The NASB 2020 Large Print Ultrathin Reference Bible contains over 95,000 center-column cross-references to enrich your reading. Its Smyth sewn binding adds durability for frequent use and travel.
Features: Font Size 11, Clear reading type, Line matched typesetting, Two column text, Center-column cross references, Full set of translation footnotes, Paragraph formatting, Black letter text, 2 ribbon markers
In the front: Presentation page, Family records pages
In the back: Topical index, Book introductions, Color maps
Trim Size: 6.5 x 9.25 x 1 1/16, 1472 Pages
Mike Mandel (verified owner) –
Well worth the price! I wanted a leather bound NASB 2020, as I only had an inexpensive faux leather imprint. Although there’s a bit of ghosting due to the thin pages, the line matching makes it insignificant. All in all, for the price, it’s definitely a 5 Star Bible. It’s sturdy and solid, and I fully expect it to last for how ever many years I have left to me.
Scott Hooper (verified owner) –
Great quality Bible for the price! Leather is very nice for Genuine. I’ve read the NASB95 as my primary Bible for years and recently switched to the ESV as my primary to get another perspective. I’ve been doing a quick read through of the NASB2020 to see how the translation was before thinking about buying the premium quality Stridon coming soon, and I’ve really enjoyed the NASB202. Often, we get familiar and comfortable with the wording and flow of our primary translations, but it’s amazing how switching it up every now and then makes us slow down and think more about the text while giving new perspective, insight, and understanding. Great purchase! This Bible will last for years to come. Also, I really enjoy the format of double columns with the references in the middle. There’s just enough space in the edges to write some short notes, and depending on the references, sometimes theirs plenty of space between the columns for writing notes as well.
Tim Goode (verified owner) –
I have but one criticism of the 2020 updated version, and it is minor, ghosting. The quality of the book is superb in every other way and by every standard. The updates are an improvement, not a distraction.
Richard Beasley –
If you are sitting in a arm chair, its weight is not a problem for me, but if I am lounging it is too heavy.
Fonts are sharp and dark, not gray, the pages are easy to flip, and they always lay flat.
You certainly get what they call Giant Print. The font is 4 mm tall for capital letters, and 3 mm for small letters. There is no room left over on the page for anything else but scripture.
After reading this 2020 version I feel confident it will be the most popular version to date. I see no reason to hold all the older versions in print.
At this low price its pretty nice to find a 2020 NASB in a crisp sharp large print.
jturser10 (verified owner) –
I just received the Lockman Foundation 2020 NASB yesterday. Looked through it last night and found the quality of the Bible to be good. The pages weren’t stuck together like I normally find with Bibles sold at this price. There isn’t much bleed through with the print. Genuine leather is rather stiff but I suspect that will change with use. Although it says “Large Print”, I don’t find a 10 font to be large print. Be that as it may, I currently use the 1995 NASB for sermons and wanted to see what type of changes and updates have been made with the 2020 NASB. I almost forgot this part, there isn’t a lot of room for notetaking on the pages. In other words, there’s just not a lot of room unless you write really, really small. Overall, it’s not a bad Bible for the price. I think that this one would make a good traveling companion for someone who travels a lot. I hope this review helps anyone looking to purchase this Bible.