|Bible Beat February 2013|
|Written by Production|
|Monday, 14 January 2013 03:11 PM EST|
Part of Thomas Nelson’s “Signature Series,” the Providence Collection Family Bible ($59.99) includes approximately 200 full-color illustrations of biblical events from the Providence Collection. Readers of this keepsake Bible can record their family tree, faith events, special memories and more in its family record section. Readers can also chronicle prayer requests, praise reports and favorite Bible passages. Other features are: the complete text of the New King James Version, easy-to-read, 9-point type, top-of-page subject headings, footnotes and pages to record prayer requests, praise reports, and favorite verses and songs.
Barbour Publishing’s The KJV Study Bible: Women’s Edition comes in a leather-like format and includes approximately 6,500 contemporary notes for greater understanding of the King James Bible, along with dozens of topical study outlines especially for women. With individual book introductions and a combined dictionary concordance, this women’s edition Bible releases Feb. 1 and retails for $39.99.
Holman Bible Publishers expands its Holman KJV Study Bible offerings Feb. 1 with the various options, including the blue/taupe simulated leather edition with indexing ($69.99) and without ($79.99). The study Bible is modeled after its HCSB Study Bible, which won a Christian Book Award from the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association. It features 15,000 study notes, 141 photos, 62 timelines, 59 maps, 20 articles and essays and more.