Thursday, February 16, 2017

NKJV Notetaking Bible Review

The NKJV Notetaking Bible is designed to enhance personal Bible study as well as preparation for teaching and preaching. The Bible contains the popular New King James Version in a single-column setting. Abundant space is provided with a 1.75 inch note taking space on each page to make observations, record insights, raise questions, and suggest to yourself additional exploration of the text.

The Bible includes a 30-page concordance, eight four-color maps, a one-year Bible reading plan, presentation page, plan of salvation, and a Preface to the New King James Version.

Available through B&HLifeway, and other retailers

My Take:
This Bible is a full size, New King James Version text with space on right and left margins for note-taking. I am one of those people who take alot of notes during sermons and Bible study time, so this Bible is perfect for people like me. 
The Bible also has a Bible reading plan and a concordance in the back.
One draw back is that the print is quite small which makes it harder to see. The pages are also thin, so it's important to use the proper medium to take notes so as to not bleed through.
Liking this Bible will ultimately be a matter of personal preference. It has its advantages and disadvantages, so it really depends on what your liking for. But if what you want is a place to take notes in the margin, this one week serve its purpose. There is enough room to take small notes, not necessarily a whole sermons worth.  

I was blessed with this Bible courtesy of B&H Bloggers and Lifeway to review. All opinions are my own and I was not asked to review positively.

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