Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Airship Genesis Kids Study Bible - A Review

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A Review

I am looking at a well-designed Bible, though probably more of a Devotional Bible, than a Study Bible.  The following screen grab from Amazon.com gives some hint of what is available - Amazon has additional page views for examination as well:

This edition is a hardbound book using the New King James Version Bible. Though directed by the capable hand of Dr. David Jeremiah; other authors contributed to the final product, including Robert J. Morgan, one of my favorite devotional writers. However, the authors of individual articles are not indicated.  The book has a Spaceship look throughout, with the comments found throughout the book labeled and typed in a science fiction type of font that might be seen on such shows as Star Trek or Star Wars display screens or during the opening and closing credits - a font that should appeal to the pre-teen or young teen.   Notes are in color - some used just for highlighting, others to illustrate the contents of the notes. The combination of fonts, colors, and illustrations should appeal to the young people this Bible is designed for.

The Bible would fit well into the church library or the middle school classroom.  It would also be a suitable gift for the middle school child beginning to read or study the Bible for his- or herself.

This review is based on a free copy provided by the publisher for the purpose of creating this review.  The opinions expressed are my own.

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