Monthly Archives: July 2011

Getting a Specialty Bible Right: The HCSB Soldier’s Bible

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There’s a fine line between gimmicky “impulse-buy” Bibles designed to exploit a target audience (think “the fly-fisherman’s Bible;” or worse yet “the cartoon-princess-purse Bible” that actually has a faux shoulder-strap) and well executed meaningful specialty Bibles that serve a legitimate purpose. … Continue reading

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Cambridge KJV Pocket Concord: A Compact Classic

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While not the smallest Bible I’ve seen, the Cambridge KJV Pocket Concord is the smallest I’ve reviewed thus far.  It truly is a pocket edition.  As such, it’s proof that Cambridge can do things right.  While there’s a lot that I could … Continue reading

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In Search of the Ideal Pocket Bible

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I’ve been away from the blog for a while, and I’m planning to come back in the coming weeks with a single focus: reviewing and examining pocket Bibles. Sometime in the last few months I think I crossed a line … Continue reading

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