One of the greatest advantages of the Clarion’s design is the verse numbers blend in more than most Bibles. This makes them easy to ignore and keeps the focus on the text. This is great for reading but it can be difficult for personal study or following along in Church or a group study. It can sometimes take several seconds to find a verse which can be frustrating and even awkward if you’re the preacher or leader. Some editions fix this by making the verse numbers slightly bolder so they stand out more. This works but it can also...Read More
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I took a look at the NIV Clarion this morning. Here are some photos. I’ve included the NKJV and ESV for comparison. In my opinion this is the prettiest Clarion so far. It’s slightly thicker than the other Clarions. It will be available in...Read More
Everyone that’s been around me for any length of time know’s that I’m a Cambridge fan. Cambridge’s Clarion is at the top of my list for a reading Bible. I reviewed the KJV edition in brown calfskin and loved it. Now, Matt Sherro has reviewed the goatskin edition. He calls it the ultimate reader’s edition, and I have to agree. You can see his review here: Cambridge Clarion Reference Bible Review...Read More
I’ve always been avid Bible marker but I haven’t had the courage to mark up my Cambridge Clarion. I was afraid of bleed-through. I’ve also had several readers ask about this, so I know I’m not the only one. Well, Christopher Lewis marked in his and I have to say that I’m impressed. Here’s what Christopher had to say about writing in his KJV Clarion: I use the Micron 01 and a Zebrite medium bible highlighter. The pen has no more bleed through than the type inside of the clarion. The highlighter does a great job. The paper in...Read More
The NKJV Clarion Reference Edition from Cambridge is the latest edition of Cambridge’s popular Clarion series. The NKJV edition keeps the familiar setting that has made the Clarion so popular: sharp digital font, single-column, paragraph layout, reference on the outer margin, all in a durable and easy to carry hand-size Bible. Pros Hand size Readable font Sewn binding Calfskin leather Cons Verse numbers can be difficult to see when searching for verses Features NKJV Calfskin leather Sewn binding 8.75 font Black letter Single column Paragraph format Side-column cross references Translation notes Concordance Section headings Preface to the New King...Read More
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