Author: Lucinda Brown

KJV My Creative Bible Review

There is a lot of demand right now for Bibles that are easy to art journal in. To meet this demand Christian Art Publishers has developed the KJV My Creative Bible. Using the translation that many of us are most familiar with they have added beautiful covers and lots of blank space for people to work with. They have also included over 300 line drawings of some of the most frequently illustrated verses and words. BINDING  It comes in several cover options including: A dark pink LuxeLeather hardcover binding with floral debossing, multicolor rose print page edges, a dark...

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My Creative Bible – Inspire Bible Comparision

The Bible art journaling community has been growing by leaps and bounds and Bible Buying Guide and Bible publishers have noticed. This is the first of a new series of articles about art journaling, and the Bible publishers have made it easier on me by publishing a wide variety of journaling Bibles including the recent ones specifically for art journalers. Two of the most notable are My Creative Bible and the Inspire Bible. I have the pink hardcover edition of the My Creative and the vintage floral Leatherlike edition of the Inspire. Both bibles are single column with a 2...

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Crossway’s ESV Daily Devotional New Testament – Review

The ESV Daily Devotional New Testament is designed to help people become familiar with the central message of the gospel as it guides them through reading the entire New Testament in one year. The devotionals have been adapted from the ESV Gospel Transformation Bible. It is available in hardback, paperback, and e-book formats.   Each day has two readings, one from the histories (Matthew-Acts) and one from the Epistles (Romans-Revelation), a reflection on each reading, and then an excerpt from Psalms and a Thoughts for Prayer that ties the two readings together. The readings are divided up nicely. They...

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Harper Collins Study Bible – from around the Web

Matt Sherro has written an extensive review of the Harper Collins Study Bible. As Matt explains, it’s a general reference Bible that tends to go toward the Historical-Critical Method of Textual Criticism, also known as higher criticism. I found the review as interesting as it is detailed. You can read the review here: Harper Collins Study Bible Review...

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Crossway’s New ESV Bible App for iOS

Releasing today is Crossway’s newest version of the ESV Bible app for iOS. This one promises to be the most beautiful and easy-to-use Bible app available. Crossway has taken a closer look at how each part of the app interacts with the biblical text, including the font choices, button arrangement, text layout options, and more. Every element was designed to make interacting with the Scriptures as intuitive as possible. It also features a brand new in-app store. You even get free access to: the ESV Global Study Bible Personalized reading plans Audio streaming and more You can see more at Crossway’s website and the...

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