Tag Archives: Bible Design

Back in . . . Black: The NKJV Cambridge Clarion Reference Bible in Black Calf Split Leather

Since first receiving my ESV Clarion Reference Bible last summer, I’ve come to love this Bible, and it has even become my main, go-to English Bible for most purposes.  I am excited to have a chance to review one of … Continue reading

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Reading the KJV Again for the First Time: The New Cambridge Paragraph Bible in Black Calfskin (Personal Size with Apocrypha) Part 1

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“Zeal to promote the common good, whether it be by devising anything ourselves, or revising that which hath been laboured by others, deserveth certainly much respect and esteem, but yet findeth but cold entertainment in the world.” –The Translators of the Authorized … Continue reading

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An Undiscovered Gem: The Stone Edition Tanach–Pocket Sized Edition

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Today I return to my stack of Bibles-to-review, and I am really excited about getting to share this edition with you.  This time, I want to show off the Stone Edition Tanach (yes, Tanach is how Artscroll spells it).  The … Continue reading

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Single Column or Double Column?

Not that long ago, the vast majority of Bibles had more or less the same layout:  Two columns of text with each verse beginning on a new line.  These days, paragraph format is the norm for most Bibles, and single column Bibles … Continue reading

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