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Another Chronological Bible (this one NKJV). [It says it was formerly titled The Life and Times Historical Reference Bible - I don't know if they differ.]
This one is not divided for yearly reading. It does have a lot of additional material - so basically a study Bible. Pages 1-3 cover information "Before the Patriarchs" followed by a short introduction to the book of Genesis. Pages 4 & 5 are most of Genesis 1, but about half of each page is sidebars covering other early cultures' beliefs about creation. Page 6 is similar, but at the bottom is an additional, but very short, sidebar. Page 7 has a small timeline from 26,000 to 8000 BC. Sidebars very in types of content. If you split this 1668 pages into 365 readings you would be reading a lot of material besides the text of the Bible, so I imagine it would take longer than the One Year Chronological, where Jan 1 took less than 10 minutes.
This Bible comes with a CD including the Logos Bible for your computer, the complete NKJV text and notes (sidebars). It also has a KJV with Strong's numbering system, plus additional books such as a Bible Dictionary, Atlas, Strong's Hebrew and Greek 'Dictionaries,' and other materials.
  JS888 | Jan 21, 2017 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0718000285, Paperback)

To really understand the Bible you need to know why things happened the way they did. That means you need to know the world in which the events took place

Step back into biblical times with the So That's Why! Bible.

Learn how the Bible's history fits into the context of the ancient world--why things happened, what historical and spiritual principles were involved, and how the events related to each other. Everything you need is here--culture, religion, politics, geography, and much more!

The So That's Why! Bible includes the complete text of the New King James Version® in chronological order, and a full complement of notes and articles about the historical and cultural backgrounds of Scripture, including timelines, in-text maps, and more.

Plus an eBible™ CD-ROM is included with all of the So That's Why! Bible features, plus several unlocked reference resources (a $100 value) and more you can purchase and unlock with a toll-free call.

Special Features of the CD-ROM:

Logos Library System Bible software with full-text search capabilityThe articles, notes, and features from the pages of The So that's Why! BibleNew King James Version BibleKing James Version Bible with Strong's numbering systemNew Strong's Dictionary of Hebrew and Greek WordsNelson's New Illustrated Bible DictionaryNelson's Complete Book of Bible Maps and chartsWhere To Find It in the Bible A-Z
Plus 11 more locked titles that can be purchased and unlocked with a toll-free call!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:15:56 -0400)

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