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Tuesday, March 6, 2012

The American Patriot's Bible (KJV) Review

This is a review for "The American Patriot's Bible" KJV edited by Dr. Richard G. Lee.  I waited up until midnight to sign up to receive this beautiful Bible, and it was well worth the wait!!!  I LOVE this Bible!!!  It is a hard cover, over 1500 pages KJV Bible.  I thought it would be so big, that it wouldn't fit in my Bible cover, but it fit perfectly!!!  This will be such a nice Bible to pass on to the children, as it has a nice area in the front for family history (a page of Bible dedication, a page of Holy Matrimony, a page for husband and wife's family records, a page for children and grandchildren, a church record page for significant church events in the family's history, a page for special family history, ancestors of interest and more!), a map of the US, and a listing of each state and when it was admitted.  The "Seven Principles of the Judeo-Christian Ethic" are very good.

Each book of the Bible has a 1 page introduction to the book, as well as a look into America's history.  Throughout the books of the Bible, there are little tidbits of information, and different quotes from many of our history's leaders.  Interspersed throughout the Bible are 4 page color sections that are very informative (i.e. Faith of the Founders, The Bible and American Education, just to name a couple).

I love the font in this Bible--it makes it so very easy to read, along with the larger print.  This is a nice edition for early reader, through advanced readers, to be able to read.

In the back of the Bible, before the concordance, is a very helpful subject index, where you can find each of the American patriot listing, or subject and their respective page.  It also has the usual maps that are located at the back of a Bible.

The only negative I can find, is that I'm not thrilled with the page numbering on the 4 color special insert pages.  They are in groups of 4, interspersed throughout the Bible.  If I want to find a group on "The Great Awakenings", and it lists it as I-17 through 20 (for instance), I have to jump around, trying to find the correct section.  I just wish the whole Bible was numbered straight through, including the special pages.

I have used this Bible a lot, not just in my normal daily Bible reading, but also for our home education.  It is very rich with our American history, and would complement any home school curriculum.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this Bible free from the publisher through the BookSneeze®.com book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”


  1. Great review. I would want to run out a buy one if I didn't already have one.

  2. GREAT MINDS THINK ALIKE! AMEN to your comments!