Category: New American Standard Bible (NASB)

Cambridge NASB Pitt Minion Bible Review

The Cambridge Pitt Minion has been a popular Bible for many years, and with good reason – the size and quality create a Bible that’s easy to carry without sacrificing features. It’s available in several translations including the NASB. In this review I’m taking a look at the NASB Pitt Minion in black goatskin. This is model NS446:XR, ISBN: 9780521604123, which was printed and bound in the Netherlands by Royal Jongbloed and provided free for review by Cambridge University Press. _______________________________________________ Buy from (includes affiliate links) Amazon Barnes & Noble Books-A-Million Evangelical Bible and a few local Bible bookstores _______________________________________________ PROS Easy to...

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AMG Giant Print NASB Leonard’s Rebind in 17th Century Parsons Style Hard Cover

A reader shared pictures of his AMG Giant Print NASB that Leonard’s rebound in their 17th Century Parsons style hard cover. These pictures were so amazing that I had to share them (with his permission of course).  The pouch was a custom order from Renaissance Art. Now I know what I want my KJV AMG to look like. Can you guess what kind of leather it is? Scroll down for the answer. Leonard’s calls this leather rustic spindled goatskin. It’s a winner in my...

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In Touch Ministries Wide Margin NASB Note Takers Bible

By Matthew Sherro This is the best Bible that I have ever had in my hands. This will be a double review as I have this Bible in both hardcover and burgundy calfskin. Before we dive into the review, I need to provide the following disclosures: the Lockman Foundation at no charge provided the burgundy calfskin; the hardcover was purchased for the purposes of preaching my mother’s funeral.   Let’s begin:   The Text Itself I won’t belabor the choice of text. If you have read any of my reviews, you know that the NASB is my translation of...

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Review of the Cambridge Pitt Minion ESV (Brown) and NASB (Black) in Calf Split Leather

By Rev. Matthew Everhard               Some smaller tools are more useful than larger ones. A dentist uses a tiny drill and not a concrete jackhammer. (Thank goodness). A smart phone should fit in my jeans pocket; I don’t need a backpack to tote it around. The reason the Lone Ranger carried a six-shooter in his holster instead of a rocket launcher is that the shoulder-fired weapon couldn’t fit on his horse! When it comes to Bibles, there are very good reasons to have very large Bibles. Some study Bibles have more material than the first year of seminary....

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Schuyler Bibles’ Quentel NASB Bible: The Very Best You Can Get

In a world where quality continues to plummet, Schuyler Bibles has set a new standard of excellence both in product and service. If I managed a Bible publisher I would definitely pay close attention to Schuyler Bibles. So what makes a Schuyler Quentel so great? There are a few answers to that question, and to show why the Quentel is, deservedly, the best you can buy, we will also take a look at the other premium Bibles that I own, the NASB In Touch Ministries Edition Note Takers Bible (Foundation Publications), the NASB Side Column Reference Bible (Foundation Publications)...

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