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Offers the convenience of a thorough, conservative- evangelical commentary on the whole Bible, along with the complete text of Scripture in a parallel column. Each page provides verse-by-verse commentary and the complete verses of Scripture. 48-quality maps help visualize the settings of key biblical events. A valuable resource for serious Bible students.


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Offers the convenience of a thorough, conservative- evangelical commentary on the whole Bible, along with the complete text of Scripture in a parallel column. Each page provides verse-by-verse commentary and the complete verses of Scripture. 48-quality maps help visualize the settings of key biblical events. A valuable resource for serious Bible students.

37 review for Holy Bible: The KJV Parallel Bible Commentary

  1. 4 out of 5

    Skylar Burris

    I'm rating the edition, not the Bible itself. If you want an extremely in-depth Bible study, this is the way to do it. Commentary is provided for the text, in parallel columns, line by line. The perspective is decidedly evangelical. At times, the interpretation seems a bit strained to fit a particular theological mold, but, on the whole, I found it very informative. The introductions and timelines for each book were also helpful. I'm rating the edition, not the Bible itself. If you want an extremely in-depth Bible study, this is the way to do it. Commentary is provided for the text, in parallel columns, line by line. The perspective is decidedly evangelical. At times, the interpretation seems a bit strained to fit a particular theological mold, but, on the whole, I found it very informative. The introductions and timelines for each book were also helpful.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Chad Warner

    Verses appear right across from each other (or very close to it), so it's easy to compare. Both versions use the same subject headings. In addition to the center references, there are textual notes (about different manuscripts, etc.). Reading two translations helps me better understand the text, especially in the case of the archaic KVJ. Verses appear right across from each other (or very close to it), so it's easy to compare. Both versions use the same subject headings. In addition to the center references, there are textual notes (about different manuscripts, etc.). Reading two translations helps me better understand the text, especially in the case of the archaic KVJ.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mike Patterson

    Excellent. Pick of the liter. Use it daily along with my giant print NASB updated edition from Foundations Publications.

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    Brandon Franks

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