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The NKJV Unapologetic Study Bible cuts through today’s most complicated and confusing issues and offers the clear, timely, relevant answers you are looking for. With timely articles, thoughtful book introductions, insightful quotations, and profiles on some of history’s most unapologetic defenders of the faith, this is a Bible that won’t leave you guessing. The NKJV Unapologetic Study Bible will equip, encourage and embolden you to be a catalyst for spiritual renewal in your home, workplace, and community. Solid rock answers for a shifting sands world.
- Book Introductions: Provide key passages and background information for each book
- Articles: Over 220 articles placed near relevant Scripture passages bring keen biblical insight to the current issues of the day
- Quotations: Over 60 quotations from historical figures help you understand, first, that the issues of the day are not new; and second, that wise people throughout history have been challenged to live by biblical standards, just as we are today
- Unapologetic Profiles: Over 40 profiles of historical figures inspire you with biblical faith lived out in the face of seemingly impossible circumstances
- Indexes: Categorize each of the above features to assist you in a topical study of the issues that matter to you
- 8.9-point print size
NKJV Unapologetic Study Bible was a Bible that I kind of had mixed feelings towards. Of course, there were obvious things I loved about this book; the beautiful hardcover backing, the 8.9-point print, and the font this Bible used.
The one main thing I loved about this book is it’s clear, no apology approach to God’s word. This Bible uses a, tell it like it is approach to answer major topics like; adultery, government, abortion, etc…
The one part of this Bible that I was unsure about, was the fact that it uses articles from the Kairos Journal. Although, I haven’t had any other experience with the Kairos Journal, I do like how there is an in-depth description of what the Kairos Journal is. After further reading over the doctrinal statement, I cannot fully agree with the Kairos Journal, as I believe the Bible differs from some of the said statements.
While the Unapologetic Study Bible is a good Bible for reading His word, I feel it is not a great study Bible and would not use it as such. If you are truly wanting a study Bible, I feel there are other Bibles that do better to help you learn God’s true word.
If you would like to check out this Bible, you can on Thomas Nelson’s website or on Amazon.