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Brown MEV Bible Thinline Reference: Modern English Version

by Passio
Original price $34.99
Original price $34.99 - Original price $34.99
Original price $34.99
Current price $26.24
$26.24 - $26.24
Current price $26.24
Material: Imitation Leather
Color: Chestnut and Brown

The two-tone Modern English Version (MEV) Thinline Reference Bible is a welcome addition to the inaugural line of MEV products. This Bible is the perfect study tool as the text is accompanied by substantial cross-references and enveloped by enhanced quality design. Lightweight and easy to carry it is ideal for small-group gatherings and individual daily reading.

Features and Benefits

• Paragraph format
• Double column
• Over 35,000 cross-references
• Ribbon marker
• Four-color maps
• Words of Jesus in Red
• Over 2,000 words in the concordance
• Gilded edges

About MEV

The most modern translation produced in the King James tradition within the last thirty years, this formal equivalence translation maintains the beauty of the past yet provides fresh clarity for a new generation of Bible readers.

Product Details

Publisher: ‎Passio; Illustrated edition (October 20, 2015)
Language: ‎English
Imitation Leather: ‎1216 pages
ISBN-10: ‎1629980447
ISBN-13: ‎978-1629980447
Item Weight: ‎1.5 pounds
Dimensions: ‎5.9 x 1 x 8.7 inches

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Juan Hernandez
Haven't received my bible

I still haven't received my MEV Bible. Who can I speak to about this?

Michael Harmon
MEV Thinline

Follows the KJV and doesn't omit verses. Good quality.

Great translation and very understandable

Keeps to the traditional KJV with more updated language for better understanding in my view. I can read and better understand the meaning than with KJV. I love this Bible and wish the indexed versions were in stock!

Kyle Reber
Comparable to NKJV

It is different from the NKJV too, however. James 4:5 is a good example. NKJV interprets πνευμα to mean Spirit (Holy Spirit), and MEV interprets it as spirit (human spirit that everyone has). MacArthur interprets that verse the way the MEV has it, despite the NASB95 interpreting it as NKJV does. That can have drastic differences in the way you interpret the text. Speaking as a Greek II student currently, every Bible purchased needs to have proper exegesis done, and there is no such thing as a literal translation. In English, word order matters, but in Greek is does not.

Aside from that one example, the thinline is a nice size to carry for street preaching or to a coffee shop. It has red letters for Christ, handy cross references that are actually decent in quality and quantity, and it capitalizes the pronouns referring to the Triune God (which is big for me). Good Bible.


I have been a kjv reader since birth. I still love my kjv. But now I have an alternate choice I didn't have before. I'm really enjoying reading the Bible in modern English. I hope the mev continues in print for a long time to come.

The cover is nice, looks like leather and feels like leather. Very flexible with solid binding. I hope the next printing makes the print size a point bigger. The study references are helpful and insightful.