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KJV Subject Bible – Review

The KJV Subject Bible from Dr. Everette Gaddy and Power Publishing is a take on the Analytical Bible that was produced by Wilmore in the early 1900’s (if not earlier) and later in a smaller and more normal ‘study Bible’ size by Dugan and Jubilee in the 1980’s-90’s. It has gone through many iterations over the years. One of these...

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The Bible as a Work of Art: Review of Caloca Bible Rebinds and Matts Thompson Chain

Jul 16, 15 The Bible as a Work of Art: Review of Caloca Bible Rebinds and Matts Thompson Chain

Posted by in Bibles, Rebinding

Exodus 31 (KJV) 31 And the Lord spake unto Moses, saying, 2 See, I have called by name Bezalel the son of Uri, the son of Hur, of the tribe of Judah: 3 And I have filled him with the spirit of God, in wisdom, and in understanding, and in knowledge, and in all manner of workmanship, 4 To devise cunning works, to work in gold, and in...

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BibleWorks 10 Review Part 2 – A look at the Browse Window

Jul 15, 15 BibleWorks 10 Review Part 2 – A look at the Browse Window

Posted by in Bible Reviews, Bibleworks, Software

In the first part of this review I listed the new features of BibleWorks10 and looked at the Search Widow. In this part I take a look at the Browse Window. The Browse window has also gotten a few new features. Here’s a look at its basic functions, what’s new, and how I use it. Browse Window A lot of work can done in the browse...

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Cambridge Concord Wide Margin KJV in Black Calf Split Leather – Review

The Cambridge Concord is a popular setting from the 1950’s. The wide margin edition takes that setting, places it on writable paper, and adds wide margins and paper in the back to create a note taker’s dream Bible. It has long been the Bible of choice for both scholars and preachers. In this review I take a look at the calf split...

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New Oxford Annotated Bible Review

Jul 07, 15 New Oxford Annotated Bible Review

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    (There are two version of the New Oxford Annotated Bible (NOAB) that are available, NOAB 4th Edition in NRSV, both with and without Deuterocanonical/Apocryphal books and the NOAB Expanded Edition in the RSV)  Before we get into the review, some technical information: Product Information Type: Ecumenical/General...

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Zondervan’s KJV Skinii Bible – Review

The Skinii is a thin and no nonsense handy Bible for everyday use. It has an elastic strap to keep it closed, a pocket on the inside of the back cover for papers, tracks, etc., and the cover is black Italian Duo-Tone over board with rounded corners. It comes with one extremely long ribbon. The text block is sewn and has no problem...

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Happy Independence Day from Bible Buying Guide

Jul 04, 15 Happy Independence Day from Bible Buying Guide

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Happy Independence...

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International Christian Retail Show – Day 3: All About Leather

Jul 02, 15 International Christian Retail Show – Day 3: All About Leather

Posted by in Bibles, ICRS, News

For the last day of the show I had a detailed discussion with Cromwell Leather. They produce cowhide, pigskin leather, a very high quality bonded leather, and various other types of leathers for books and Bibles. I walked by them several times thinking they wouldn’t be interested in talking to a blogger. Boy was I wrong! As...

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