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Daily Reading Bible Coming Fall 2006

ESV Daily Reading Bible cover Crossway has announced that the ESV Daily Reading Bible will be available this fall. Here’s their description:

The Daily Reading Bible offers maximum flexibility and convenience for reading through the Bible in a year. Each date of the year, along with its respective reading, is listed chronologically in the margins. This guides the reader through a yearlong plan of reading the Old Testament once, the Psalms twice, and the New Testament twice. Because the actual text of the Bible is not rearranged, this edition can also be used for regular church, study, or personal devotional use. Included in the Bible is a removable reading calendar so that readings can be marked off as they are read. In this way, the Daily Reading Bible is an edition that can be used day after day and year after year.

  • 9.5-point type
  • Size: 5.5″ x 8.5″
  • Words of Christ in black
  • Two columns (same as Classic Thinline editions)
  • Free CD-ROM request card included
  • Not thumb-indexed
  • Hardcover edition has three ribbon markers

We don’t have a full-page mockup available, but we can give you a hint of what the text looks like. It uses the thinline typesetting as a foundation.

A closeup of Matthew 8:1-4 showing dates in the margin next to the text

Crossway will publish both a hardcover and paperback edition this fall. Learn more at their website.

May 3, 2006 | Posted in: Editions,ESV | Author: Crossway Staff @ 9:28 am | (2) Comments »

2 Comments

  1. Daily Reading Bible (ESV)

    Crossway announced recently that it is going to publish a new daily reading version of the ESV Bible.

    Trackback by Godverbs — May 4, 2006 @ 12:00 pm

  2. We’ve talked about the new ESV Journaling Bible, Daily Reading Bible, and God’s Story editions coming out later this year. But Crossway has a few more editions that introduce new covers on existing editions.

    Trackback by More 2006 ESV Editions — January 18, 2007 @ 4:22 pm

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