Schuyler Credo Quentel NASB, Antique Marble Brown Goatskin

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This Bible is identical to the NASB Quentel Bible – with the addition of the following historical confessions of the church. • Apostles Creed • Nicene Creed • Chalcedonian Creed • Athanasian Creed • Augsburg Confession • Articles of Religion • Westminster Standards • London Baptist Confession

Antique Marble Brown Goatskin Covers with brown leather lining
11 point font
1995 text
Line Matching
28 GSM Indopaque Paper
Page size: 6.1″ x 9.1″ x 1.3″ (156 x 231 x 33 mm)
16 mm margins
9mm yapp
3 x 1 cm ribbons (Gold)
Art-Gilt edging (red under gold) with gilt line (gold line inside the cover)
Smyth Sewn
Black letter text (chapter numbers, headers and page number in red)
More than 95,000 entry cross references and about 17,000 translation footnotes
Presentation Pages
Schuyler Maps

 

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Weight 4 lbs

1 review for Schuyler Credo Quentel NASB, Antique Marble Brown Goatskin

  1. Dean Waterman

    The NASB Quentel with various creeds is a beautiful Bible. Well-constructed, pleasing to the touch, and eye. Here are my quick thoughts.

    1. Cover – Beautiful Antique Marble Brown is unique and gives the Bible a welcoming look. The goatskin is soft and supple, with the leather lining done well, and soft as well. I’ve noticed no flaws in the cover. The cover absolutely makes the Bible.

    2. Inside – I would have preferred the thicker pages from the previous edition, but these are fine, if careful. They do easily wrinkle, which leads me to be watchful of how I turn the pages, and also I don’t read with any fan blowing on me, nor sit outside. These pages are too vulnerable to wrinkles and blemishes, due in large part to thinner paper. They did line match;, which makes it easier to read. Print and fonts are dark and I can see it while reading it further from my eyes. In all, they did a good job on the inside, but I long does the thicker paper, even if it adds another 1/2 inch in thickness. The difference makes it worth it, in my opinion.

    Creeds – This was the reason in bought this edition, paying $20 more than the standard Quentel. Located behind the concordance, these five varying creeds, such as the Apostles and Nicene, and others. These are helpful for any person who wants to solidify and learn to effectively state why they believe, should someone ask. The $20 is well-spent in this case.

    Other – The references are plentiful at the bottom of each page, and the translation notes are adequate. The maps are some of the best I’ve seen in a Bible; giving great visuals and context to what is being read throughout the OT and NT.

    Schuyler makes the best Bibles I’ve ever used. I have owned other higher-end Bibles, and none compare. Some would shy away from $225 for a Bible, but I would ask why a person will spend $1,000 on a phone, $25-$50 on a meal, $5 on a coffee, all which are gone in a moment, or depreciated, while God’s Word is eternal, and life-changing. A beautiful, comfortable Bible is often read much more than a cheaper one; and even an app-based one. Invest in this Bible, you’ll have it for life, it will transform your life.

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