The NKJV study bible is published by Thomas Nelson. The main marketing point on this Bible was that it was full color, but honestly that mostly means that some notes are in a colored background, and introductions to books have pretty pictures relating to a verse in that book. The maps are spread out through the Bible and collected at the back of the book. There is an index, concordance, list of the parables of Jesus, and several other similar charts. The print is very very tiny yet the Bible is very thick and heavyweight, which was kind of disappointing, but there are a lot of notes. I was really glad to see that this was the New King James Version too; it's one of my personal favorite translations, and I am so glad to have an edition with many notes. I would just enlarge the letters so I can read it better and darken the black of the print so it's easier to see. I love that there are several maps and that they are woven throughout the Bible so that I don't always have to flip to the back, but if I did, it's great to know that I can find them all in one place. Overall, bringing the charts and tables, commentary and concordance, NKJV and notes all together in this one Bible was a fantastic idea. Just be aware that's it is very heavy!
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