LCBP Wide-Margin Inner Leaf Bible

This Bible is no longer available. Check back with LCBP often because they get lots of cool Bibles. They are currently working on a 400th Anniversary edition.  Local Church Bible Publishers is selling an inner leaf KJV Bible in wide-margin. They only have a limited quantity. Here are the specs:

Inner Leaf Bible | Item # 240 (Limited_Quanity)

  • L x W x H: 9.75 x 7 x 2
  • Maps: NO
  • Concordance: NO
  • Award Page: NO
  • Cen. Col. Ref.: NO
  • Pages: 1358 (Not counting blank pages)
  • Margins: Inside/ Top/ Outside/ Bottom
    0.5 x 1.25 x 1.25 x 1.25

This looks like it would be an amazing study Bible. You can find it here:

http://lcbplansing.org/Bibles/Hand_Size_and_Mid_Size.htm

6 Comments

  1. Did anyone review this bible?  I’d like to learn anyone’s experience using this bible. Thanks.

  2. I will be ordering one on monday. I will let everyone know what it is like.

  3. I’m looking forward to seeing your comments about the inner-leaf Bible. Please keep us posted.

    Thanks,

    Randy

  4. Just picked this bible up from the post office.

    First it is not as nice of a binding as my Notetakers bible, but I didn’t expect it to be.

    Size is nearly exactly the same as the Notetaker, but this bible is considerably thicker in appearance (1/2 inch thicker to be exact).

    Much better binding quality than the Anchor innerleaf.

    The print quality is fantastic! Clear sharp and bold. Very easily readable.

    Paper is thin (as it needs to be in this type bible) especialy the inner leaf pages. However it does appear to be a quality strong paper. Notes on the innerleaf pages may be visible through the other side.

    Ther is a generous wide margin on the text pages. These margins are easily adequate for most cross references leaving the inner leaf pages for more extensive notes. I plan to use them for doctrinal and study outlines.

    Overall a very good bible for more extensive study work.

    Now we’ll see how it holds up. Which should be exceptionaly well since my mini wide margin from LCBP’s same series has survived years of hevy use in backpacks etc.

    I heartily reccomend this bible to anyone who could really use the more extensive note taking capability. For most applications however the Notetaker will serve more than adequately.

  5. Mike,

    Thanks for the info. It sounds like a great choice for extensive notes.

    Randy

  6. Randy

    The more I work with it the more I like it!

    The paper has a texture about like that in the Cambridge wide margins. But isn’t as thick. The text pages seem to be a bit less translucent than the inner leaf pages. The paper also doesn’t have that faint sheen of the notetaker’s paper.

    I believe it will work very well for my intended purpose. I want to notate in a BUNCH of theological outlines and doctrinal outlines as well as some other materials. The note pages will work excellent for that. And I still have enough room for general cross references in the margins

    Build quality is as usual from LCBP Very Good Plus. I’m pleased.

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