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The Complete Commentary on the Whole Bible (Special Exclusive Nook Edition): All 6 Volumes of the Bestselling Commentary on the Whole Bible & Exposition of the Old and New Testaments

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

146 out of 148 people found this review helpful.

Worth much more than $3

I am a student of the bible and use many resources for study. I have used the hardbound version of this commentary because of its reputation. Since this is a Nookbook, navigation is done through links. There are only 7 links. One for the table of contents (which is a se...
I am a student of the bible and use many resources for study. I have used the hardbound version of this commentary because of its reputation. Since this is a Nookbook, navigation is done through links. There are only 7 links. One for the table of contents (which is a several page list of links for every chapter of the Bible) and 6 (which correspond to the 6 volumes in the series). The problem is, for instance, I was looking for the 5th chapter of James. If use the Table of Contents, then I have to navigate through 12 pages to find the link for James 5 and because I use the smallest font - with cheaters :) - trying to hit the link was a bit challenging. If, however, I use the 6 links that are clustered, I only get as close as Acts and then need to turn 2100 pages to get to James 5. Which leads to my other complaint, there are no page headers, so you don't know what book/chapter/verse you're on by looking at the top of the page. As Nookies know, bookmarks also don't contain this info. One solution after I found the chaper is to highlight one of the first words and make a note that reads James 5. Having said all that, I keep in mind that I only paid $3 for it AND it contains the entire contents of the 6 volumes.

posted by MinnHarry on April 23, 2011

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5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

????

Problems with getting the commentary to open up. The reader couldn't read it. Tech support had the same problem. Once issue has been corrected, can write a betterreview.

posted by 13153866 on July 18, 2012

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  • Posted April 23, 2011

    Worth much more than $3

    I am a student of the bible and use many resources for study. I have used the hardbound version of this commentary because of its reputation. Since this is a Nookbook, navigation is done through links. There are only 7 links. One for the table of contents (which is a several page list of links for every chapter of the Bible) and 6 (which correspond to the 6 volumes in the series). The problem is, for instance, I was looking for the 5th chapter of James. If use the Table of Contents, then I have to navigate through 12 pages to find the link for James 5 and because I use the smallest font - with cheaters :) - trying to hit the link was a bit challenging. If, however, I use the 6 links that are clustered, I only get as close as Acts and then need to turn 2100 pages to get to James 5. Which leads to my other complaint, there are no page headers, so you don't know what book/chapter/verse you're on by looking at the top of the page. As Nookies know, bookmarks also don't contain this info. One solution after I found the chaper is to highlight one of the first words and make a note that reads James 5. Having said all that, I keep in mind that I only paid $3 for it AND it contains the entire contents of the 6 volumes.

    146 out of 148 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 13, 2012

    Issue with the content links (response)

    I got the Olive Tree Bible Reader app (check the Nook app.store, forget if its either free or under 2 bucks)- It contains the Kjv, Strong's, AND this entire book here, and the app crosslinks the verses in a popup window. Its awesome.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 20, 2011

    Navigation?

    15,000 pages and a very condensed Contents. How can one navigate efficiently. What am I missing? Please help!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2012

    Slow readingg Slow reading Slow reading

    I have the hard copy and have read it this will allow me to find subjects faster

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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