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HCSB Large Print Personal Size Bible by Anonymous
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it was amazing
bookshelves: christian-non-fiction, top-picks-read-in-2018, own

A tremendously wonderful translation of the greatest book (Living Word) ever written.

The typeface is easily readable. Footnotes and study aids are clear and concise. I found it especially enlightening, footnotes depicting originating manuscripts (Greek, Hebrew, and/or otherwise) expressing variable interpretations where available.

And, endearing to me and my personality: The deeply rich purple, leather cover with diecut filigree accents.

I look forward to reading again this coming year, but in timeline chronological order.

Five INFINITY stars
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Reading Progress

January 8, 2018 – Started Reading
January 8, 2018 – Shelved
January 10, 2018 –
page 6
0.38%
January 15, 2018 –
page 12
0.77%
January 17, 2018 –
page 18
1.15%
January 22, 2018 –
page 28
1.79%
January 26, 2018 –
page 35
2.23%
January 29, 2018 –
page 39
2.49%
February 2, 2018 –
page 46
2.93%
February 4, 2018 –
page 56
3.57%
February 11, 2018 –
page 67
4.27%
February 18, 2018 –
page 78
4.97%
February 25, 2018 –
page 87
5.55%
March 11, 2018 –
page 96
6.12%
March 26, 2018 –
page 110
7.02%
May 22, 2018 –
page 221
14.09%
December 30, 2018 – Shelved as: christian-non-fiction
December 30, 2018 – Shelved as: top-picks-read-in-2018
December 30, 2018 – Shelved as: own
December 30, 2018 – Finished Reading

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message 1: by Laura (new)

Laura I have read the Bible through chronologically and loved it. Good job on finishing this year!


Pamela Thank you, Laura. It's so delightful to be in such good company. 😊 Two prior occasions, I've read through the Bible (KJ & NIV) by way of chronological book order. And once following a reading plan that toggled back and forth between Old Testament and New. Now I'd really like to read through in terms of dateline chronological, with a reference Atlas study aid.


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