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KJV Personal Concord Imitation Lthr Tan
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KJV Personal Concord Imitation Lthr Tan

Cambridge University Press
Language: English
ISBN: 9780521702515
Item #: BK-CKRIT

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KJV Personal Concord Edition: Imitation Leather in Tan. This edition offers a collection of...
KJV Personal Concord Edition: Imitation Leather in Tan. This edition offers a collection of study aids usually only found in larger Bibles. Produced to approximately the same size as an old Cambridge favorite, the Cameo Edition, this is actually the highly respected Concord Reference Bible reduced in size; smaller and lighter--yet just as useful a companion.
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KJV Personal Concord Edition: Imitation Leather Tan

  • Bible Paper
  • Red-Letter Text
  • Bold-Figure Cross-References
  • Translators' Preface
  • Glossary
  • Ribbon Marker
  • Concordance
  • Dictionary
  • Pronunciation Marks
  • 15 Color Maps
  • Presentation Page
  • Gilt Edges
  • Page Size: 4(1/2) x 6(7/8)
This edition offers a collection of study aids usually only found in larger Bibles.

Produced to approximately the same size as an old Cambridge favorite, the Cameo Edition, this is actually the highly respected Concord Reference Bible reduced in size; smaller and lighter--yet just as useful a companion.

This edition features red-letter text for the words of Christ. The text is compact yet clear, and the Bible has the same layout and pagination as others in the Concord 'family'--thorough cross references, pronunciation marks, a glossary, concordance, dictionary, and maps.
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