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Insights from Cool People that Know Stuff About Things

I like working with cool people who know stuff about things. I was talking about Bible typography with one such person at my office recently, an editor at Lexham Press, and he made a little…

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ESV Reader’s Bible, Six-Volume Set

So excited! The ESV Reader’s Bible is coming out in a Bibliotheca-like edition! As one of the top fifteen redheaded Bible typography enthusiasts in the nation (see my Bible Typography Manifesto and assorted other resources here),…

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Speaking at BibleTech Conference

I’ve always wanted to go to Logos Bible Software’s BibleTech conference, and this May I get to go and speak on Bible typography! I’m really excited. And you can come! We’ll be exploring the intersection of…

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Why Bible Typography Matters

Download Audio File Download Manuscript   Download Keynote file Sign the Bible Typography Manifesto   Reader’s Editions The NIV Books of the Bible edition is the best reader’s Bible available, typographically speaking. The binding, the…

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Scrivener’s Bible Typography Manifesto, 1873

Scrivener beat me to it: The help afforded to an attentive reader of Holy Scripture by the simple plan of arranging its unbroken text in paragraphs accommodated to the sense, is by this time too…

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Hilarious Story: The Name of Abraham’s Servant REVEALED!

True story, told with permission: Dr. Dan Olinger was once an editor for Faith for the Family magazine, a publication of Bob Jones University. It was his (occasional and usually unenviable) task to review unsolicited submissions to the magazine….

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