A wide margin Bible is the best Bible anyone can own. It’s an instant study Bible – just add study. Instead of having someone else’s study, a wide margin Bible lets you have a Bible with your own notes. Cambridge’s wide margin Bibles are perfect for this. In this review I put Cambridge’s top of the line ESV Wide Margin Bible in goatskin to the test. Pros Pitt Minion layout Goatskin cover Cons Inner margin smaller than outer margin Features 2007 ESV Sewn binding Goatskin cover 38 gsm writable paper 8-point font Red letter 2 ribbons Red under gold...Read More
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My son found this amazing brown top grain leather edition of Crossway’s Single Column Legacy. I’ve reviewed this Bible’s features here, so I won’t go over that again, but I wanted to take a look at the cover. The brown leather has a gorgeous grain. It’s soft, but not so soft that you can’t hold it in one hand if you wanted to. The leather is thick and feels amazing. This one has 2...Read More
Holman’s KJV Minister’s Bible was made to meet the specific needs of the minister: preaching and ministerial duties. With its large print and wide margins it has the potential to be a great preaching Bible. The top grain cow hide is one of the most flexible and elegant covers I’ve ever seen. Pros Soft cover Sewn binding Large print Wide margins Cons Inner margin too narrow Not enough resources Ministry helps contain bias Features KJV Top Grain Cow Hide Smyth sewn White paper 11 point font Double column Verse format Wide margin End of verse references End of verse...Read More
Zondervan’s Note-Takers series presents the text in two columns with a wide outer margin for writing, and good quality writing paper to go with it. I like writing in Bibles that are made for writing. They have better paper than your normal everyday thin paper. This Bible is great for writing, but it’s also great for just reading. Pros Thick paper Nice print Wide outer margin Cons The only Note-Takers edition without translation notes Features KJV Duo-Tone imitation leather 1 1/8” outer margin Red-letter 8-point font Thick paper Section headings Concordance One brown ribbon Gilted edges 9.5 x 6.5...Read More
By Matthew Sherro This is my most important and, consequently, emotional review I have undertaken because this review comes on the heels of me doing something that has not happened in 18 years and likely will not happen again for an equally long time, changing the English version that I use for my primary ministry Bible. Since 1996 I have carried an NASB with me on a daily basis (almost 2/3 of my life) and I intend to continue using NASB until the Lord calls me home since it cannot be beaten when it comes to literalness in translation....Read More
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