Posts Tagged "Wide Margin Bible"

Add Your Own Headings to Your Bible

Posted by on Dec 17, 2011 in Bible Marking, Bible Study Guide, Bible Study Methods

Many Bibles, especially study Bibles, have headings within the text. Headings usually do a great job of summarizing the text in just a sentence. The headings can be very informative and can make the text easier to read by breaking the text into sections. Headings are especially helpful for scanning the page for a certain event or topic. If you have a Bible with wide enough margins, you can add your own custom headings.

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How to use a Wide Margin Bible

Posted by on Apr 11, 2010 in Bible Marking, Bible Study Methods

A wide margin Bible is one of the best Bibles available for personal Bible study. Wide margin Bibles do not contain someone else’s notes. Instead, they give you the writing-room you need to make your own notes, thus creating your own Study Bible. One problem I have seen is that there is not a lot of information about how to use them. Many people (myself included) have bought a wide margin Bible in order to create a personal Study Bible, only to find they are not sure what to include. “OK. I have these nice margins. Now what?”

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Choosing a Study Bible

Posted by on Jan 10, 2010 in Bible Buying Guide, Bibles

I’ve searched for many years for the perfect Study Bible. I’ve tried many of the Bibles on the market and I’ve found things that I like and things that I don’t like in all of them. Through my years of Bible study I have found what does and does not work, and what I do and do not need in a Study Bible. I also have developed opinions as to what every person needs in personal Bible study. Let’s examine some features of Study Bibles and determine what makes a good Bible.

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Note Takers Bible

Posted by on Jan 3, 2010 in Bible Buying Guide, Bibles, Reviews

I’ve longed been an admirer of wide-margin Bibles. I consider the wide margin Bible to be the best choice as a Study Bible, because it gives the reader the opportunity to interact with the scriptures, creating their own Study Bible. For a Bible with a single column on the inside, a very wide margin (2.5 inches) on the outside of the page, a soft leather cover, in King James, a 9 point font, and a price too good to be true, I recommend the Note Taker’s Bible from Local Church Bible Publishers.

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