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The NIV Premier Collection Heritage Bible Review

The New International Version is continually the best selling Bible translation. It features a blend of accuracy to the original languages and readability that make it a widely accessible translation for both teachers and students. If you don’t currently use the NIV, chances are that you have at some point. Because of these reasons, I was excited for the opportunity to get to review one of the Bibles from Zondervan’s Premier Collection. This is their collection of Bibles that use premium materials and are of a higher quality construction.

The Crossway 80th Anniversary ESV Omega Thinline Reference Bible Review

The original ESV Omega was my first introduction to premium Bibles. It was given to me as an incredibly nice and generous gift. When I held it in my hands I couldn't believe the caliber. I had never seen or held a premium Bible before and I began to understand the hype and the cost. The quality is considerably different from even forty or fifty dollar Bibles. They're called premium for a reason.

The CSB He Reads Truth Bible Review

I honestly didn’t think I’d care much about the CSB He Reads Truth Bible. I saw many people talking about it and anticipating it, but I really thought it was just a ploy to get men to purchase a Bible. I didn’t think it would be anything special. I couldn’t have been more wrong.

The ESV Illuminated Bible Review

Visuals are important. How something appears can leave a lasting impression. In a day where many books are actually judged by their covers, Crossway has taken notice and created the ESV Illuminated Bible, Art Journaling Addition. It truly has a beautiful cover, but there’s much more to it than that.

I Got Saved Again

I recently got into a discussion on Twitter with a pastor in Georgia that I don't know about a topic that can bother me at times. His argument was that true Christians should have a definite salvation experience that they can point to. He said he based his argument on the salvation experiences we see in the New Testament. I, however, do not agree with him. 

Slow Down

Yesterday, I borrowed a truck a drove a rather large pallet of bottled water between two towns. I didn't have it tied down and I just drove slow and relied on it's weight to keep it in place. I usually like to drive fast. I want to make the best time possible to get to where I'm going. However, in this case, I wanted to be slow.