Baptist Study Bible

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  1. Petros

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    Does anyone know where I can get my hands on a copy of a leather Criswell/Patterson NKJV baptist Believers study bible?

    Thank you in advance if you are able to help at all! :thumbsup:
     
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    http://www.amazon.com/dp/0785258388/?tag=baptis04-20
     
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    I appreciate the response but I am looking for a leather copy
     
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    I think those have been out of print for many years.
     
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    Might still find one online, but would proably take a second mortgage to afford it!
     
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    Yeah, I knew they were out of print, and so I have been tirelessly looking for one and cannot seem to come across a leather-bound copy anywhere. Some hardbacks are running in the $200+ range. I'm probably going to have to have some luck to come across one of these!
     
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    Just a thought but you might look into having a hardback copy rebound in leather. Say the book itself costs $80, and the binding job cost say $120 (I have no idea of the actual cost) you might get what you want for about $200.

    I found a custom book binding service, that does leather, but I did not e-mail them to get an estimate. Might be worth exploring.
     
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    I just saw one for 47 dollars. There are plenty of them out there. I could not see a leather bound.
     
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    He wants NKJV, not KJV.

    Get one in hardback, get it bound in leather, end of story. Shouldn't cost much over 500.00 when it's all said and done.
     
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    :eek:

    How about just get a NKJV Study Bible or a MacArthur?
     
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    ESV Study Bible by MacArthur!
     
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    NWT study Bible by Russell! :laugh:
     
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    Exactly.

    The Criswell is near impossible to get (NKJV/Leather). A MacArthur would make a good study Bible for those who like the notes and comments.
     
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    Thank you so much, guys I am overwhelmed with the responses! I am being very picky, I want the NKJV AND Leather, so coming across the right Bible (especially since it is out of print) is going to be a tough go. I like the idea of purchasing a hardback and having it custom bound.

    Anyone have any experience with this being done? I have questions like by whom? Cost?
     
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    You'll have to check into getting it bound in leather, it's an option yet I haven't ever had it done. Google it?

    I'd get it bound in goatskin with a full or semi yap since you're going to spend and arm and 4 legs on it. :laugh:
     
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    No kidding! But it truly is worth it to me, especially with the great scholarship of the contributors therein. I wouldn't mind having a hardback copy, except that I don't like preaching/teaching with one. Feels better to hold a leatherbound!

    I wonder why Thomas Nelson quit printing those things, anyway?
     
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    For what he's gonna have to pay for it, it'd better be able to fetch his coffee for him, and also speak to him....
     

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