Following that it has 'The Ketubah Marriage Contract', a Jewish tradition designed primarily for women in a very decorative format. I've seen that in another of these Bible's and am not overly fussed about it, but others may like it. The next pages are:
Special Family Memories
My Spiritual Mothers
List of Contributors
Introduction by Dorothy Kelley Patterson
Special Definitions and Abbreviations
Articles - (Titles like 'God Cares For Women', 'The Balanced Life', 'What They Left Behind', 'Woman and Children in Biblical Narrative'
Then The Old Testament begins with a title page. Each chapter of the Bible starts with a title page which has a title explanation, info on the author, date it was written, background, themes, and outline. These vary in length - usually 3 to 4 pages before the scripture text begins. Throughout there are little boxes with quotes, charts, articles, footnotes, and maps.
Note that there is no ribbon marker in this edition.
This is a great book for people wanting to get right in and really study the word. There is a wealth of information provided to really get in depth in your study. I would definitely recommend this Bible.
Please note that I was sent a copy of this Bible in exchange for my review, which is entirely my own.
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