- What is a reader’s Bible?
- Why a reader’s Bible?
- This particular reader’s Bible → chapter and verse markings.
- 6 volume set: (1) Pentateuch, (2) Historical Books, (3) Poetry, (4) Prophets, (5) Gospel & Acts, (6) Epistles & Revelation (following LXX order, standard in English translations).
- Comes with permanent slipcase/holder.
- Cloth-over-board (hardcover).
- Also available: premium goatskin edition; single-volume version.
- Generous spacing.
- 12 point font.
- Higher quality, thicker paper.
- Smaller, less obtrusive verse markings.
- Chapter and verse location provided in corners.
- Black text (no red letter).
- Minimal use of headings.
- No cross references or citation references.
- No footnotes.
- Provides a format to experience and interact with the Bible less like a reference work.
- A more enjoyable experience, like reading a “regular” book.
- Helps with reading larger quantities of scripture (provides more accurate perception).
- I prefer the inclusion of chapter and verse markings in this version (best of both worlds).
- Probably needs to be a supplement to a regular one-volume versions of the Bible. (This will be my “at-home” Bible.)
- I’d prefer is they had ditched the headers altogether.
- $200 retail (I found at $115 elsewhere).
- Premium leather edition = $500 ($280 elsewhere).
- Single-volume edition = $20+.