4 edition of KJV Pitt Minion Reference Bible Black Bonded Leather KJ182 found in the catalog.
October 23, 2003 by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||990|
Open to about the first hundred pages or so of the Bible and press firmly but slowly, running fingers up and down the gutters. Paragraph Style: Text is arranged into paragraphs rather than each verse beginning a new line. Another stand out feature of the bible is the art guilt pages. My chief complaint about it is that the cover after any use begins to flake away, leaving tiny bits of calfskin leather. It is just a very handy size.
Durability would probably be on par with bonded leather, but even less expensive. Now, I know there are plenty of good Bibles out there, but when contrasted with the outstanding ones they fall short in some areas. A new style, color, format, etc can be a nice change. The binding is usually glued with little to no stitching. This layout is conducive to long sessions of uninterrupted reading.
I have had the Bible for a month and I enjoy it more each morning I read from it. It is softer than the shiny genuine leather covers that are made from pigskin. To me, there are really minor points and will not keep from buying Lord willing! While it not as soft and velvety as a top grain cowhide or other similar leather, it is certainly far above bonded leather and even some other less-than-top-grain bindings.
A biology of dragonflies.
Surface mine reclamation manual
California motions to terminate civil cases
The Aristotelian form
Alfred Kubin, book illustrator.
Agenda paper and report of the Council [for the] Annual General Meeting 1952.
work of Alison Britton
manual of environmental appraisal
The East Coast
World Bank group in Thailand.
investigation of the adoption process in training technology transfer
Social work in geriatric home health care
Unvented hot water storage systems
A mirror of Shalott
How to win sponsors and influence people
Guidelines for assessing flood damage in South Africa
This is a nice, thick but portable Bible. If you must have an Apocrypha in your volume then you would have to go with the Oxford. They look nice, but can be a chore to write on contrasted to the typical Cambridge presentation pages. The leather edition is very fine and soft.
The text is very readable, it almost leaps off the page! It is a case bound Bible. I was in a retail sleeve instead of a box. The text of this edition should be familiar to KJV readers.
Honestly, if the Clarion setting could be printed on the size and quality paper of the Legacy, that would be amazing. Do remember that virtually no one sells these at the full retail price though.
The goatskin is very supple with a nice grain to it. This keeps you centered in the text. The one nice thing that may maintain my first decision is the red under gold gilt edges they are really nice! Still a great Bible and well worth the purchase. I like the format here. It seemed like such a simple and obvious improvement to me.
I am so glad I did. It does use the self-pronouncing text. Having said that I think this is a good choice where portability is desired over paper quality, and the ability to add notes.
Another stand out feature of the bible is the art guilt pages. Neither have maps or helps in the back. This is perfect for me because I have a visual memory. Yet it lives -- as water for the thirsty.
This one makes more sense in the long run.
Not by choice, mind you, but because of falling apart from low quality and heavy use. Despite the thin and smooth paper, the shadowing is not too bad although worse than Allan.
I still read and study from the KJV, but wanted to include another translation that was faithful to the manuscripts they translated and the ESV was it.
They had to make the paper thin because this Bible has over pages compared to about in the Allan. Highly recommended! It reads well, and feels great in your hand. Unlike some other single-column settings, it reads as easily as a trade paperback.
This edition only has standard gilt, but even that is preferable here as it is attractive in concert with this special binding. Then I found this one. Rated 5 out of 5 Justin Perry — February 17, Let me begin by saying a few things about my preferences: I typically like large, black, thinline bibles- not small, brown, chunky bibles like this one.NKJV Large Print (8 pt.) Compact Reference Bible, Black Bonded Leather with Magnetic Flap.
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Bonded Leather: Waste scraps of leather that is ground and mixed with latex and made into sheets that resemble the texture and feel of leather. The Personal Edition is about the same size as the Pitt Minion.
The Classic Reference is about an inch in each direction larger. The Classic Reference is probably the. Nov 23, · Today we are looking at a wonderful Study Bible from Thomas Nelson, here in it's top spec Genuine Leather binding.
This is a fantastic study Bible. KJV Pocket Reference Edition: Dark Grey, Imitation Leather Full Product Description The KJV Pocket Reference Bible is a new addition to the Cambridge catalogue but it actually represents a familiar edition - the elegant KJV Pitt Minion - in a very compact and portable format.
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