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KJV Thinline Bible (Nelson)

Thomas Nelson

$19.99 - $29.99
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Thomas Nelson
5-3/4 x 9 x 3/4"
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The Thomas Nelson KJV Thinline Bible is lightweight and convenient—ideal for everyday use. Striking the perfect balance between portability and readability, the KJV Thinline Bible fits easily in purses, backpacks, or glove compartments. Wherever you’re going, the KJV Thinline Bible is built to travel with you. This easy-to-carry Bible comes with features that will enhance your reading experience, including beautifully-designed covers, an all-new typesetting in the elegant and readable Thomas Nelson Comfort Print KJV font, double ribbon markers, and the words of Christ in red.

Features Include:
- Exclusive KJV Comfort Print®, Beautiful New Thomas Nelson KJV Font
- Easy-to-read, 9 Point Type
- Words of Christ in Red
- Presentation Page
- Translator’s Preface to King James
- Gilded Page Edges
- Two Ribbon Markers
- Topical Sub-Headings
- One Year Bible Reading Plan
- 30 Days with Jesus
- Full-color maps
- Lifetime Guarantee from Thomas Nelson

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What are Comfort Print® Bibles?
Imagine how much more enjoyable the Bible reading experience would be if one didn’t have to strain to read it. Thanks to new, easy-to-read Comfort Print® Bibles from Thomas Nelson, eye fatigue will no longer cut short readers’ time in God’s Word. Designed with great precision and purpose, the exclusive new Comfort Print® Bibles by Thomas Nelson allow readers’ eyes to flow smoothly along the lines of text so they can take in more of the story.

The newly designed KJV Bibles feature the custom Thomas Nelson KJV Font, designed by 2K/DENMARK, a company renowned for their decades of experience in Bible typesetting and design. Their founder, Klaus Krogh, was inspired in his creation of the KJV font by the font used in one of the earliest Thomas Nelson Bibles from the 1840s, which he discovered in Edinburgh, Scotland. 2K/DENMARK’s Bible typefaces “are designed to serve one purpose; to contain the message of the Word of God.”