ESV Reader’s Bible

Thursday, 01 Mar 2018

The Bible is a text of unparalleled power—its narrative line is breathtaking, its scope vast. Much of it is drama, and even those sections that are not (e.g., the lengthy poems and letters) were originally intended to be read at a single sitting. So why do many of us stop after a page or two? We don’t read letters that way, let alone short stories or novels. Crossway suggests that part of our problem is the layout of our modern Bibles—the text is presented in multiple columns like a dictionary and dotted with ...

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