Thoughts on Dake Bible Sizes

Three Column (3 column)

  • The KJV text is a clear and sharp digital font.
  • The text while just a bit smaller than the Large Print size Bible is a bit easier to read due to the sharper font.
  • The notes are the same size as the text.
  • This edition is the newest Dake Bible made, easy to carry, easy to thumb through, and a joy to take to Church and Bible studies.
  • The Three Column Dake font size is 8.5 points.
  • Click here to take a look at the Dake Three Column Bible

Standard Edition (4 Column)

  • The KJV text is a standard print used in the 1960’s.
  • The notes in this edition are a little smaller than the KJV text, however this presents no problem for readability.
  • There are those who say that the type in this edition is too small. For some with vision problems this may be true, however something else may be going on. When the Standard Edition is opened you see 2 pages. On each page you see 4 columns. Thus when this edition is opened you see 8 columns side by side. This view appears to make some people feel the text is too small, when in actuality, it may be that what they are seeing is a “busy page.” In other words, a couple of pages with a lot of print on them!
  • This edition is the medium size Bible in the Dake Bible line.
  • It is of moderate size, and of similar size as other full sized study Bibles.
  • This Bible would be a good decision your vision is good or if you normally wear reading glasses.

Large Print Edition (3 Column)

  • The KJV text is a clear and sharp digital font.
  • The KJV text is a lot larger than the Standard Edition.
  • The notes in this edition are just a little larger than the KJV text.
  • This by far is the easiest Bible to read. If you need to see things a little bigger when you read, this is indeed the Bible you should purchase.
  • The Large Print Bible has 10 point font size.
  • Click Here to take a look at the Dake Large Print Bible

For Those With Special Vision Needs

The above discussion has been given for those with normal vision or some vision problems; that is where age or slight vision problems are concerned. If you have severe vision problems, then it may be that none of the above Dake Bibles would suit your needs. If this is the case then consider the Dake Bible on Computer.

The Dake Bible on Computer

If you are reading this, you must have access to a computer. You might want to consider purchasing the Dake Reference Library. With this computer edition of the Dake Bible you can set your monitor display and the size of the font to suit your needs. Here you will have access to the KJV text, all the Dake notes, as well as most every other book Dake has written. Click here for more information on the Dake Bible Software.

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