New King James Version

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When considering the important factors in choosing a Bible translation — accuracy, beauty, and ease of understanding — the New King James Version® offers precision and clarity without sacrificing readability.For a Bible that is both beautifully worded and trustworthy, ideal for study, teaching, personal reading, and congregational use, the NKJV™ has been selected by millions of customers since its release, and is one of the preferred translations of thousands of today's most prominent Christian leaders.

Source Information
Source: 
Unknown
Author/Creator: 
Unknown
Publisher: 
Nelson Bibles
Subject: 
Bible
e-Sword Resource Information
Resource Creator: 
Rick Meyers
Resource Contributor: 
Rick Meyers
Type: 
Bible
e-Sword Version Compatibility: 
v9.x and above
Format: 
e-Sword Module
Identifier: 
NKJV
Language: 
English
Writing System: 
Latin
Rights: 
All Rights Reserved
Redistribution: 
Prohibited
Coverage: 
Worldwide
Font: 
Any
Relation: 
None
Associates: 
None
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Re: New King James Version

The eStudySource version of this (i.e. the only legitimate one) I discovered (when I bought it yesterday) does NOT have the footnote markers within the text.

In the past I sinned and had a wicked copy of the NKJV but I had a copy that had the footnote letters added within the text and an external commentary file (CMTX). The BBLX was flawed (heavily) and so even for the non-repentant I'd advise against it.

But how come the eStudySource NKJV doesn't include what is in the two hard copies of the NKJV I own (a pocket version and a full Study Bible, both leather bound - I say this because I'm showing I have paid Nelson quite well already even before getting an e-Sword version which I also pay for).

I'm not happy with the limited version on eStudySource to be honest. It's NOT an e-Sword presentation of the NKJV Bible because it is missing the 'footnotes' that are an integral part of the NKJV.

Am I alone?

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