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NKJV Pitt Minion Reference Bible Brown Goatskin Lth Red Letter - NKJV

NKJV Pitt Minion Reference Bible Brown Goatskin Lth Red Letter - NKJV
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Product Code:  9780521132169
ISBN/EAN:  9780521132169
Publisher:  CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS

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The New King James Version is a modernisation of the King James Version of 1611. It preserves the dignified style and the word and phrase order of the KJV but replaces words and expressions no longer easily understood. The slimline Cambridge Pitt Minion format is widely admired for its compact but clear type and its elegant binding styles. In the NKJV editions the words of Christ are printed in red and there are full cross-references, a dictionary/concordance and maps. This is a Bible binding of the very highest quality, printed on very thin and light India paper, with beautiful art-gilt edges. The pages are Smyth-sewn, giving the books plenty of support and allowing them to stay flat once open. The cover is made from brown goatskin leather, a supremely supple and flexible material, which not only looks and feels good, but will last for many years. This Bible has two ribbons to keep the place and a presentation page.

Release Date: 25/02/2010

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