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...Read More
This weekend Lockman is giving away a new NASB & Amplified Parallel Bible. Saturday they will post a question on their Facebook page and randomly pick a winner on Sunday. Here’s the page: The Lockman Foundation Facebook Page...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
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