Schuyler Thinline Quentel NASB, Firebrick Red Goatskin Bible

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
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Based on the regular sized Quentel NASB, the Thinline has the same typesetting but is significantly thinner (1.2″). This Bible matches the pagination of the regular sized Quentel and the Personal Size Quentel NASB. Exclusive photos here. (Red Photos only – click here)

Firebrick Red Goatskin Covers with dark red leather lining
11 point font
Line Matching
28 GSM Indopaque Paper
6.1″ x 9.1″ x 1.1″ (156 x 231 x 29 mm)
16 mm margins
9 mm yapp
3 x 1 cm ribbons (Red)
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 Page
Lined Note Paper
Schuyler Maps


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Weight 4 lbs

7 reviews for Schuyler Thinline Quentel NASB, Firebrick Red Goatskin Bible

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    sa022980 (verified owner)

    I absolutely love the new Thinline NASB from Schuyler. This is THE floppiest Schuyler I’ve owned to date. It’s also the same thickness as the PSQ. I love the layout. The 28gsm paper somehow manages to look identical to past editions with 36 and even 45gsm as far as ghosting. The Firebrick Red edition is stunning and the goatskin is softest yet from Schuyler. They really raised the bar with the Thinline, can’t wait to see what’s in store from Schuyler. Only great things to come, can’t wait! Thank you!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Alan Anderson (verified owner)

    Incredible. I have not been this wowed since unboxing the first edition in 2014. I’m very thankful to borrow this bible for the time-being knowing sometime one of my kids or another brother or sister can enjoy it and grow in the knowledge of the Lord Jesus. Thank you Schuyler and Evangelical Bible!

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Adrienne (verified owner)

    I purchased the Thinline in Red and British Tan (see review under British Tan). Both are gorgeous! One thing I must add about the Quentel – if you are hesitant to go to paragraph style, don’t be! The Quentel is set apart because the verse numbers stand out without being distracting and they are easy to distinguish from the references (unlike the Clarion). I was concerned about searching for verses during a sermon, but this is not a problem with the Quentel!

    The red leather is a rich color and when combined with the red accents throughout the text, it is a stunning combination! The paper is wonderful – light enough to minimize bulk, but substantial enough to prevent ghosting and make the pages easy to turn.

    I look forward to any future editions from Schuyler – they just get better and better! As another reviewer has mentioned – get them while they last!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    nsmzed (verified owner)

    It’s just incredible! I keep picking it up. Wow Schuyler.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    jeff1 (verified owner)

    My advice: order now and then stand in awe of this Bible’s construction and quality. The big surprise to me is the NASB translation and much I enjoy reading it. My last NASB was in the 70’s and it was a gift when I gave my Life to Christ. Somehow most of the verses I read way back then and later memorized were from that Bible. The quality of construction and the throw back to the roots of my faith easily make this my favorite Bible. Also, the type size works well for my aging eyes. The only improvement would be for this to be a “red letter” edition. I loved what another owner said about this edition being “floppy”, it feels like and old friend that know exactly where I want to go. This is well worth the money!

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Scott Shirley (verified owner)

    Review of Thinline Quentel
    Firebrick Red Goatskin

    This review will assume the customer’s knowledge or experience with the previous editions of the NASB Quentel and seeks to compare the Thinline with them.


    Having missed out on the 2nd Edition NASB Quentel, I sought for the next best thing at the time, which was the Personal Size Quentel (PSQ). When I received the PSQ, I immediately loved it. Its inner clarity and outer beauty was a vast departure from the economy Bible of which I had become accustomed. The PSQ is perfect for carrying on the go or reclining beside the lampstand. Nevertheless, I needed that brilliant 11 point font peacocking off the page if I was going to preach from it. As soon as I found out that the Quentel was coming back, I resolved in my heart to pre-order one on the first day possible. But, this new model being a thinline, I worried that its brilliance would, through the ghosting effect, be made dim.


    Schuyler has pulled off some sort of a miracle! About a week or so before my Thinline arrived, I was able to get my hands on a 1st Edition Quentel (“Brick”). But the “Thintel,” upon its arrival, completely stole its thunder! When I opened it up for the first time, I experienced a moment of clarity as sharp and brilliant as the text itself, for there was virtually no discernable difference between the 28 gsm Indopaque paper of the “Thintel” and my recently-acquired 45 gsm “Brick.” I marveled like the Grinch, who had recently learned that Christmas was something more than toys and roast beast. You can read this thing from space! I used to long for those dense, opaque scriptural sheets; but now, I’m not sure that there is any going back.


    The 28 gsm Indopaque paper makes the “Thintel” nice and floppy. However, if you are given to the vice of writing in your premium Bibles, then you may experience some bleed through. This situation is extended, as with the PSQ, into the 24 pages of Lined Note Paper, which might have served some better if it had been thicker. Get yourself an acid-free writing utensil that uses archival ink. Also like the PSQ, the choice was made to include maps without a concordance. Fortunately, Schuyler has added a Map Index to accompany its 12 maps.


    1. The sheen of the goatskin cover is slightly more subdued. Compared to the full-sized Qs and the PSQ, there is less of that glossy, waxy shine.

    2. The nice black box with golden letters is sturdier than its PSQ sybling. It’s about as sturdy as the plain black boxes that the 2nd Edition came with.

    3. The Jerusalem Cross on the cover of the “Thintel” is a smoothly stamped impression that shows almost no grain. This allows for greater contrast against the goatskin grain and a more appealing symbol (IMHO).


    Schuyler has trimmed down the girth and lost nothing in the presentation. If I had to choose one of the four editions of the NASB Quentel, I would choose the Thinline (I don’t write in them). There’s no going back.


    I’m looking for “The Qreacher,” the perfect Quentel Preaching Bible. Here are some of the features I’m looking for:
    • Single Column
    • Verse-by-Verse
    • Option 1: Wide Margin with 36 gsm Bible paper
    • Option 2: Thinline with 28 gsm Indopaque paper
    • References at Bottom (or textual notes only)

    Additionally, how about Mix-and-Match Features? Let the customer choose their color combinations of the following:
    • Ribbons
    • Under Art
    • Liner
    • Chapter Numbers and References

    I am not dissatisfied in the least. On the contrary, Schuyler’s Thinline has left me with an appetite for more, and I suspect I’m not alone here.

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    ann mcmahon (verified owner)

    Beautiful in firebrick red with a very complementing dark red liner! Great reader and easy to hold in hand! Looking forward to more thin line options for other Quentels in the future! Thanks Schuyler for bringing us this great option in addition to the personal sized.

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