The Pilgrim Bible, first published in 1948 by Oxford University Press, was designed to help young people learn about their faith. However, it soon became apparent that this book was an invaluable resource for new Christians regardless of their age, and the Pilgrim ably served thousands of readers for some forty years. The New Pilgrim Bible, KJV carries on the legacy of its predecessor, but with the rearrangement of existing materials and the addition of factual data that enhance the value of the original book. Its features include a fresh page design and type face; book introductions (including brief outlines); explanations of biblical dispensations and covenants; boxed in-text notes, charts and black and white maps; the Words of Christ in red letter, a concordance; subject index; and, full color Oxford Bible Maps. The New Pilgrim Bible offers a wealth of enhanced information in a handy, affordable volume.