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KJVER Sword Study Bible/Personal Size Large Print-Burgundy Ultrasoft

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The KJVER® is "The Trusted King James in an Easy Read Format. " The KJVER® follows the KJV more closely than any other contemporary version available. The KJVER® maintains the beauty and doctrine of the original KJV and yet is easy to read for all ages because outdated words are replaced with their modern-day equivalents (for example, "Thou shalt" is replaced with "You shall" and "heareth" with "hears"). Complete Red Letter... Show More

Product Specifics

  • Item ID 533754
  • ISBN-10 162911393X
  • ISBN-13 9781629113937
  • Bible Translation KJVER
  • Bible Font Size 11.5
  • Bible Color Burgundy
  • Bible Cover Material Ultrasoft (LeatherLike)
  • Bible Red Letter true
  • Bible Indexed false
  • Bible Concordance true
  • Page Count 2352
  • Imprintable true
  • Publisher Whitaker House
  • Publication Date 2015-07-01
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1 review for KJVER Sword Study Bible/Personal Size Large Print-Burgundy Ultrasoft

  1. Montgomery Paul Webb (verified owner)

    The only KJVer editions in print now are by Whitaker. The 11.5 pt. font is easily readable. The overall production quality of this bible is very good. However, the G.E.M. editions, now out of print, have a 12 pt. font and read even more easily, but these bibles used and in good condition sell commonly for over $1,000. The KJV is by far the best Bible in English, but the archaic words can at times make the reading seem confusing. The KJVer updates archaic language, without any changes in translation. The rhythm and power are still present in the language. The Greek text of the NT used by the KJV is not the Critical Text of the modern translations, but the text of the majority of the manuscripts. The Majority Text is the true Greek text, which has been set out most adequately by Wilbur Pickering in his books, The Identity of The New Testament Text, and God Has Preserved His Text. Games were played in getting the academic community to accept the Critical Text, as set out by David Daniels in Why They Changed the Bible. The KJV also uses a linguistic equivalent translation theory, which is by far not just more accurate but more honest than the so called dynamic equivalent theory of the modern translations, which in reality is nothing more essentially than what Jerome used in making the Latin Vulgate. A person should experience the power of God in a serious reading of the Bible, which happens with the KJV, and also with the KJVer edition. The articles included with the KVer are most relevant and interesting. I give out this Bible constantly, and everyone loves it.
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