The Negro Bible - The Slave Bible: Select Parts of the Holy Bible, Selected for the use of the Negro Slaves, in the British West-India Islands
ISBN: 1936533804
EAN13: 9781936533800
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 28, 2019
Pages: 578
Dimensions: 1.496063" H x 11.02362" L x 8.425197" W
Weight: 3.130564 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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The Negro Bible - The Slave Bible: Select Parts of the Holy Bible, Selected for the use of the Negro Slaves, in the British West-India Islands

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   Not enough historical information behind its development.
I wish there was more historical content introduced, but it does provide historical content for the reason for its development.
 
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   Very interesting Bible
I wanted to read this version of the Bible compared to the other version and was amazed at the difference in content. I really wanted to purchase in the hardcover or kindle version, but this version proved even better for adding notes in the outline. Overall, this was a great purchase and a good addition to my collection for reading and studying.
 
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   Received used/damaged book
It has dirt, markings, stains and some type of substance that is coated over the front and back of the book. The interior looks like copied pages just.
 
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   Control
I found it necessary to have in my African - American literature and the narratives of slavery in my collection. This Bible is compared to the KJV to see how it was used to control the slaves by those who are Christian themselves.
 
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