ESV Preaching Bible, Verse-by-Verse Edition, Black Goatskin

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The ESV Preaching Bible, Verse-by-Verse Edition builds upon the foundational features of the ESV Preaching Bible with a new verse-by-verse format. The primary vision behind this edition was to create a Bible specifically tailored to the task of preaching. To that end, this edition maintains a preacher-friendly layout with each verse on its own line to ensure ease in public and personal reading. This elegant Bible features a highly readable type, enlarged and bolded verse numbers, extra-wide margins, high-quality paper, a durable smyth-sewn binding, and a premium goatskin cover guaranteed to last a lifetime.


  • 9.75-point Lexicon type
  • 6.25 in x 9.125 in
  • Single-column, verse-by-verse format
  • High-quality, coated Bible paper
  • Created from the ground up with input from pastors and church leaders
  • Enlarged and bolded verse numbers surrounded by extra space to easily locate verses on the page
  • Presentation page
  • Concordance
  • 2 ribbon markers
  • Lifetime guarantee

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Weight 5 lbs

1 review for ESV Preaching Bible, Verse-by-Verse Edition, Black Goatskin

  1. Josh M. (verified owner)

    I couldn’t decide between 3 or 4 stars. I did end up giving it 4 because it is a very nice Bible though there are a couple of things that I was disappointed about.

    First, I’ll share the good. The cover is very nice. It is soft and comparable to my Schuyler goatskin. I also like the four raised ribs on the spine. As far as the layout goes, it’s easy to see why it’s called a “preaching Bible.” The verses are easy to find and the readability is great. The paper is also great for note taking and there is lots of room to write. It is line matched and there isn’t a lot of bleed through when taking notes. I know some have complained about the Bible having a concordance, maps, and the measurement chart (apparently preaching Bibles shouldn’t have them according to some), but I like having those things to reference while I’m taking notes and studying.

    Second, I’ll share the bad. The goat skin on the inside of the cover where the stitching is looks kind of gnarly. It’s almost like it wasn’t cut evenly or something. I don’t think Schuyler would put a product out like that. The Bible also came with weird splotches on the art gilding. I think for a premium Bible they should pay more attention to detail. I’d also say that the red under gold art gilding is not very defined like a Schuyler or an Allan. However, I understand that may just be a personal preference of mine. The other thing about the Bible is that when it’s laid open, the pages a kind of push up in the corners. The pages don’t lay as flat as my Schuyler or Allan. I also wish it had wider and longer ribbons.

    Overall though, I really like the Bible and I think it’s very nice. I will use it as I study and take notes. While I would recommend it for preaching and note taking, it’s not on the same level as a Schuyler or an Allan.

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