Crossway has released their update the the ESV Journaling Bible. This time it’s a single-column format. With writing space on the outer margin, it is possible to write notes next to the text the note was meant for. The single-column format greatly enhances the readability of the text and notes. See images below from Crossway’s pdf sample. The paragraph format looks nice. This is a perfect Bible for note-taking and personal devotions. It is available in several bindings and colors. Here are the basic specs from Crossway’s site: Format: Moleskine Page Count: 1,360 ISBN-10: 1-4335-3191-7 ISBN-13: 978-1-4335-3191-0 Trim Size: 6.25 in x 8.0 in Weight: 38.9 ounces Published: August 31, 2012 Type Size: 7.5 Page Layout Single Column Additional Features Sewn Binding Ribbon...Read More
Category: English Standard Version (ESV)
Evangelical Bible.com has posted some nice pictures of their Schuyler ESV. They are available at their Picasa page. The Schuyler ESV is looking like a fine Bible. It should be available June September...Read More
by Jonathan Ammon Wide-Margin Bibles are one of the most popular and effective tools for personal Bible study. They allow you to create your own personalized study Bible, inviting you to investigate your own interpretation and experience with the word of God. In essence it is the creation of your own reference tool and doctrinal aid. A wide-margin Bible simply gives you the space to write your own notes around the word of God allowing marking, underlining and highlighting to be augmented by notes, chain references, diagrams, sketches, charts etc. As a graduation gift to myself, I purchased a Cambridge ESV Wide Margin Bible. This is my first wide-margin Bible and I reasoned that if I was going to meticulously write notes in it, I wanted it to last a lifetime. The edition I purchased features a smyth-sewn binding, art-gilt page edges, two ribbons and a genuine goatskin cover. It was a pricey item but I’m planning for it to last a lifetime and contain an entire book full of interpretational notes etc. Mark Bertrand has written an excellent review of the product. Of course this rationale propagated itself and I thought, “If the Bible is this expensive I really should buy a fine point archival quality pen to write in it,” hence my notes are made in an 005 purple Pigma Micron, which is the most heavily reccomended pen for Bible...Read More
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