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Dake Study Bible Notes

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The Dake Study Notes are taken from the Dake Annotated Reference Bible, the result of twenty years of painstaking research by author Rev. Finis Jennings Dake (1902-1987). With 35,000 commentary notes, 500,000 cross/chain references and 9,000 outline headings, the Dake Study Notes give you a wealth of resources for personal study.

Yet it's not just the number of notes, references and headings that set the Dake Study Notes apart. It's what those tools do for you. Thousands of passages are amplified. Obscure readings are made clear. Ancient customs are explained, along with matters of history, culture and geography. Greek and Hebrew words and idioms are handled. In addition, parables, types, symbols, allegories and figures of speech are dealt with.

Rev. Dake was Pentecostal in terms of his spiritual experience and beliefs, and The Dake Annotated Reference Bible has been dubbed "The Pentecostal Study Bible." While such a label accurately assesses Dake's position when dealing with relevant portions of Scripture, it is somewhat limiting as well. Dake's true passion was providing a dispensationally systematic perspective on biblical prophecy.

Features

  • 35,000 commentary notes with historical, cultural and geographic information
  • 500,000 cross-references
  • 9,000 outline headings
  • Dubbed "The Pentecostal Study Bible"
  • Dispensational issues are treated in a systematic fashion, along with hundreds of details of biblical prophecy.
  • Based on the King James Version Bible but can be used with any translation

About the Author(s)

Rev. Finis Jennings Dake was born in Iberia, Missouri, in 1902ójust four years before the famous Azuza Street Revival which became the foundation for modern Pentecostalism. He was the eighth of eleven children. Throughout his eighty-four years he pastored several churches, started a Bible school, and held numerous evangelistic meetings and lectures. His God-given ability to quote Scripture flawlessly without memorizing it earned him a reputation as the "Walking Bible." He hosted a radio broadcast twice daily for thirteen years, answering any Scriptural question posed to him. In the midst of all this activity (which included over 100,000 hours of intensive Bible study), Dake raised a family with his wife, Dorothy, and wrote several books, as well as the huge volume of commentary notes in The Dake Annotated Reference Bible. The

New Testament portion of the Dake Bible (which included Psalms, Proverbs, and the book of Daniel) was first published in 1961. The complete Dake Bible became available in 1963.

Throughout his writings, Dake was consistent in his interpretation. He took the Bible literally where at all possible, especially where statements of fact or history were concerned. If symbolic, figurative, or typical language was used, then he looked for the literal truth intended. Dake was Pentecostal in terms of his spiritual experience and beliefs, and The Dake Annotated Reference Bible has been dubbed "The Pentecostal Study Bible." While such a label accurately assesses Dake's position when dealing with relevant portions of Scripture, it is somewhat limiting as well. Dake's true passion was providing a dispensationally systematic perspective on biblical prophecy.

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