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From John Gregorek:
If you are looking to read the Bible cover to cover, there are free versions of the text online. This book provides a summary of the document, along with summaries of each chapter. To avoid a credibility debate, the author has provided the King James text as a convenience. The author's notes used to develop the summaries are embedded within the text to help the user locate areas of concern and speed up their research and understanding.Read the 'TOC' and 'Forward' pages to get a better idea of what the King James Summary books will provide. The statements are very terse and reflect what is written in this document. Conclusions are left to the reader to formulate and develop.Due to it's length, the summary-book is divided into ten parts which are sold separately. The Parts range from 640 to 780 pages in total length, and contain approximately 50-100 pages of notes and summaries. Some Parts include diagrams. (Part-10 is an exception with roughly 35 pages of summaries and notes and 125 total pages with Revelations text included.)(Visit the author's website for more information and sample material.)