. . . and it’s even more interesting than I anticipated. This is obviously not the intended review, but I do find the idea of a Bible with a strong flavor of the Orthodox doctrine quite interesting, and the Bible looks fascinating. The New Testament is NKJV, but the Old Testament uses the St. Athanasius Academy Septuagint, with which I am not too familiar. I’ll probably have my Septuagint beside me as I study!
I did write up a few descriptive notes on my Energion.com Book site. They are just a description, not an evaluation.
I expect I will be referencing this Bible quite a bit as I work my way through it.