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Online here at www.dakebible.com, you will find every Dake Annotated Reference Bible that is currently in print, along with all of his writings that are in book form.
Common Questions about the Dake Annotated Reference Bible:
- The Dake Annotated Reference Bible by Finis Dake is printed as a King James Version Bible and New King James Version Bible in the standard print and King James Version only in the Large Print Dake Bible.
- All Dake Bibles have the same notes inside. The Dake Study Bible and Dake Annotated Reference Bible are the same Bible! Some people refer to the Dake Annotated Reference Bible as the Dake Study Bible – which of course is fine considering every Dake Bible has over 35,000 commentary notes in it!
- What does the word Annotated mean? According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, annotated is defined as: “to make or furnish critical or explanatory notes or comment.” All Dake Bibles are Annotated Reference Bibles. The Dake Large Print Bible has over 35,000 commentary notes written by Finis Jennings Dake, which required thousands of hours of work, a lifetime of study and most importantly – the empowering of the Holy Spirit. The notes alone, or annotation, make the Dake Large Print Bible not just the most in-depth pentecostal Study Bible, but the most in-depth Study Bible in general available.
Finis Dake is best known for his study Bible but He also authored several other books, most notable his Bible study course God’s Plan for Man, which was offered in the early sixties in 52 lessons and 26 supplements, is now available in book form. About 1,100 pages now contained in what Finis Dake called “God’s Plan for Man.” Check it out as well as his monumental commentary on every single verse in the book of Revelation called: “Revelation Expounded.” Of course all his other books are offered here as well, but if you want it all in one convenient place on your computer be sure to check out the “WordSearch Computer Dake Bible” for PC and Mac. And lastly make sure to take a look at “Dake’s Lifestory Book” as well as the many early day pictures we have of Dake in our “Dake Photo Gallery.” As an extra want to hear Dake teaching live? Check out our “Dake audios.”
Dake Large Print Bible Bonded Leather Black
God’s Plan For Man By Finis Dake
Finis Dake Biography by Leon Bible
Bible Truths Unmasked By Finis Dake
Revelation Expounded By Finis Dake
The Rapture and the Second Coming of Christ By Finis Dake
Heavenly Hosts By Finis Dake
Finis Dake Chart Plan of the Ages -SMALL
The Dake Annotated Reference Bible is like no other study Bible on the market. A lifetime of study and painstaking research went into it. The Dake Bible has 35,000 commentary notes, 500,000 cross/chain references and 9,000 outline headings. In essence the Dake Bible gives you more resources for personal study than you’ll find in any other Bible. Period!
Yet it’s not just the number of notes, references and headings that sets the Dake Bible apart. It’s what those tools do for you. In the pages of the Dake Study Bible, thousands of passages are amplified; In the Dake Bible obscure readings are made clear; In the Dake Bible ancient customs are explained, along with matters of history, culture and geography. Greek and Hebrew words and idioms are handled. In addition, parables, types, symbols, allegories and figurative language are dealt with. Dispensational issues are treated in a systematic fashion, along with hundreds of details of biblical prophecy. All this and so much more can be found in the Dake Bible.
In other words, the Dake Bible is the ultimate tool to help you truly understand Scripture and “rightly divide the word of truth.”
The general principle Finis Dake adhered to throughout the Dake Bible is that of literalizing instead of spiritualizing. Statements of fact and historical accounts are accepted as such. THE RULE OBSERVED IS: Take the Bible literally wherein it is at all possible; if symbolic, figurative or typical language is used, then look for the literal truth it intends to convey.
If you want the best study and reference Bible then sooner or later you’re going to own a Dake, a “Dake Annotated Reference Bible!” Why not now?
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