Bible Review: NKJV Acient-Modern Bible



NKJV Ancient-Modern Bible: One Faith, Handed Down, For All The Saints; published by Thomas Nelson, is a Bible designed to bring together the knowledge of the past, present and utilize it to transform the future of those blessed to turn its pages.

Utilizing the wisdom from such scholars as: Eugene Peterson, Johannesburg Brenz, Bruce Waltke, James Bryan Smith, Victorian Strigel, Warren Wiersbe, Charles Spurgeon, John Calvin, John Wesley, C. S. Lewis, and so many others, this Bible has the potential to change the way its readers look at and absorb the knowledge of scripture and how it effects their relationship with Christ.

Turning the pages of this Bible, you will find new book introductions, biographies of notable church leaders, full color maps, and beautiful depictions of art that have crossed the span of time and history, lists of church creeds, and special scripture lists for various seasons.

In my personal journey through through this Bible, I find only two deficits at this point. While this Bible features the Thomas Nelson NKJV Comfort Print typeface, it is brought forth a little minute for the average reader, and the words of Christ are not presented in red.

All in all, this Bible has the potential to be a powerful asset towards the growth of.  those who possess it within their lives, thus it is a recommended purchase.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

Published in: on October 5, 2018 at 10:29 pm  Leave a Comment