Category: Holman

Quick Look – Holman Minister’s Pocket Bible

I spent a day in Cedar Springs Christian Bookstore in Knoxville, TN secretly filming reviews and taking pictures of Bibles. This isn’t as detailed as my standard reviews, and some of the photos and videos are blurry, but maybe there’s enough information here to help you decide if this Bible is for you. The Holman Minister’s Pocket Bible is a small text-only edition in NKJV and KJV about the size of a Pitt Minion. In the back it has a concordance, maps, subject index, and in the middle is has several minister’s helps for events such as funerals, weddings, etc. It’s...

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ICRS – The Holman Booth

We took a quick look at the Holman booth. They had a few Bibles and lots of books. They prominently displayed the Holman and Rainbow study Bibles as well as the Note Taking Bibles (previously labeled Journaling Bible). Sorry for the blurry...

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HCSB Will Be Updated and Become CSB

The Holman Christian Standard (HCSB) is currently going through a revision. When the revision launches in March of 2017 it will have a name change: Christian Standard Bible (CSB). The HCSB title will continue to be used until the update in 2017. There will be a full line of Bibles for readers of all ages with the first run of products releasing March 2017. You can find more information at the new CSB website: CSBible.com The website includes translation information, transition plans, tools, merchandising, and products. The Bible in this image is the HCSB Study Bible. You can read the...

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The Gospel Project Bible – Review

Holman’s latest HCSB Bible, the Gospel Project Bible, is a devotional Bible that focuses on Christ as the unifying theme. From Genesis to Revelation it shows Jesus in the center of God’s plan of redemption. The purpose of this Bible is to show the overarching story and help readers see the connections. It includes 140 illustrations by Gustav Dore’. Binding This edition is hard cover without a dust jacket (I prefer them without dust jackets because they’re easier to handle). Holman continues their trend of including a ribbon marker with hard cover editions. I wish more publishers would do...

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