I’m expecting delivery of the new Scepter Daily Bible soon, but in the meantime, I just saw a copy with the black imitation leather cover at a local Catholic gift shop. I can confirm that it features a sewn binding. The imitation leather feels rubbery — no one would confuse Continue Reading
Following the Trail of Breadcrumbs for the Upcoming NRSV Revision
Back in 2017, the National Council of Churches (NCC) entered an agreement with the Society of Biblical Literature (SBL) to revise the New Revised Standard Version. The original announcement was printed on page 7 of the 2017 SBL annual report here. There are three broad goals for the revision: Incorporating Continue Reading
RL Allan NRSV with Apocrypha
As Timothy mentioned briefly in his recent post Confessions of an Ugly-Bible Reader, RL Allan has recently published a new premium NRSV with Apocrypha. The bible is bound in Allan’s famous highland goatskin leather, and it’s available in four colors: black, brown, navy blue, and red. This is the second Continue Reading
American Bible Society’s NABRE E100 Military Edition — Guest Post by Jean E.
The NABRE E100 Military Edition, published by the American Bible Society at the request of Archbishop Timothy Broglio, has been out for just over six years. According to the Archdiocese of the Military Services news article: “Bound in water-resistant, earth-toned digital camouflage covers, the special volume of the New American Continue Reading
Scepter RSV-CE Now Available!
Scepter Press is featuring their brand new RSV-CE Daily Bible on their homepage. It’s now available! The bible comes in either red or black imitation leather for $29.95. It features color maps, a single ribbon marker, and a double-column text layout. The product page on the Leaflet Missal website still Continue Reading
Coming Soon: ESV with Apocrypha from Anglican Liturgy Press
A reader recently sent me a tip that Anglican Liturgy Press will be publishing the ESV with Apocrypha as a pew bible. According to the product description, this bible will be an “adaptation” of the Oxford ESV with Apocrypha which was published in 2009 and is no longer in print. Continue Reading