I started out with this bible when I lived in Roanoke, Virginia. Somewhere around the early 1960;s. The good old Scofield KJV Bible. Used and taught what Scofield said in church and in Seminary.
While in seminary I bought and sold the Dickson Study Bible, which is one of the very best study Bible at the time. I used it in Wooster, Ohio and as pastor at Minford, Ohio and then at FBC in Altoona, KS. And still refer back to the notes today
Some time later I bought the Hebrew Greek Key Study Bible. all the words key to the Strong’s # Then the notes by Spiros Zodhiates. I have used since 1980 and is my main reading Bible today in 2014.
26 Translations of the Holy Bible. I know having been a KJV guy for so many years, I thought our you kidding me. But I have come to realize that there are some good translations. This takes the KJV verse and underneath uses other translations. I love it.
The bible on the left is a bible I got at Hyles Anderson. There is one single page for notes on every page.
The second Bible is Dugan’s Topical Reference Bible, and a complete analytical study edition (I don’t use these bible a whole lot.
We have the Thomas Chain bible used by my Dad, and the loose leaf bible used by me and my Dad