Category: Zondervan

Zondervan Thinline Large Print KJV Review

The Zondervan Thinline Large Print KJV is meant to be an everyday go-to Bible in large print. It’s meant to be a travel Bible that you can carry where ever you need to without sacrificing print size or having to settle for an overly large book-block. Something of course has to be sacrificed in order to keep the book-block thin enough and still retain the large print. What was sacrificed, and is the sacrifice worth it? Let’s take a look and see. Price $17-23 (depending on color) | Buy from Amazon Binding The cover is burgundy / carmel (tan)...

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NIV Beautiful Word Bible Review

The hottest trends in Bibles right now is art-journaling. Most of the popular publishers are bringing out their own editions. Most include single column text with a 2” ruled margin for notes or drawings. Zondervan has taken that idea to a different level by adding drawings from 7 popular art-journaling artists. In this review, and with the help of my art-journaling wife, I take a look at Zondervan’s NIV Beautiful Word Bible. Binding This edition is hard cover with a dust jacket. If you remove the dust jacket you’ll see a similarly designed cover in hand-drawn fonts. The binding...

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UBS NIV Greek English New Testament Review

The UBS NIV Greek English New Testament from Zondervan Academic combines the 5th edition of the UBS critical text (with full apparatus) and the 2011 edition of the NIV. It provides a hand-sized parallel edition that’s easy to use for students and translators. The UBS 5 text contains the same Greek text as NA28. The only difference is a few details of punctuation and paragraphing. Spellings have been changed to match the Nestle-Aland 28th edition. It includes variants and adds manuscript evidence for the variants, showing how the variants and their evidence work together. Papyri 117-127 are also included....

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NIV Journal Edition Bible Review

The single-column journaling Bible has become a staple format in Bible publishing (from an idea sparked by Mark Bertrand). I am glad to see publishers providing their translations in this format. This includes Zondervan’s latest edition: the NIV Journal Edition. This Bible, very wisely, doesn’t try to break new ground and do anything innovative. Instead, it follows the tried and true single-column journaling format to a tee, and does it as good as anybody. Binding This cover is soft dark-brown leather that’s simply called “Premium Leather” (it’s also available in imitation and hard cover). I don’t know what the...

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