This Week We Have a Special for You
When reading conditions are difficult, whether it be low light or impaired vision, a large print Bible can greatly improve the accessibility of Sacred Scripture.
Unfortunately, quality large print Bibles often lack many of the features a smaller Bible might have and they can cost a lot more; sometimes between sixty and seventy dollars.
But now we have a large print Bible that has it all.
- thumb index
- bonded leather
- 15pt type
- gold edges
- sacramental and family history section
- Revised Standard Version (recommended by Jeff Cavins for Bible study).
And one of the best features is that you can save ten bucks and get it now for only $39.95. This Bible is printed by Oxford University Press in association with Scepter Press so you it meets the highest standards in orthodoxy and quality. Get one for yourself today or buy one and save it as a gift for Christmas.
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