Matthew C Jones
Daddy to thirteen
- That's funny you say that b/c I thought the same thing, but am not sure what my original pre-pub price was.
- All pre-pubs raise in price as the delivery date nears. If you 'purchase' it today, you lock in today's price, but tomorrow will be a little more expensive. It's their way of hooking you early.
- Don't feel bad. I have a student discount and most of these journals, and it says if I want it it will cost $625. But I don't think it is worth $461.
- Does this, or does it not, contain the 1611 KJV New Testament?
- see http://kjv401.com/. Also from the Kindle preview take a look at the read me first section. From both of these sources it appears this an update translation but where a change from the original KJV1611 translation has been made to make the meaning clear in modern language you view the original KJV1611 wording. The 'readers' version is simply for reading while the study version includes translation notes. Every change from the original KJV1611 to modern usage is supposed to be clear and the translation notes in the study edition indicate why the change and chosen word selected. from what I understand from these sources.KJV401: Finally, a KJV you can understand, trust, and verify.The KJV401 Reader’s Edition (NT) is a beautiful, scholarly, faithful, and conservative reconstitution of the original KJV1611 into understandable language of our day. It does not change the meaning of the KJV as do some modern translations with “KJV” in the title. In the e-reader format you can read…kjv401.com
- Looks good. II hope the upgrade price for previous owners is affordable. I want to get this new edition. :-)
- Great looking set But... By my count I already have 10 volumes of this set in AA Hodge & Charles Hodge titles. It is sad to pay a second time. If we wait for dynamic pricing we lose the Community Pricing advantage on the remaining titles. I hope this is not a new trend in bundling.