For those of you who are contemplating whether or not to take the plunge and purchase this new study Bible, before you throw down the dough, read these six basic tips on choosing the right quality Bible. The name of the blog that I stumbled on is called Bible Design and Binding. Mark Bertrand has tons of reviews and questions like the one below on choosing a durable Bible that will stand the test of time.
1. A binding can be either (a) sewn or (b) glued.
2. Today’s inexpensive options are better than ever.
3. Hardback editions offer the best bang for the buck.
4. Bonded vs. Genuine Leather.
5. Higher Quality Leathers.
6. A Name to Trust.
To see many more photos and reviews of Bibles, please take a moment and visit their site @ Bible Design and Binding.