Holy Bible: King James Version

Holy Bible: King James Version

Great for all ages! All the majesty of the Authorized King James Version in a beautiful Black Leatherflex (Imitation Leather) Binding. The words of Christ are printed in red and names are written in a self-pronouncing way. This edition features an easy-to-use illustrated Bible dictionary and concordance, which adds to your understanding of the Scriptures. Full-color endpap Great for all ages! All the majesty of the Authorized King James Version in a beautiful Black Leatherflex (Imitation Leat...

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Charles Warner People don't reject the Bible because it contradicts it's self people reject the Bible because it contradicts them self's.

"Truth looks like hate, to…more
People don't reject the Bible because it contradicts it's self people reject the Bible because it contradicts them self's.

"Truth looks like hate, to those who hate truth"

We as Christians must stand up for truth based on the Holy Bible, based on the Holy Spirit not on the latest trends.

Read the good book (The Holy Bible) it will... Exercise your mind, feed your soul & bless your heart.(less)
Starfish Prime Because Christians, being part of the dominant religion in the West, have generally shown us nothing but hate and discrimination. I am not a pushy…moreBecause Christians, being part of the dominant religion in the West, have generally shown us nothing but hate and discrimination. I am not a pushy atheist, in fact I'm pretty indifferent about it, but all I have to do is identify with that "a" word and people react like I just said I'm a child molester or a terrorist or something. I don't judge people based on their metaphysical positions. All I ask is that you do the same thing in return.

Yes, I know. Not ALL Christians are bad people. I'm not a child, you don't have to remind me. In fact, I like the majority of you individually, but as a group, you discriminate against people of other faiths or of no faith wherever you're the majority religion.

I was once a young, bitter atheist like the people writing those comments, and I know the place where it comes from. It's that combination of persecution and youth that makes people say ignorant things.

And yes, we ARE persecuted. All you have to do is ASK ONE OF US what it's like. (Again, you don't have to remind me that Christians are persecuted in some parts of the world too. In the west, you're not. Period.)

Have some self awareness, Christians. If you want atheists to be kinder to you, be kinder to atheists. Ask yourself if you're the reason why atheists are so bitter.

“So whatever you wish that others would do to you, do also to them, for this is the Law and the Prophets."

- Matthew 7:12(less)

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Number of Pages:1590 pages pages

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  • Jonny
    Apr 25, 2007
    If it wasn't for the fact that some people actually took it seriously, this book would be a fantastic read. It's action packed, full of death and destruction, as well as advocating murder, vengeance, wars, sacrifice and rape, and even the stoning of adulterers and homosexuals - it's de...
  • J.G. Keely
    Jun 01, 2007
    I usually like historical fiction, but this particular example has been so mitigated by the poorly-hidden didactic tautology of its too-many-cooks legion of anonymous authors and editors that it was rather difficult to enjoy. It also fell into a similar trap to the somewhat similar 'Da...
  • Adrienne
    May 29, 2007
    This is the only book you need for life. This is life's instruction manual. It will give you history, answers for EVERY issue of life, comfort in times of sorrow, encouragment, prophecy (only book with prophecies that all came true) and best of all the TRUTH of why we are here. This bo...
  • Michael
    Feb 27, 2008
    I guess it's pretty cheeky to give the Bible a bad review, but why not? It's boring, self-contradictory, petty, and mean. I only read it out of some kind of weird obligation to understand how the other 98% lives. I did learn a lot, however. If guests come by and want to rap...
  • Laura
    Jan 03, 2011
    I decided since I had never read the Bible this was the year, so I've started. Here's what I learned: Genesis is interesting with a good narrative, and has some good funny names, like the brothers Huz and Buz. Exodus is engrossing while they're still in Egypt, but once they get out of ...
  • Dennis
    Aug 27, 2007
    Badly edited, poor continuity and internal consistency. Authors seem to change between books. Plot is cliched and thin, with virtually no character development save for Judas Iscariot. The main characters of Jesus and Moses are entirely one dimensional messianic figures. The novel open...
  • Pete
    Aug 28, 2007
    inconsistent narrative; main character seems fickle. interminably long passages about wandering, followed by some pearls of wisdom, songs, lots of war, and plenty of stonings. passages can be interpreted or misinterpreted as mysogynistic, racist, and homophobic, if the reader tries rea...
  • Jessica
    Sep 19, 2007
    The Holy, Inspired and inerrant word of God! I can say no more than READ IT! I believe in one God, the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth, and of all things visible and invisible. And in one Lord Jesus Christ, the only-begotten Son of God, begotten of the Father before...
  • Paul Bryant
    Apr 08, 2012
    I realised that in my house books follow a traditional Christian path through their lives. They arrive here from a mysterious place far away (I call it Amazon) and spend a long time downstairs (on shelves, the earthly plane of existence). Eventually they come to the Day of Judgement (w...
  • Mary
    Sep 26, 2007
    The Holy Bible?the Book of all Books. A guidebook for life: ?Thy word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path.? Explicitly shows God?s love for humanity in the sacrificial Gift of His Son ? Jesus Christ. Explains in simplicity what a man must do to be saved. ?Seek y...
  • Chris
    Jan 23, 2008
    Too much sex and violence for me. ...
  • Carrie
    Dec 26, 2007
    1 Million Bibles are sold every week.....4.7 billion sold....no other book comes anywhere near that record! It is unique. I find it strange that some say, 'I don't believe the Bible' that's like saying 'I don't believe History'...go to the British Museum and see for yourself all ...
  • Max
    Dec 25, 2007
    As a work of fiction it's laughably bad and poorly conceived. Giant logical fallacies, poor character development, and all the plots are scuttled by a magical, invisible entity that's petty, cruel, tyrannical, and amoral. There is no central narrative that is worthwhile (or even believ...
  • Shane Lusher
    Apr 17, 2008
    Poor prose, plot disjointed, internal logic flawed, no verisimilitude whatever. From a literary perspective, whether you're analyzing based on the idea that it's fiction or nonfiction. Most of it doesn't make sense. Worth reading because it's the basis of modern western civilization (a...
  • Juan Hovez
    Feb 15, 2008
    I really don't get what the big deal is. The dialouge is wooden at best, and the love stories are stapled on. The gay zombie knife fight at the top of a waterfall is almost worth slogging through the Book of Obadiah, but I admit I just skipped ahead. The One True Faith? Maybe for the R...
  • Amy
    Jun 10, 2008
    The "LDS Edition" is great because of the footnotes and reference pages at the back that make it easier to study-- but as long as it's the King James Version it is good by me! :) (I'm not a big fan of all these new-fangled Bibles where they use hip and simple words. There were enoug...
  • Chris
    Mar 08, 2008
    I felt this book had a very scattered perspective. Almost as if there were several different authors. The editing could have been better in order to eliminate the dry spots. (Begat, begat, begat, etc.... Boooooring.) Solomon's Song.... ??? What the heck was that all about. Also there w...
  • Jeff Menter
    Apr 09, 2008
    God's first foray into the world of literature has made quite a splash. People the world over are talking about this book (or series of books if you want to get pedantic) and for good reason; It makes some grandiose claims, it purports to be the complete authority on almost all areas o...
  • George
    Apr 28, 2008
    What to say about this one? Firstly, it is much longer than it needs to be to get the point across. I mean, do we really need a few thousand pages to basically communicate the ten commandments and how God is scary, and a few thousand more to communicate that Jesus is good? I think ...
  • Wes
    May 10, 2008
    Certainly not life changing or anything. The plot was hard to follow and the editing was horrible. The characters were painfully one-dimensional and this Jesus guy delivered some of the worst dialogue I've ever read. All in all I found it too long and it took itself way too seriously. ...
  • Jen
    May 14, 2008
    The Holy Bible is the written world inspired by God and written by many who walked and talked with God over the past 6000 years. The creation of man, man's fall, God's plan of salvation, the prophets, judges, kings. Christ and his disciples and his ordained Apostles and their works. Th...
  • Melanie
    Aug 10, 2008
    I just finished a 1 1/2 year study of The New Testament. I think it was my 2nd time reading it all the way through. This 2nd time through was a much more in-depth study. I loved my study and I learned so much. My favorites parts were reading about Paul and then the Book of Revelation. ...
  • Dina
    Aug 21, 2008
    If you're a fan of Greek mythology, this one's for you. A penchant for fiery places, gnashing of teeth, the number 666, miracle-working zombies, and utter disdain for homosexuals and feminism are helpful, but not required. **Spoiler alert** He dies in the end. ...
  • Manny
    Nov 22, 2009
    I've already done a review of the New Testament, so this one will focus on the first part of the book. Looking at other reviews, most of them seem to fall into a small number of categories. First, there are the people who are telling me that this is the word of God, and the greatest bo...
  • Jack Osider
    Nov 06, 2009
    I offer a a logical review for you: Okay let's be realistic here, people who give this book one star are simply biased and blind to the beauty contained in this book. Whether you believe the theology behind this book or not you cannot deny the power and brilliance it contains. The w...
  • Jo Walton
    Mar 21, 2018
    Technically a re-read, but I hadn't read most of it since I was a kid reading it in dull bits of church, and I think I must have skipped some, because I don't remember all of it. Going to review the books separately. I read the New Testament first because it was research, then went ...
  • Kim
    Mar 29, 2012
    What can you say about one of the most boring books of all time, yet still tops the charts for best-selling fiction. Firstly the writing style is atrocious. It's like twenty guys were only given part of the story and told to make it up and make it all fit. The inconsistencies are every...
  • Ian "Marvin" Graye
    Dec 23, 2011
    A Bible You Can Bank On My dear Holiness Thank you for the opportunity to let the Church's Bankers comment on such an early draft of this first Bible Project. While our familiarity with the Truth is more economical than theological, may we be so bold as to make the following r...
  • RB
    Aug 24, 2011
    The word of God? Unlikely. Inventive and full of interesting stories? Most definitely yes. But alas, I believe in Science, not fiction. Also let's not forget about all the condoning of rape, murder and pillaging that this book is full of - especially in the Old Testament. It's...
  • Eviliv3
    Aug 03, 2009
    this is by far one of the best fiction books i have read... props to the author if anyone knows who it is... ...