Tyndale’s NLT Select Reference Bible and Schuyler’s Caxton NLT: A Comparative Review

Ever since I had my first Cambridge Clarion, I loved the idea of a single-column Bible optimized for extended reading, but I couldn’t help feeling that the Clarion wasn’t available in any reader-optimized translations. Don’t get me wrong, I love the less-interpretive translations too (the ESV is my favorite), and I’m not dissing Cambridge by any … More Tyndale’s NLT Select Reference Bible and Schuyler’s Caxton NLT: A Comparative Review

Schuyler Quentel ESV in Tan Goatskin (2nd Edition)

Can the best get better? This week I learned the answer is a resounding “yes.” What follows is not a full-fledged Bible review (I reviewed the 1st edition of the Quentel ESV here). Rather, this is a brief write-up that attempts two things: (1) To note the differences between the 1st and 2nd edition Quentel ESV; and … More Schuyler Quentel ESV in Tan Goatskin (2nd Edition)

The KJV Westminster Reference Bible by TBS and Schuyler: A Comparative Review

Perhaps no translation enjoys as many permutations and combinations as the King James Version. So far on this blog, I’ve showcased a few of the best, including the Cambridge Concord, Wide Margin, Cameo, Clarion, and the Allan Longprimer (both the 53 and 63 models). So it is fitting that I now introduce you to a text block published … More The KJV Westminster Reference Bible by TBS and Schuyler: A Comparative Review

NASB Side-Column Reference Bible in Black Calfskin (Lockman Foundation)

The NASB Side-Column Reference Bible (henceforth SCR), produced by the Lockman Foundation, is an interesting animal. If you love the NASB, and you can get over its idiosyncrasies, this Bible could become your best friend. Externals Let me get this out of the way: The thing that bothers me most about this Bible may just be … More NASB Side-Column Reference Bible in Black Calfskin (Lockman Foundation)