New editions of Proclamation Bible
There are two new editions of The Proclamation Bible out catering for rather different ends of the markets.
First, there’s an RL Allan Bibles version. Allan almost certainly make the most beautiful Bibles I’ve seen – each is handcrafted with the finest materials. Allan buy the blocks (the inside pages) from publishers and then bind them in finest cow or goat or cat or something. The end result is great to hold – a real tactile Bible. My preaching Bible is an Allan Bible and The Proclamation Bible is a great addition to their range. Quality of this kind does not come cheap, however – yours for £140.
At the other end of the scale, Hodder have now produced a compact edition. At the moment, both the standard and leather bound edition (both wide margin) are hefty beasts; good for the desk or pulpit, but requiring their own baggage allowance. Now, however, there’s going to be a carry-on version. Same page count but in a smaller version. Hoorah. Out in time for the EMA. And £22.99 (probably discounted too) is a lot more manageable.
There’s also a mobile version available through the Olive Tree Bible app. At just $9.99, this is the cheapest way to access the material.