Christian Review Magazine Issue 2 - Jan/Feb 2015 - Page 71

BOOK REVIEW Title: THE DUCK COMMANDER FAITH AND FAMILY BIBLE Author: Phil Robertson, Al Robertson (Executive Editors) Rating: Genre: Bible, Study Released by: Thomas Nelson Reviewed by: Leah St John Release Date: Available Now F rom the popular reality TV show, Duck Dynasty, Phil and Al Robertson serve as Executive Editors of The Duck Commander Faith and Family Bible. The text used in this Bible is the NKJV (New King James Version), so you know the translation is great. What makes this Bible a little different is that it has added articles written by the aforementioned Robertson’s, which offer insight into their personal Christian walks and encourage readers to dive deeper into God’s word. The Duck Commander Faith and Family Bible contains 125 articles by Phil and Al Robertson, in which they write about faith, family, fellowship, forgiveness, and freedom. In each article, they tackle a number of sub-topics, including love, fear, joy, temptation, marriage, and parenting. They often use personal stories and testimonies to convey a message, which are always paired with relevant supplementary scripture references. These articles are peppered throughout the Bible, but if you are wanting to read about a specific topic, there is a topical index at the back of the Bible. Located at the tail end of the Bible, there are a number of additional resources. A good reading plan is included, titled 30 Days With Jesus, and there are additional guides that point out verses that are ɕ