This Bible is designed to help one study the Bible. Each book of the Bible starts with an introduction summary and a “how to study” section for that particular book. There are brief notes like in any study Bible throughout each book, and also highlight sections to provide more insight into some of the chapters. For those just getting started in the study of God’s Word, this Bible can help them to not feel so intimidated by taking their hand so to speak and walking through the study with them.
There are also topical articles sprinkled throughout the Bible if one wanted to study a particular topic. Some of the topics include: God the Father, covenant, sanctification, salvation, and church. There is also a brief “what happened” between the Testaments. A concordance and some maps are included in the back.
Overall, this is a good Bible for someone who wants to get started with Bible study and isn’t sure where to start. It is in the New King James version, which is a reliable translation that is more word-for-word.
*I was sent a copy of this Bible free from the publisher through the BookLook Bloggers program in exchange for my review.