Schuyler’s personal size edition of the KJV Canterbury is in the editing stage and they hope to have it available in spring 2018. This edition will be red letter. They’ve retained the red drop caps. This edition will have thinner paper than the regular edition and will not include a concordance. It will include maps. The glossary will depend on how small the font becomes when they shrink it. I suspect it will be too small to be useful. Time will tell. You can read our review of the regular Canterbury in calfskin here. You can purchase a Canterbury...Read More
Coming soon from Humble Lamb is a premium edition of the NKJV. It was designed by Humble Lamb, typeset by Scribe Inc, and produced by Royal Jongbloed. It’s a reference edition in single column paragraph with references in the outer margin next to the verse they correspond to and footnotes in the footer. This is a red-letter edition with references and chapter numbers also in red. It was designed using the Golden Ratio and looks fantastic with 45-75 characters per line. “The Word of God” includes the artwork of Gustave Dore on appropriate pages. The Word of God NKJV...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
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