The Allan Brevier Clarendon Wide Margin Edition is now available for pre-order from Bibles-Direct.com. It’s available in black or navy goatskin and black buttero calfskin. These will go quick so I highly recommend you pre-order if you want one. You can see my review of the 2011 edition here: Allan Wide Margin Brevier Clarendon...Read More
Category: Wide Margin
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 several methods that have been used over the years to provide writing space in a Bible. Each method has advantages and disadvantages. One of those methods is to place a blank page between every printed page. This is known as interleaf. It hasn’t been as popular in the past decade or so. Crossway means to fix that with the ESV Journaling Bible Interleaved Edition. In this Bible review I take a look at the cloth over board edition. Binding My review copy is cloth over board with a thick slipcase. The slipcase has an elegant look and...Read More
I love study Bibles. My favorites are those you create yourself. The best way to create your own study Bible is with a wide margin Bible. I call a wide margin Bible an instant study Bible… just add study. The best thing you can do for your personal study of God’s Word is to buy yourself a wide margin Bible and use it like your life depends on it. No Bible looks better than one you love using. What is better than spending your time in God’s Word? A wide margin Bible is an investment. It’s been said that...Read More
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...Read More
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