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Old 11-10-2008, 06:42 PM
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Check out Local Church Bible Publishers ( for good, inexpensive Bibles. I've had their Bibles for years and I'm continually impressed by how high their quality is. They should have something like you're looking for.

As far as other books to use, a Webster's 1828 Dictionary is good to have around, as well as a Strong's or Vine's concordance. The thing to remember, however, is that Scripture is given by inspiration, but not dictionaries or concordances. At the end of the day, the King James Bible should be one's final authority, and not the dictionary's definition or some person's comments on the Scriptures.