The Zondervan Thinline Large Print KJV is meant to be an everyday go-to Bible in large print. It’s meant to be a travel Bible that you can carry where ever you need to without sacrificing print size or having to settle for an overly large book-block. Something of course has to be sacrificed in order to keep the book-block thin enough and still retain the large print. What was sacrificed, and is the sacrifice worth it? Let’s take a look and see. Price $17-23 (depending on color) | Buy from Amazon Binding The cover is burgundy / carmel (tan)...Read More
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RL Allan’s Longprimer has recently undergone an update using cleaner scans from a vintage copy in the 1952-1958 era from Charles Batey, the Printer to the University of Oxford at the time. The older pages retain the clear type as opposed to later editions that have ink that’s spread. It will be available in highland goatskin in black, brown, crimson, and navy. You can pre-order from here: EvangelicalBible Bibles-Direct Here’s the 2011 review of the older 53br in brown highland...Read More
The New King James Version has always held a special place in my heart. My very first review Bible I ever received was a hard cover NKJV in 1984 and I’ve been in love with the translation ever since. Even though it’s a popular translation it hasn’t gotten a lot of quality editions. Schuyler fixes this problem with their NKJV Quentel. In this review I take a look at the NKJV Quentel in black goatskin. Like all Schuyler’s it comes in a nice box for storage (all of mine stay in their boxes). Schuyler’s Quentel Series Schuyler’s Quentel is...Read More
This is a guest review from Christopher Lewis. 9 1/4 × 6 1/2 × 1 9/16 (just over 1 1/2 thick) 38 gsm paper 1 inch outer and bottom margin 10/11 point bold font 3 ribbons 16 pages of Oxford maps Concordance Subject index Dictionary of proper names Writing paper in the back I will start by saying how honored I am to be doing this review and to own this bible. Like every bible, its not “The One”. I do not believe there is a “be all bible”. Allan designed this bible for easier reading, due to the thick...Read More
There are not many single-column paragraph KJV’s on the market. When a new one comes along I take notice. I long for a layout that sets the text in a pretty layout. That’s something the KJV almost never gets. It doesn’t have to have section headings, references, or even verse numbers. Recently I’ve wanted a paragraph KJV without verse numbers. I don’t always want markings that slow down readability and comprehension. Local Church Bible Publishers’ latest Bible is a single-column paragraph in large print with no verse numbers. It costs $57. Let’s take a look. UPDATE – After posting...Read More
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