant that the others do not. At times, many fail to deliver on the promise of something fresh and new. The NKJV Foundation Study Bible is one of those new study Bibles that has been recently released. I really like the style of the NKJV. It is the version that I use in my pulpit ministry. It reads very well in the modern language but holds to the word structure and thought of the KJV. The NKJV Foundational Study Bible is not like other Bibles seeing that it does not attempt to give exhaustive study notes. It has a simple layout with cross-references and section titles that you would expect in a study Bible. I really enjoyed the size of this Bible. It measures approximately 8-3/4” tall, 5-3/4” wide, and 1-7/8” thick, significantly smaller and lighter than most Bibles. Individual book introductions are short and provide necessary information on the high parts of each book. This Bible does a great job of enticing the reader to want to go somewhere else and dig deeper.
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