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    Dort Study Bible

    IP/CMR Product 5http://http://www.telusplanet.net/public/inhpubl/webip/prod05.htm
    I just purchased the 4 vol (so far) of the Dort Study Bible. This is an English Translation of the 17th Century Dutch State Bible with its Calvinistic notes. 4 vols have been published so far of the projected 16 vol.
    The volumes are very beautifully bound and best of all the type is really large even the notes. The notes are very concise and to the point, so one is not unduely distracted from the Biblical text. IMHO one of the best study Bibles next to the 1599 Geneva Bible.
    Jacob Peters
    Layman
    URC
    Toronto
    Canada

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    Link is dead.
    Rich
    Ruling Elder, Licentiate, Under Care, Hope of Christ Church (PCA), Northern VA
    Student, New Geneva Theological Seminary

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    Working now.
    Norm
    PCA
    Iowa

    Our fair morning is at hand, the daystar is near the rising, and we are not many miles from home; what matters the ill entertainment in the smoky inns of this miserable life? We are not to stay here, and we will be dearly welcome to Him whom we go to. --The Loveliness of Christ, Samuel Rutherford

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    Quote Originally Posted by Semper Fidelis View Post
    Link is dead.
    From http:// the link works. Seems it's been split. ??
    To acquire the completed set would be well over $300 but they sure are beautiful. And since you mentioned it, I LUUUUVVVV my Geneva Bible

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    Link works for me. Try again:

    IP/CMR Product 5

    A bit rich for my blood, however.
    Edward
    Deacon
    PCA
    Texas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Semper Fidelis View Post
    Link is dead.
    Strange!! The Link is working on my end. However for all who can't activate the link, the Publisher is Inheritance Publications in Alberta, Canada.
    Jacob Peters
    Layman
    URC
    Toronto
    Canada

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    What I continue to wish for is a KJV Bible with the Dutch and the Geneva annotations...
    Bert Mulder
    Elder of the First Protestant Reformed Church of Edmonton
    Edmonton Alberta Canada

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    Quote Originally Posted by BertMulder View Post
    What I continue to wish for is a KJV Bible with the Dutch and the Geneva annotations...
    I drool at the very thought!!
    Jacob Peters
    Layman
    URC
    Toronto
    Canada

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