Dake’s Annotated Reference Bible Review ---

Dake’s Annotated Reference Bible Review

 Biblebro Rating  Dake’s Annotated Reference Bible  Quality 77%  Doctrine: (7/10)  Pentacostal  Notes: (8/10)  35,000 Notes  References: (8/10)  KJV & NKJV   Dake’s Annotated Reference Bible Author: Finis Jennings Dake, however there have been updates, and I can’t find the names of those who have added or edited the study notes.  Information on Dake’s personal life can be found at Wikipedia and Dake.com.   Study Note’s Information (8/10) Year published: 1963. Website: www.dake.com Versions: KJV, NKJV Price: $20-$100 (depending on the size of the book ordered) There are over 35,000 study notes that took 7 years to complete.  It is said that Dake spent over 100,000 hours in study for preparation for this book.  How did he calculate that, by a stop watch?  Most verses have study notes, and the study notes are longer than the bible itself.  That is good, because the explanations are usually lengthy and detailed.  On the bad side, Dake has a lot of redundant notes that only repeat what the bible has already said, like the notes for Ezra 9:5 which just restate everything the verse said and gives no more insight.  Notes for Exodus 1:7 points 2 and 3 are identical, which is something Dake overlooked.  Am I the first person to read all the study notes and find these typos?  It’s also got quite a few typos, but nothing too bad.  Overall, the notes are great...

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