I would say that this appears to be a fairly durable Parallel Gospels Bible. I would consider this to be a tool for studying or reading. Scriptures are very readable for the Scripture text. The commentary notes are a little smaller, but still very readable. One of the things that I have to give the publisher accolades on is the use of the four colors that differentiate the Scripture text as being either Matthew blue type , Mark green type , Luke red type or John purple-ish type.
This approach makes it consistent and easy to know what book you are reading from in each of the columns. Paper used for this Bible is actually very nice.
Since this is strictly a Gospel account comparison Bible and is not the full text of the Old and New Testament, they could afford to produce it on a nicer opaque stock without having to worry about it being too thick. Keep in mind that when I am doing these ratings, it is based on the physical makeup, format, extra-biblical content and value of the bible, not rating the Word of God itself. It is a hardcover Bible, but overall, it is actually pretty good quality. The fonts used are very pleasing and easy to read font in my opinion.
The use of the different text colors to make it easy to know what book you are reading from really are a very nice design approach. Yes, this is a hardcover Bible, but overall, it feels pretty well made nonetheless.
Henry R. Pike (Author of Selah!)
Simply because this is the first time I personally have seen the Gospels done in a way that is chronological and parallel like this. Very nicely done in my opinion.
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