Category: Bible Reviews

The Message Catholic Ecumenical Edition Review

While not a Bible translation and not to be used in place of reading the Bible, The Message can be a valuable reading tool to read along with your Bible, and I can’t imagine a better layout to read than this one. In this review I take a look at The Message Catholic Ecumenical Edition in paperback. This is a work by Eugene Peterson and William Griffin. ISBN: 9780879464943 Materials This is a large paperback edition with 1984 pages (counting a few blank pages in the back). It has a glued binding with paper in the upper 20s or...

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MEV The Promises of God Creative Journaling Bible Review

Passio’s first illustrated Bible is the MEV The Promises of God Creative Journaling Bible. FEATURES MEV (Modern English Version) Hardcover Sewn binding 2.25″ margins Double-column paragraph format 8 point font Words of Christ in red Harmony of the Gospels and parallel passage references 38 gsm (approx) cream paper 1103 pages 9 blank pages in back 8.5″ x 7.25″ x 1.75″ 2 pounds 14 ounces ISBN 9781629990927 COVER & BINDING Passio’s creative journaling Bible is an aqua and white with accents of copper hardcover with sewn binding. The thick paper liners are a light yellow and white version of the circle...

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Stay Curious About the Bible with the NIV Faithlife Study Bible

To help build our curiosity in God’s Word, Zondervan has partnered with Faithlife (maker of Logos and the Faithlife Study Bible app) to publish the NIV Faithlife Study Bible. The Bible includes study notes that were adapted from the Faithlife Study Bible app. The study notes are built on the original languages and include multiple points of view. The purpose of this study Bible is to help Christians stay curious about God’s Word. How do we stay curious about the Bible? Why is this important? It’s important because there’s always more to learn about God’s Word. We can never...

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CSB Large Print Ultrathin Reference Bible Review

Holman has transitioned the HCSB to the newest version, called simply CSB, and now we can expect lots of new Bibles in this newest translation including this one: the Large Print Ultrathin Reference Bible. The LPUT is a staple format for Holman. It’s one they’ve perfected and I’ve reviewed several in other translations, but this one has one major difference from all the others: an edge-lined goatskin leather cover. Note – This was an advanced copy, so there could be some minor editorial changes since it went to print. ____________________________ Buy from Amazon ____________________________ Features CSB (Christian Standard Bible)...

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TBS Slimline Pocket New Testament KJV Review

The TBS Slimline Pocket New Testament is one of those checkbook style Bibles that’s made to carry in your coat pocket or purse. Although it’s only a New Testament, this edition is by far my favorite in this format. It has a feature that I’d love to see become more popular in KJV’s: single column paragraph. Features KJV New Testament Checkbook format Burgundy Vivella cover Sewn Single-column paragraph 7 point font Black letter Section headings Bible Word List Daily Reading Plan Burgundy ribbon ISBN: 9781862283640 Model: 65E/TR (Burgundy) Printed in Great Britain from Eyre & Spottiswoode $12 __________________________ Buy...

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