The 1599 Geneva Bible
- What was the first version of the Bible to arrive on America's shores?
- What version of the Bible was printed by the people, for the people?
- What version of the Bible challenged tyrannical English Monarchy?
- What version of the Bible was the first to use chapters and numbered verses?The 1599 Geneva Bible! ORDER NOW!
"The publication and promulgation of the 1599 Geneva Bible will help restore America's rich Christian heritage and reclaim the culture for Christ."- Dr. D. James Kennedy, Senior Pastor of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church
- Word-for-word accuracy with the 1599 Geneva Bible
- Original cross references
- Modern spelling
- Original study notes by Reformers
- Old English Glossary
- 8pt font size
- Size: 6.5 x 9.5
- Approx: 1,400 pages
- Printed in the USA
D. Henry Lee (Submitted on 30th Oct 2014)
I love the Geneva Bible. I has one of the original reprint but it is so hard to read and I have to use a magnifying glass to read some of it. The new one is easy to read and in modern English. I haven't had a chance to review the footnotes but am looking forward to it. A statute of a Pilgrim in Plymouth, MA he is holding the Geneva Bible.
Jess Willard Lankford (Submitted on 29th Oct 2014)
Excellent Customer Service, Thank you Christian Reader so mush. (God's Word Is Unchanging and Eternal.) <><
Logan (Submitted on 9th Oct 2014)
I mainly got this bible for comparison reasons and it has an amazing value for this. i wish however, that the quality was not so bad, it is very cheaply made and the bonded leather is of very poor quality so do not buy this if you only want it for a long last bible to carry around.
JAMES C (Submitted on 25th Sep 2014)
once you know who is the real king JAMES then you would not recommend his bible.this GENEVA bible was brought here by the PURITAN in 1620 and not the KING JAMES .the Geneva bible was made for the people by the people.it was the best selling bible at that time even when the KING JAMES bible was published in 1611 .until his son CHARLES order to stop publication in 1644.thank GOD we can still read this BIBLE
Harry (Submitted on 24th Jul 2014)
I really like the Geneva Bible I received from you. My only problems are that the text is a little too small and puts a strain on my eyes reading it. It could have wider margins as I do like to take notes while listening to my pastor. The CD is great but I can't carry it to Sunday Service so it doesn't help me there, only after I get back. It would have been nice if the Apocrypha had been included in the Bible itself as my pastor has referred to it on occasion. Other than that, I'm very glad I purchased it from you and have had others asking about how to get one with the same deal I got. Thank you very much for the Bible.
Unknown (Submitted on 19th Jul 2014)
Have used the geneva bible for 15 years, It is an excellent inspired version along with the KJV. If you are looking for a word for word this is the Bible for you. Based on Textus receptus not the corrupt Alexandrian text. Thank you for the 2 for 1 special. Run it again please. I have sent many people to your site. Fast shipping. Thanks again and God's richest blessing ti all of you.
Terry (Submitted on 27th Apr 2014)
I have found quite a few differences between the Geneva Bible and KJ. I'm loving my new version of G-D's word! I love so much I ordered two more for my children. I highly recommend getting them while they are available!
Ron F. (Submitted on 15th Mar 2014)
Love this Bible, but the print is a little too small for me. Not disappointed with the purchase for the price, but probably wouldn't have gotten it if I had seen it beforehand. I'll try to find one with larger print & save this one for someone else.
BDR (Submitted on 13th Mar 2014)
Excellent Bible in all ways. Would be nice if font size was larger, but I am sure this would make overall size of Bible larger as well. In any event, great value and I would highly recommend.
AG (Submitted on 19th Feb 2014)
This Bible with its extensive notes from the Reformation era is a treasure trove.