Holman has gone and done something that that is sure to make a lot of Bible journaler’s happy – they’ve licensed Crossway’s Journal Bible design to produce their very own journaling Bible in some of today’s top translations – the HCSB, NJKV, and KJV. It has a few differences. Some very good. Some not so good (depending on your point of view). In this Bible review I take a look at the NKJV edition. Cover and Binding – Bonded Leather Over Board The cover is bonded leather over board. I’m not sure if it is, but it looks and...Read More
Here’s a quick look at Holman’s new Journaling Bible. Here are a few photos to whet your appetite. The full review is coming soon. It has thick paper for writing or drawing, semi-bold font, dark red-letter, section headings, reading plan, concordance, and maps. If you’re a fan of Crossway’s ESV Single Column Journaling Bible you’ll be very please with the Holman. You can pre-order it from Amazon here: NKJV Journaling Bible® HCSB Journaling Bible® KJV Journaling Bible®...Read More
Ultrathin reference Bibles are a staple in the market. If they have the right quality of tools they can be that one Bible that does everything: carry, reading, preaching, teaching, and even sermon or class prep. In this review I take a look at Holman’s KJV Ultrathin Reference Bible and see if it can be that one, Jack of all trades Bible. Pros Handy size Lots of features Cons Has to break in before it will lay open Features KJV Imitation leather Sewn binding Presentation and family pages Preface Article on Why Read the King James Version Americanized spellings...Read More
Holman’s KJV Minister’s Bible was made to meet the specific needs of the minister: preaching and ministerial duties. With its large print and wide margins it has the potential to be a great preaching Bible. The top grain cow hide is one of the most flexible and elegant covers I’ve ever seen. Pros Soft cover Sewn binding Large print Wide margins Cons Inner margin too narrow Not enough resources Ministry helps contain bias Features KJV Top Grain Cow Hide Smyth sewn White paper 11 point font Double column Verse format Wide margin End of verse references End of verse...Read More
By Matthew Sherro This is my most important and, consequently, emotional review I have undertaken because this review comes on the heels of me doing something that has not happened in 18 years and likely will not happen again for an equally long time, changing the English version that I use for my primary ministry Bible. Since 1996 I have carried an NASB with me on a daily basis (almost 2/3 of my life) and I intend to continue using NASB until the Lord calls me home since it cannot be beaten when it comes to literalness in translation....Read More
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