Review: KJV Reader’s Bible

KJV Reader’s Bible, Black/Brown Tooled LeatherTouch by Anonymous My rating: 4 of 5 stars I’m being generous and hopeful with four stars; I love the idea of this KJV Reader’s Bible, and the the execution…

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ESV Reader’s Bible, Six-Volume Set: A “New” Old Bible

This review originally appeared in the Christian Library Journal. It is used here by permission. The ESV Reader’s Bible, Six-Volume Set, published by Crossway (cloth over board with cardboard slipcase), is something old, something new, something…

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Lo, It Cometh

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Good Interview about Bible Clutter

Interesting: Tony Reinke talks to Glenn Pauw of Biblica about my Bible Typography Manifesto. Well, okay, they never mention it by name, but you can tell it’s what they have in mind… Do give it a…

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Bible Editions are Tools

A highly respected and faithful friend of mine heard me deliver this lecture on “Why Bible Typography Matters”, which aimed at getting people to read “reader’s editions” of the Bible, printings with no verse or…

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Insights from Cool People that Know Stuff About Things

I like working with cool people who know stuff about things. I was talking about Bible typography with one such person at my office recently, an editor at Lexham Press, and he made a little…

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