The TBS Hebrew and Greek Bible brings the Hebrew and Greek Old and New Testaments together into one volume, providing an easy to handle edition of the underlying texts of the KJV and other reformation-era translations. It’s a paragraph edition in a handy size with a few unique features that I want to see in a KJV. ISBN: 9781862281165 TBS provided this Bible free for review. I was not required to give a positive review – only an honest review. My opinions are my own. ____________________________________ Click here to buy: $26 from TBS Bibles ____________________________________ Binding The cover is black...Read More
Category: Hand Size
The Clarion has become a staple design for Cambridge. It’s a paragraph edition with reading in mind, placing the focus on the text with a comfortable font size, without sacrificing references. It has a single-column format with references in the outer margins. This hand-size Bible is now available in the NIV. Features NIV 2011 text Goatskin cover Edge-lined Art-gilt edges 2 cardinal red ribbons ISBN: 9781107595149 Model: N1486:XE Calf Split cover Paste-down Gold gilt 2 black ribbons ISBN: 9781316601341 Model: NI484:X 8.75 black letter font Single-column paragraph Side-column references Concordance 16 pages of maps Map index 2186 pages Red...Read More
The TBS Family Bible is a text-only large print Bible that utilizes the Cambridge Large Print Text text-block. TBS has added a few features of their own to make it look and feel much different than the Cambridge edition. I’ve read from it, carried it around, and preached from it. In this review I take a look at the TBS Family Bible and my experience with it, and how it compares to the Cambridge Large Print Text. Features KJV 10 point font Black letter Thick paper Art-gilt edges Calfskin cover Sewn Head/tail bands 1 ribbon 8.5 x 5.8 x...Read More
I’ve already taken a look at the features of the Concord. Rather than reiterate what I’ve already discussed, I want to look at what makes this one different. So in this review I’ll focus on the cover, paper, print quality, art-gilt, and maps, and show how they compare to the previous editions that I’ve reviewed. This edition is model KJ566:XE For reference, here are the Concord reviews in the order they were published including their model numbers to help compare the differences: Wide Margin in French Morocco Calf Split with red-letter and thumb-index – model KJ563:XRI Calf split, review...Read More
The KJV Thompson Chain Reference is one of the oldest study Bibles available and comes in three different sizes (handy, regular, and large print). Although all three have the same tools each one has an advantage over the others. As you could guess, the advantage of the handy size is it’s easy of handling and carry. Smaller size of course means smaller fonts. Does that make the handy size Thompson difficult to use? I was surprised by the answer. Binding This edition is black bonded leather with a vinyl paste-down liner. It doesn’t droop at all but also doesn’t...Read More
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