Category: Bibles by Translation

Cambridge NASB Clarion Bible Review

The Cambridge Clarion has been one of my favorite Bible designs for many years. The size and layout create a reference Bible that’s easy to carry and use for study and reading without sacrificing features or readability. It’s available in several translations. I’m reviewing the NASB Clarion in brown calfskin, model NS485:X, ISBN: 9781107604131, which was printed and bound in the Netherlands by Royal Jongbloed. _______________________________________________ Buy from (includes affiliate links) Amazon Barnes & Noble Books-A-Million Evangelical Bible and a few local Bible bookstores _______________________________________________ Cambridge University Press provided this Bible free in exchange for an honest review. I was not required...

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Cambridge NLT Pitt Minion in Blue Calf Split Leather

The blue calf split NLT Pitt Minion has released and I wanted to share some photos and thoughts on this edition. I’ve reviewed the NLT Pitt Minion in goatskin, you can see that review for internal and size details. The copyright for the text is 2007. The blue on this is bright. It stands out a little bit more than most blue editions that I’ve seen. The calf split has a slightly rougher feel and a more pebbly grain than the goatskin edition. I love the look and feel of this leather. It has the same black paste-down liner,...

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Immerse Prophets Bible Review

Immerse Prophets is the last book in the Immerse Reading Bible six-volume set. Designed by Glenn Paauw (see Randy’s interview with him here) the purpose of the Immerse Reading Bible is to provide a distraction free, easy to read Bible. We’ve also done reviews of both Immerse Messiah (Randy’s review here) and Immerse Poets (my review here) Immerse Prophets contains the remaining 15 books of the Bible. These are grouped in way to generally represent four periods in Israel’s history. There are the four prophets who spoke before the fall of the northern kingdom; Amos, Micah, Hosea, and Isaiah: the...

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Schuyler Personal Size Canterbury KJV Bible Review

The regular size Canterbury was Schuyler’s first originally designed KJV and it was one of thier most popular Bibles. It’s similar to their Quentel series but adds ornamental drop-caps and retains the verse-by-verse setting- creating a unique blend of old and new. Schuyler has now produced the Canterbury in personal size, which is a reduced version of the regular size Canterbury with a couple of differences: the Personal Size Canterbury has 28gsm Indopaque paper instead of 36gsm, it has 2 ribbons instead of 3, it has red letter for the words of Christ, the grain of the leather isn’t...

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Life Recovery Bible 25th Anniversary Edition Review – Standard and Large Print

Tyndale just recently released the large print version of the NLT Life Recovery Bible, 25th Anniversary Edition. With a 10.5 point font this Bible focuses on leading readers to God as the source of recovery and integrates the twelve step program. It’s recovery content is edited by David Stoop and Stephen Arterburn. I’ve included both sizes of this Bible in the same review.  Large Print ISBN: 9781496427564    Standard Print ISBN: 9781496425751    Both editions are printed in China. Tyndale provided these Bibles free for review. I was not required to give a positive review, only an honest one. All...

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