KJV New Defenders Study Bible

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This study Bible provides a handbook for a solid defense of the accuracy, integrity, and inspiration of the Bible, a seven-day creation, and Jesus as God's incarnate son.



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Pages   2153
Dimensions:   Length: 10.1" Width: 7.3" Height: 2"
Weight:   3.2 lbs.
Binding  Leather, Bonded
Release Date   Feb 28, 2006
Publisher   Thomas Nelson
ISBN  0529121662  
EAN  9780529121660  
Point/Type Size: 0.00


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KJV New Defenders Study Bible  Jan 3, 2007
The customer enjoyed this Bible emencely. I am pleased with the seller.
 
Examination by an owner of the first Defender's Bible  Aug 26, 2006
I imagine that some people are wondering what's different about the New Defender's (ND) compared to the original Defender's (OD). Here is my examination.

-The Main Text: It's the same double column but with no center margin references. Thus the text seems larger. There seems to be a lot more editorial section headings. For example, each of the seven vials in Revelations are split into chunks of text with the corresponding headings (ex. "First Vial," "Second Vial," etc.). There are end-of-verse notes that direct the reader to related passages and define archaic words. The definition of archaic words and phrases might be helpful, but the text seems more cluttered because of the in-text reference marks. The definitions of archaic words seem fairly accurate and conservative (ex. "servants of righteousness" is NOT defined as "slaves of righteousness" as in modern Bibles, neither is "superstitious" defined as "religious" in Acts 17:22. BUT "world" is defined as "age" in numerous places {some Christian scholars argue that "aeon" means "world [as an aspect of time]"} and "dragon {tannin}" is sometimes defined as a contemporary animal {how unfortunate in a "creationist" Bible}, and "Lucifer" is defined as "literally, Day Star", however any KJV with the original translator notes would have this alternate definition for "Lucifer"). The definitions are given in British English (ex. "armour" instead of "armor"). The ND also retains italics indicating words supplied by the translators, whereas the OD does not. Exotic names are spelled out using the "self-pronouncing method" (ex. "Zedekiah" is "Zed-e-ki'-ah"). This might be helpful to some, but I found that it clutters the text. The OD text, which does not have in-text-references, italics, and self-pronouncing names, seems to flow better. If you're keen on readability, the OD might be better. If you're keen on information for study purposes or if you are new to KJV's archaisms the ND is might be better.

-Appendices: There are new sections (ex. "The Creationist Faith of Our Founding Fathers," and "A Creationist's Defense of the KJV"). Whereas the layout of the OD seems to have more white spaces (wasted spaces, perhaps) the new layout of the Appendices looks sleeker and compact. In defending the KJV in the appendix, Morris takes the moderate position that the KJV should be used because it's the most reliable and well-written translation available for English speakers today.

-Study Notes: The font is noticeably larger than that of the OD. In fact, the font size of the notes is the same as that of the main text. The majority of notes remain the same. Some new notes are added and some old notes are expanded. Whereas the OD has many pages with no notes (in certain parts of the Old Testament), the ND has notes on almost all the pages. There seems to be more notes on archeological discoveries. However, some alleged contradictions of numbers (ex. between 2 Chronicles 9:25 and 1 Kings 4:26), which could be resolved upon close examination, are still unfortunately explained away as scribal errors.

-Size of the Book: The ND is considerably thicker than the OD (the genuine leather edition is slightly over 1.5 inches {4cm} in thickness).

-Subjective Conclusion: The New Defender's is a better "study Bible" than the original Defender's. Yes, the main text is harder to read (not harder to see), but it contains more information. The study notes, since they are the same size and font as the main text, can sometimes overpower the main text, especially on a page where the notes take up most of the space on the page. I read another KJV with plain text and large font when I just want to read the main text. For study purposes, I make this New Defender's my primary choice.
 
Magnum Opus of Dr. Henry Morris  Aug 10, 2006
This study Bible is the lifetime achievement of the late Dr. Henry Morris of Creation Research in California. This edition is the 2nd edition that is several hundred pages longer and more comprehensive. He finished this work before he died and it is a work of art. The notes essentially are intelligent and fair commentaries on the Text of the KJV Bible, which text is set in easy to read format. The entire Bible is reader friendly and contemporary in visual appearance. The page notes under the text are detailed and comprehensive, not copying any other Study Bible. There is limited scientific vocabulary referring to weaknesses of pantheism and evolutionary theory, but Dr. Morris shines in his comments on New Age, cults, End-times [financial global controls-James chapter 5] etc. After the Bible text notes are dozens of pages of commentary on World Religions and currect issues. The entire project is well-done, and any conservative-oriented theological student will be pleased. It is not a legalistic approach, but definitely a straightforward and no-compromise approach with deep intelligence [Dr. Morris had 3 Doctorates].
 
Amazing! Now my main Study Bible!  Jul 20, 2006
These days it seems few people prefer the King James Version. But is seems to be a fact that the best Bible scholars are the ones that grew up back in the day reading and memorizing the King James. You may prefer the NIV for casual reading, but please don't miss out on this easy to understand, conservative, wonderful Study Bible just because it's the KJV! If you love the Word of God, You will love this Bible! Check out this example:

Genesis 16:7 (from the story of Hagar) "And the angel of the Lord found her by a fountain of water in the wilderness, by the fountain in the way to Shur."

Here is what Dr. Morris says about this verse: "16:7 angel of the LORD. This is the first specific reference to angels in Scripture (though angels are called the "sons of God" in 6:2). Here it is "the angel of the LORD [Jehovah]," specifically identified ( 16:13) as Jehovah Himself. The term "the angel of the LORD," therefore, seems often to refer to Christ Himself in a theophany."

Reviewers Note: Theophany means: Any direct, visual, manifestation of the presence of God.

I chose this example because I am particularly intrigued by the presence of Jesus throughout the Old Testament! Dr. Morris sites may more example of this amazing fact!
 
A Great Scientist and Bible Scholar  Mar 4, 2006
Dr. Henry Morris is a scientist of the first rank and a Bible scholar of the same. He would never say this about himself, however, which is another mark of this greatness. His humble yet exacting approach to the Bible and its claims is elucidating. I have been reading the first Defender's Study Bible through cover to cover since my wife got it for me and I am excited about receiving this new edition so I can do the same with it.

Time is precious and I can recommend no other study Bible more highly. If the Bible is true then it should be borne out by evidence and it is! Although the KJV is 16th-17th century English I consider this a benefit in that it helps me better understand the language of the seminal documents of our nation like the Declaration of Independence. The KJV is also very beautiful in its rendition.

If the New Defender's Study Bible is better than the first version it is a MUST have for your library.
 

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