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NIV Read Easy Bible Review
This black Italian Duo-Tone™ NIV ReadEasy Bible brings readability and portability together in one neat, sophisticated package. Whether at church, in the coffee shop, or trekking around the globe, this handy-sized Bible is the perfect companion. Its convenient size makes it easy to keep the timeless truth of God’s Word at hand in any situation.
I have over the years switched almost exclusively over to the ipad and iphone using youversion for my bible. I love having every version and resource at my finger tips. This is pretty odd if you know me though. I love books. I love paper. I love the smell of books and can’t read an ebook because I just miss the feel of a book in my hands.
I saw booklookblogger site was looking for reviews on this bible so, being a long time NIV fan, I requested it. It is a really nice bible with smooth leather. It is thin and not bulky, but isnt the super slim edition due to its “read easy” feature. The text is huge in this book which is nice to preach from because I am a few feet from the book.
It boast a layflat design, but it only seemed to lay flat when it was open to the middle. I was preaching on Ephesians and couldn’t get it to stay open which rendered it frustrating and not usable.
While I know it’s the hipster thing to do, I really am loving the ESV. I forgot a bout the differences.
I wish it had more room in the margins for study and writing.
I go back and forth between ESV and NIV and would recommend this bible to anybody, but especially those who will require the larger print.
As far as the content goes: ITS AMAZING!
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