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Discussion in 'Bible Versions/Translations' started by DaChaser1, Jan 13, 2012.
is it any good? As I have NEVER ever even opened one up!
I have had one for about 4 or 5 years. It's a 7.5 out of 10 on my scale. The notes are more than the verses. It has some Greek/Hebrew translations in it, and a monster concordance in the back. The drawbacks are that it promotes a "pre-Adamite" world, that one can lose/forfeit their salvation, and he seems to be a borderline "modalist". I need to get mine back out and peruse it. It only comes in the KJV, or at least it did until recently. I know of no other version the Dake's Annotated study bible comes in. BTW, I haven't had mine out in a while, so I will need to get it out and update you on it.
I have the large print, that is so huge, you need to be sitting at a table to read it. The plus to this is this; it will stop a bullitt, plus in a fight, you could really mess someone up with it. It's HUGE!!!
The Greek/Hebrew study bible by Spiros Zohiadetes(sp?) is a much better bible in my book. I have it in KJV, but in also comes in NIV and, I think, NASB.
was curious to IF his study notes reflected pre adam race, heaven was a planet, God was just a bigger version of man etc!
As had heard that it did!
I got my Dake out yesterday(sunday), and perused it for a while. I had forgotten how I liked it. Though I do not agree with everything he has in his study notes, it's handy, considering the Greek/Hebrew translations in it.