A homosexual man has filed a $70 million lawsuit against Bible publishers Zondervan and Thomas Nelson, alleging that their version of the Bible that refers to homosexuality as a sin violates his constitutional rights and has caused him emotional distress.
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 from Local Church Bible Publishers.
Coming in a few months, Local Church Bible Publishers is releasing an updated version of their immensely popular Note Takers Bible. It will have larger print, taking the font from 11-point to 11.5-point (not sure about leading), and the print will be darker. I’m hoping they add a few pages for writing notes in the back. Stay tuned for details and a review as soon as possible.