In the new "Journey Bible," readers will find the NIV translation along with Bible helps like: "Knowing Yourself," "Explorer Stories," "Reasons to Believe," "Timelines," and "Addressing Questions." There is also a Dictionary/Concordance right in the Bible, so the study helps are handy. It is a little bulkier than an ordinary Bible, but less so than a Bible with all the extra books to help. Each book also has its own introduction with "The Bottom Line," "Central Ideas," "Outline," and "Timeline."
I have really enjoyed getting into this Bible, taking a good look at the study helps, and finding some really good information. I especially like the questions and answers about Jesus along with the "Defining Moments of the Old and New Testaments." Each Bible reader is different, but if you are a "spiritual explorer," you might want to get to a bookstore and check this one out. I received my review copy from Book Look Bloggers in exchange for an honest review.