Wednesday, December 20, 2006

The Blank Bible - patterned after Jonathan Edwards' Bible

There's been some discussion about Bibles in the comments section of this Monday's Theology 101 post. I mentioned the "blank Bible" that I came across recently on the internet.

For those who may be interested, here's a link to check out--I'm tempted to try this! I even read some comments somewhere by guys who have taken an elec. table saw to their Bible and built their own "blank Bible"!! Wow--Bibles, power tools, and testosterone!!


Kim said...

What does one put on the blank pages in between the bible pages?

Have you seen the bibles that are in a binder format? You could do something similar with that.

Rebekah said...

That would make note-taking during Bible study a little easier, but it would totally have to be your "stay-at-home" Bible for your study time. I can't imagine trying to carry that around with me! I may just have to stick with my little notebook that I carry alongside. :-)

Connie said...

The blank pages are for recording notes relevant to the portion of scripture on the facing page--pretty handy!

I agree--it would most likely have to be a "stay-at-home" Bible! The photo I saw of Jonathan Edwards' blank Bible showed that the Bible pages were about 1/4 the size blank pages--more practical IMHO. :-)


Clarissa said...

I would like to have a blank Bible like this! What a great idea! :-)