The Schuyler KJV is set to release in Spring of 2013. Here’s the information from EvangelicalBible.com: Over two hundred thousand cross-references with good size, clear, readable print in an attractive new setting. Includes concordance and maps. The sheer quantity and quality of study material as well as the highest quality printing and binding make this an instant classic. (We know of no other Authorized Version Bible with 200,000 references, chapter summaries, concordances, original translator notes, all in one excellent volume!) Page Size: 8.5″ x 6″ Thickness: 1.3″ Print Size: 9.6 point Schuyler Authorized Version Reference Bible – printed and bound in the Netherlands by Jongbloed for Schuyler publishers. Westminster Reference Bible, premium calfskin leather. This Bible contains over two hundred thousand cross-references, and also features a concordance and 8 full-colour maps. Features: Cantara Goatskin or Calfskin leather cover Leather lined Art-Gilt Edging (red under gold) Perimeter Stitching (along perimeter of the Bible for added strength) 1728 pages Cross references Black text throughout – a jpg of the interior Quality sewn binding Four marker ribbons Bible paper Additional Contents: Gift presentation page Translators to the Reader The Epistle Dedicatory Original marginal notations provided by the translators and official revisers of the Authorised Version List of pronunciation of words and proper names Chapter Summaries Italics for inserted words not in original languages References Word list on page Daily Bible reading plan Concordance Colour maps Page Size: 8.5″ x...Read More
Category: King James Version (KJV)
The classic KJV Pitt Minion has now been updated to match the current line of Cambridge Pitt Minions. This is a new edition of the KJV Pitt Minion with many updates including the layout, font, and the addition of the Reader’s Companion. Pros Digital font is sharp and print is consistent Paragraph format with poetry in verse format Reader’s Companion Small size is easy to carry Cons Small text might be difficult for some readers Here are the major features: Paragraph format 6.75-point Lexicon No. 1 digital font Red-letter (also available in black) Black Goatskin (other covers available) Center-column...Read More
I love e-readers, but in general, Bibles on e-readers are difficult to use. That’s because e-books are developed with the idea of reading one page at a time, in order, with no reason to jump around. This works great for fiction. It even works fine for most non-fiction, but for reference works and the Bible, e-readers need something more. They need to run the Bible as an app. I’ve used apps for PDA’s and smartphone’s for years and that’s exactly what the Kindle needs to make the Bible usable. Bible apps give us features like book and verse selection screens, the book and chapter at the top of the screen, highlighting, bookmarks, annotations, and powerful searching. That’s what Miklal Software’s KJV Bible App for Kindle is. It’s an app that works like Bibles found on smartphones, tablets, and PC’s. It has usability you can’t get in just a standard Kindle e-book. Here are some of its strengths: Easy navigation Bookmarking Annotations Powerful searches Highlighting Book and chapter shows at the top of the screen I really love the navigation. I go from one book to another a lot and this app makes it fast and easy. Just go to the navigation screen, select the book, select the chapter, and select the verse. Simple. Just like a Bible app should be. The searches are amazing. There are several ways to...Read More
There are several KJV Study Bibles on the market, but the Holman KJV Study Bible is the only one with full color photos and maps throughout the text. The quality of the color visuals, along with the quality of paper, consistency of print, and quality of tools make this one of the best study Bibles that I’ve seen. Pros Notes provide multiple points of view Full color throughout Cons Large Heavy Here are some of the basic features: Presentation page Family records 20 Articles and essays Center column references 15,000 Notes 141 Full-color photos 8 Full-color maps + 59...Read More
Coming in a few months, Local Church Bible Publishers is releasing an updated version of their immensely popular Note Takers Bible. It will have larger print, taking the font from 11-point to 11.5-point (not sure about leading), and the print will be darker. I’m hoping they add a few pages for writing notes in the back. Stay tuned for details and a review as soon as...Read More
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