Foundation’s Side Column Reference Bible in NASB is a single-column, wide-margin edition at an amazing price-point. It has the features you’d expect in a Bible for personal study and preaching/teaching. Pros Wide margins Large font Cons Paper is thin for writing Features Updated NASB Black Leathertex Sewn binding Presentation page Family records 10/11-point font Black letter 1 inch margin Side-column references Single-column text Verse-by-verse format Poetry set to verse OT quotes in all-caps Section headings 82 page concordance/dictionary 8 Maps Gilted edges 1 ribbon marker 9.75 x 7 x 1.5 Suggested retail price $36.95 ISBN: 9781581351583 Click here to...Read More
Category: New American Standard Bible (NASB)
I love topical Bible study and topical study Bibles. To me a good study Bible will give you the tools to do your own study and allow Scripture to interpret Scripture. Foundation’s NASB Topical Reference Bible does just that. It has both a topical index and a Dictionary/Concordance/Thesaurus. These tools combine to make a great study Bible without an overload of theological opinion. Pros Topical index Dictionary/Concordance/Thesaurus Cons Not available in genuine leather Features NASB Red-letter Topical index 95,000 references Section headings Family information pages Tables with miracles, parables, etc. Dictionary/Concordance/Thesaurus Book introductions Reading plan Maps 8.75 x 6...Read More
Foundation Publications has several NASB editions that I’ve been eyeing lately. Among them is the Large Print Ultrathin Reference Bible. All the basic reference Bible tools are here: center-column references, translation notes, concordance, and maps. Pros Large 10-point font is sharp and bold 95,000 cross references Smyth sewn Cons No table of weights and measures No Harmony of the Gospels No reading plan Features NASB, 2003 updated edition Bonded leather Smyth sewn binding 10-point font Black-letter 2 column Verse format 95,000 cross references Section headings 66 page Concordance 8 Maps Ribbon marker Presentation and family pages 9.6 x 6.75...Read More
The Schuyler Quentel NASB looks like an amazing Bible. It has a nice print and the best paper available. It truly sets a new standard in Bible publishing. It is now in stock at EvangelicalBible.com. Here is the information from their site: Black Goatskin Cover -with HOLY BIBLE on the cover (all other colors do not have HOLY BIBLE on front cover) with Full Leather lining 11 point font Line Matching 45 GSM Bible Paper (most opaque in the industry) 6 x 9 trim size 16 mm margins (approx 0.65″) 47mm bulk (thickness) – approx 1.8″ 4 x 1cm ribbons (All Navy Blue) Art-Gilt edging (red under gold) with gilt line (gold line inside the cover) 9mm yapp Smyth Sewn Black letter text (chapter numbers, headers and page number in red) more than 95,000 entry cross references Concordance, 4,025 entry – over 20,000 scripture references. 7 presentation pages 32 pages of extensive Oxford maps (include: Jerusalem, Land of Canaan, Exodus and Wilderness, Joshua Judges Samuel Saul, David and Solomon, Israel and Judah, Assyrian Empire, Persian Empire, Judah in the Persian and Hellenistic Periods, Empire of Alexander, Kingdom of Herod, Judea in the 1st Century AD, Places mentioned in the NT, Roman Empire, Paul’s Missionary Journeys....Read More
Posted by Randy A Brown | Jan 2, 2013 | Baker Publishing, Bible Reviews, Bibles, Cambridge, Crossway, E-books, English Standard Version (ESV), Hendrickson, Holman, Journaling, King James Version (KJV), Miklal Software Solutions, New American Standard Bible (NASB), New Leaf Press, Parallel, Reference, Revelation Books, Study Bible | 4 |
2012 saw a lot of amazing Bibles and we reviewed a few of them here at Bible Buying Guide. Here’s a quick look at the 2012 releases and links to our reviews: We started the year with the Cambridge Concord in calf-split leather, a fine specimen of Bible craftsmanship. This is a new cover for the original Concord. It’s much stiffer than calfskin and has a nice pebbly grain. It is a nice size and has a bold 8-point font. The red-letter is sharp and bold. The paper is very nice and opaque. The Concord has a great set of study tools with a glossary and dictionary, making the Concord a fine study and reading Bible. Hendrickson released the AW Tozer Bible that included over 500 selections from 40 volumes of writings from 20th century writer AW Tozer. Tozer’s writings are presented in three categories called On Scripture, Reflections, and Challenges. The AW Tozer Bible can be used as a study Bible and devotional Bible. New Leaf Press released the Henry Morris Study Bible, a large print study Bible with the focus on young earth creationism from the writings of Henry Morris. It includes commentary with a focus on creation and 22 appendixes that cover creation, science, the flood, the Bible, and more. One of our most popular reviews was the Cambridge Clarion ESV. It follows the layout design of...Read More
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