Choosing My Preaching Bible part 8 – my choice and recommendations

This is part 8, the finale, of me choosing my preaching Bible. In this one, I show my thought process of all the different options based on how the Bible will be used, what I chose and why, and my recommendations for each of the options and other translations. I cover how the Bible will be used including preaching only, study, marking, carry, all-purpose, and combo editions.

I chose a Bible that had the paper, print, and tools I can use for preaching. Now, I want to color-code it with preaching in mind using the concepts in my book, Easy Bible Marking Guide.

This process also gave me several ideas for Bible designs that I will pitch to publishers or take to Kickstarter.

Bibles and books mentioned (some include affiliate links)

Thomas Nelson KJV Preaching Bible

Review

Purchase
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LCBP 215

Review

LCBP
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Thomas Nelson Large Print Thinline

Review

Amazon 
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CBP Notetakers

Review

Purchase

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Cambridge Clarion

Review

Amazon

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Cambridge Concord

Review

Amazon

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Cambridge Turquoise

Review

Amazon

Evangelical Bible

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Schuyler Canterbury

Review

Evangelical Bible

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Schuyler Personal Size Canterbury

Review

Evangelical Bible

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Personal Size New Cambridge Paragraph Bible

Review

Amazon 

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Thomas Nelson KJV Minister’s Bible 

Review

Amazon

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Easy Bible Marking Guide

Paperback

Kindle

About The Author

Randy A Brown

WordPress writer by day, Bible reviewer by night, pastor all the time. And there's also that author thing.

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3 Comments

  1. Prentiss Yeates

    One of the Bible’s I do wish was developed is a teacher’s bible. I think David Cook’s Sunday school bible is okay, but would prefer they publish the Nkjv with a wider margin with references. Is there a bible you would recommend that would help the Sunday school teacher?
    Thank you

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    • Randy A Brown

      Great question! I’ll go back through them and see. What features do you feel are the most important?

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