How in the world do you review a Bible? I’m in a tough spot here because I can’t be neutral in my critique because I can’t criticize the author… That may not turn out well for me; so I have decided to touch on some of the highlights to the NKJV NOTETAKING BIBLE. This Bible has a few things from the that makes it a great resource. First, I think the New King James Translation is an excellent translation. It is easy to read, literal and accurate. This translation was first published in 1980 with over 130 scholars, translators Church leaders and laity. The reason for this translation was that there was a need for an updated and understandable edition of the world’s favorite translation. Second, the 1.75inch note taking space on each page to make observations, insights, raise questions, and suggest to yourself additional exploration of the text. Thirdly, the resources at the end of the Bible, which include a 30-page concordance, full color maps, Bible reading plan, and the plan of salvation.
The only drawback to this Bible is the size of the text. Personally, I feel as though the font size is very hard to read. Aside from that I would HIGHLY recommend this NKJV NOTETAKING BIBLE to Pastors, church leaders and congregants. If you are a person who loves to take notes during sermons or devotions, then this Bible would be perfect for you.