curtis at curtishinson.com
Sun Sep 9 20:36:56 EDT 2007
If all else fails, you can get a KJV and a UBS4 of the same dimensions
and get a bookbinder to bind the OT part and the UBS4 together. They
can shave the margins down to eliminate minor differences in size. I
knew a local bookbinder that would do that kind of thing for $100 - $200
depending on what kind of cover you want and how difficult the job was.
Of course if you know Hebrew, this is the one to go for:
ISBN 3438052504, Biblia Sacra Utriusque Testamenti, Editio Hebraica et
I had that one rebound in soft kangaroo leather. It's a bit heavy to
carry around, but not much worse than the clunkier English translations.
Bless the Name
Carl Thomas wrote the following on 9/9/2007 6:47 PM:
> I am looking for a Bible where the Old Testament is KJV and the New
> Testament is The Greek New Testament Fourth Revised Edition United Bible
> Societies. I know that I'm looking for something that never has been
> made. This is something that I have wanted since got saved over thirty
> yeas ago.
> Thanks for your help.
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