KJV Word Study Bible published by Thomas Nelson ~ Review

My Review:

This study Bible is wonderfully bound in man made materials, with red letter text, a concordance, and 1,700 small studies on the meanings of Hebrew, Greek, and Aramaic words and cross references to their location in Strongs.

This study bible is well laid out, and the text is of good size, making for unstrained reading. I was excited by the large, but not exhaustive concordance, as the one in my current Bible is rather limited. I did notice though that because of the keywords and translations, there weren't the typical footnotes and cross-references which may take some getting used to, especially if you are used to having them.

I really enjoyed the keyword studies, they were concise, and I looked forward to coming across an underlined word and being able to look up the original word roots.

Overall, this would be a great introductory to infusing your studies with more Hebrew, Greek, Aramaic root meaning, especially if Strong's is intimidating. A a great resource and study bible, perfect for people like me who want to study the root languages, but don't fancy carrying a Strong's Concordance around everywhere.

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