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The Holman New Testament Commentary offers expository explanation of the popular NIV text based on trusted, conservative scholarship. A multi-faceted a step approach leads the reader from the introduction with contemporary illustrations, through verse-by-verse commentary, to a conclusion and life application. "Deeper Discoveries" help the reader understand the most important words, phrases, and teaching of each chapter. A teaching outline helps the reader to internalize what has been read, organize its message, and prepare to share it with others. The "Final Issues for Discussion" section brings closure to the reader's study. A closing prayer personalizes the study and commits the reader to live out the truths studied. A great commentary for pastors and laypersons.
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font books are printed in

my eyesight isn't what it used to be, is the font regular or smaller? I don't want to buy something i can't read.
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The Holman Old and New Testament commentaries use a regular font (10 point or larger) and lots of white space. They are quite easy to read in my opinion. Easier than either the New American or Expositors commentaries that I use for more thorough study.
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The font featured in these commentaries is 10 point.
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