KJV Giant-Print Personal Sized Reference Bible Bonded Leather
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KJV Giant-Print Personal Sized Reference Bible
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If you want the readability of a giant print with an easy-to-carry size, here?s the Bible you?ve been looking for. With a generous 11.5-point type, reading God?s Word is easier and more enjoyable than ever! You don?t have to sacrifice references for readability either.
The King James Version Personal Size Reference Bible, Giant Print, offers an extensive end-of-verse reference system help you unlock the riches of Scripture. Book introductions and outlines, concordance, and maps offer additional resources for getting the most out of your Bible study. This easy-on-the-eyes edition offers lasting value in an affordable package. Plus, it comes with a lifetime guarantee.
- Font Size: 11.5pt
- End-of-verse cross reference system unlocks the riches of the Bible
- Complete introductions and outlines for every book
- Concordance for locating key passages
- 8 pages of full-color maps
- 4 page presentation section
- Thumb Indexed
- Double-column format
- Topical running heads
- Words of Christ in red
- Ribbon marker
KJV Giant-Print Personal Sized Reference Bible by Zondervan was published by Zondervan in April 2004 and is our 4408th best seller. The ISBN for KJV Giant-Print Personal Sized Reference Bible is 9780310922025.
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Details for KJV Giant-Print Personal Sized Reference Bible
|Author / Artist||Zondervan|
|Book Format||Bonded Leather|
|Publisher||Zondervan (April 2004)|
|Edition||Large Print edition|
|Number of Pages||1888|
|Page last updated||15th October 2017|