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John Trapp’s Commentary on the Old and New Testaments, a classic Puritan exposition of Scripture, combines explanation of the text, articulation of doctrine, discussions of controversies, and clarification of cases of conscience. Full of colorful paraphrases and captivating illustrations, Trapp’s pithy style makes him highly quotable and a handy resource preachers. As a bonus, this set contains four practical books by Trapp that are appended to various volumes:
A beautiful design, top-of-the-line study notes, historical data, and personal life application make the Toffee and Burgundy Faux Leather Hardcover King James Version Study Bible with Thumb Index the right choice for your personal Bible study.
The toffee-colored hardcover of the Bible features a burgundy appliquéd frame that is inlaid around a toffee-colored patch. The entire design is framed by a heat-debossed border with filigree corners scrolls that run along the cover's edges. The title and KJV version reference are heat-debossed on the central toffee-colored patch.
The spine is decorated with three boxes featuring elaborate heat-debossed corner scroll designs. The boxes hold the heat-debossed version reference, title, and manufacturer's imprint.
The interior pages are printed in black ink and accented with metallic gold decorative accents and gilt-edged page edges. The robust construction includes a lay-flat spine, two satin ribbon markers, and a thumb index. The double-column formatted text is presented in a 9.8-point type.
The Bible also acts as a record keeper. It includes a presentation page that can be personalized, a wedding certificate, and a family record that provides for marriages, births and adoptions, and deaths. An additional record-keeping page is dedicated to occasions to remember.
An entire section is dedicated to the history of the KJV, focusing on its tradition, text, and translation.
Study features include an introduction to every book of the Bible and personal or family devotions at the end of every chapter, thousands of explanatory study notes on the text and the archaic language, essays on 50 key teachings of the Bible, a concordance, and 8 full-color maps. There is also a section dedicated to life as a Christian that covers 37 essays.
A further interesting feature is the brief synopsis of twenty centuries of church history followed by a section on creeds catechisms and confessions. This section includes the Apostles' Creed, Nicene Creed, Athanasian Creed, Belgic Confessions, Heidelberg Catechism, Canons of Dort, Westminster Confessions, Westminster Superior Catechism, and the Westminster Larger Catechism.