Category: Journaling

NIV Journal Edition Bible Review

The single-column journaling Bible has become a staple format in Bible publishing (from an idea sparked by Mark Bertrand). I am glad to see publishers providing their translations in this format. This includes Zondervan’s latest edition: the NIV Journal Edition. This Bible, very wisely, doesn’t try to break new ground and do anything innovative. Instead, it follows the tried and true single-column journaling format to a tee, and does it as good as anybody. Binding This cover is soft dark-brown leather that’s simply called “Premium Leather” (it’s also available in imitation and hard cover). I don’t know what the...

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Cambridge Cameo vs LCBP 120

The Cameo is one of my favorite KJV’s. It has an 8-point font that’s bold and readable and the overall size makes it great for reading and carry. LCBP also produces several versions of it including a wide margin edition. Here are some photos that show how the two editions compare. The Cambridge is black goatskin and the LCBP is the Signature Series cow hide. Both are edge-lined and sewn around the outside edges. The print in the Cambridge edition is darker, but the LCBP looks sharper. The Cambridge paper is made to be thin, while the LCBP is...

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Holman Journaling Bible NKJV – Review

Holman has gone and done something that that is sure to make a lot of Bible journaler’s happy – they’ve licensed Crossway’s Journal Bible design to produce their very own journaling Bible in some of today’s top translations – the HCSB, NJKV, and KJV. It has a few differences. Some very good. Some not so good (depending on your point of view). In this Bible review I take a look at the NKJV edition. Cover and Binding – Bonded Leather Over Board The cover is bonded leather over board. I’m not sure if it is, but it looks and...

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