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The Chronological Study Bible is the only study Bible that presents the text of the New King James Version in chronological order—the order in which the events actually happened—with notes, articles, and full-color graphics that connect the reader to the history and culture of Bible times and gives the reader a dramatic, "you are there" experience.

Features include:
  • The entire New King James Bible with translators' notes, arranged in chronological order for absorbing and effective Bible study
  • Full-color illustrations of places, artifacts, and cultural phenomena that give you a dramatic, "you are there" experience
  • Fascinating articles that connect the Bible text to world history and culture
  • Daily Life Notes that explain how people lived in Bible times
  • Epoch Introductions and Historical Overviews that provide vivid chronological context
  • Transition Comments that set the stage and prepare you for the biblical text that follows
  • "Time Capsules" of world history that accompany the Bible text
  • Time Panels and Charts that show the flow of Bible history
  • In-text and full-page color maps of the biblical world
  • A handy scripture finder index that provides rapid access to any passage
  • Topical Index Scripture Index, Concordance, and Glossary to facilitate study
  • Dynamic One-Year and Two-Year daily reading plans—allow you to read through the Bible chronologically in one or two years.
  • Eight pages of full-color maps
  • Blank lined pages for personal notes
  • Gold page edges
  • Presentation page
  • Ribbon marker
  • 9-point text size
  • 9.75" x 6.75" x 1.75"
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Iwould like to know if the books of the Bible is still in the same order, Genesis,Exodus,etc.?

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From memory and without looking at the moment, I'm pretty sure the first five books are in the same order as usual; after that point there is a minor amount of changes because of likely timeline issues, but ultimately there is interleaving of the story of Israel as a KINGdom, mainly because there are two parallel records happening in Israel, the political record (I and II Kings) and the religious record (I and II Chronicles). After the kingdom is divided (north-Israel-10 tribes, south-Judah-2 tribes), the chronologies become even more interleaved. During the breakup of the final days, with each of the two kingdoms -- and especially with the final destruction of the kingdom of Judah -- the interleaving becomes very active: there are two major prophets during Judah's breakup, one in captivity already and one still in Judah. If you keep that in mind as you read, and take it slowly, you will find it enjoyable even though it's initially confusing. There is a lot of rich enjoyment to slowing down and giving yourself time to grasp the details, a lot to learn and benefit from. This clears up a bit as you get into the minor prophets, mainly because they're shorter books. Job, a marvelous book, is intact, as are certain other short ones like Jonah, Ruth, and Esther. In the NT, Acts and the Epistles are interleaved, as well, which ADDS TO the richness of the reading, especially with all the marginal helps that are right in place with the text. I believe the Gospels are interleaved, as well -- which only adds to the benefit you will receive as you read!
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No they are in the correct date that they were written order.
All the books are in date order.
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no it should start with 1 John 1-2, Psalm 90-2 then jump to Genesis, but the great thing is its all in the order of time as it happened. I am reading a new Chronological Bible at the moment and its really good way to learn more and deeper into the Word. I really hope you enjoy it
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It's set up differently - some are in the same order, but you may want to view the excerpt to get a better idea of how it's set up.
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Is this Bible sewn?

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Yes, although I cannot say much for its value as a study aid.
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The binding on this Bible is glued.
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