Review: Cambridge ESV Clarion Black Goatskin

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Cambridge was kind enough to send me a copy of their new ESV Clarion Reference Black Goatskin Bible. This is a beautiful Bible and pictures really do not do it justice. It is firm yet supple. It is solid but not heavy. It is portable yet easy to read. This is simply a great edition and if you are looking for a new Bible I highly recommend this one.

To see how this Bible is made check out Mark Bertrands blog post here. If you wish to buy this bible you can buy it from Evangelical Bible, Christian Book Distributors, and Amazon.

Features of this Edition:

  • paragraph format
  • smyth-sewn
  • superb readability
  • text runs across the page like an ordinary book
  • india paper
  • black-letter text
  • side-column cross references
  • concordance
  • 15 color maps
  • two ribbons
  • gilt or art gilt pages
Cambridge Pittt Minion on top of the new Clarion. As you can see the Clarion is much chunkier.
 
Pitt on top of Clarion
From the box this Bible is very supple
Clarion Yoga
Clarion opens flat, page curling only potential probelm
Beautiful text block, reading view of page curl
Clarion sewn edges
Inside Clarion Edge
Goatskin Cover
Smyth-Sewn, see the Mark Bertrand blog post mentioned above
The Cambridge map section is very impressive
Here is to show off the fact that it is a black letter edition
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  4. I have an ESV Readers Reference from Allan’s which is going well. Having said that, if’n I could go back in time (or was cashed up) I almost certainly would buy one of these ESV Clarions instead. I’m becoming quite the fan of the single column setting, and for some reason I’m really appreciating the aesthetics of thicker Bibles; more nostalgic perhaps or maybe it’s the illusion of heftiness. Anyway, great blog, keep it up!

    1. I agree Jimmy, I do appreciate the bigger Bible. This is a great one for doing a lot of reading but I find it difficult for teaching/studying.

      My preference for study is verse reference either single or double column. Thank you for the comment!

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