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KJV - Red Letter Addition


The Dake Annotated Reference Bible is like no other study Bible on the market. A lifetime of study and painstaking research went into it. The Dake Bible has 35,000 commentary notes, 500,000 cross/chain references and 9,000 outline headings. In essence the Dake Bible gives you more resources for personal study than you’ll find in any other Bible. Period!


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In other words, the Dake Bible is the ultimate tool to help you truly understand Scripture and “rightly divide the word of truth.” The general principle Finis Dake adhered to throughout the Dake Bible is that of literalizing instead of spiritualizing. Statements of fact and historical accounts are accepted as such. THE RULE OBSERVED IS: Take the Bible literally wherein it is at all possible; if symbolic, figurative, or typical language is used, then look for the literal truth it intends to convey. If you want the best study and reference Bible, then sooner or later you’re going to own a Dake, a “Dake Annotated Reference Bible!” Why not now?

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