Monday, May 8, 2017

KJV Thinline Bible

(Thomas Nelson 2017)

I normally do not review Bibles, but sometimes I come across one that seems as though it may be interesting to see how it was printed and how well it is constructed.


With this one, I found the print to be amazingly easy to read and soft on the eyes. I enjoy having Christ's words in red. It makes for easy referencing. 

The thinness of the Bible lends to the onion-like pages of older Bibles where the reader would reverently turn the pages. Instead of the soft, leather or soft, plastic covers that barely protected the book from wear, scratches, or stains, the hardback, cloth-like cover of this one has the ability to keep the contents safer.

The cover itself has a wonderful terry like feel. To me, this is a great book to give to a newer Christian or one who needs larger print.

As always, I am partial to the King James Version and the New King James Version. 

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***I received this Bible from BookLook Bloggers in exchange of an honest review***  

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