Hardbound or Digital? Different ways of engaging with the Bible!

“Just as TV came along and didn’t kill film or radio, I don’t see digital versions killing the bound volumes. This is just a different way people are engaging (with) the Bible.”

Hallelujah, and here’s another extract:

Not too long ago, the sight of someone using an electronic device during a worship service might lead an observer to assume that person was not fully engaged. But not anymore. Reading the Bible used to mean reading a book, but increasingly, people are getting the Word on smartphones, iPads and other electronic devices.

Reading the Bible used to mean reading a book, but increasingly, people are getting the Word on smartphones, iPads and other electronic devices.

So then, what will happen to the printed Bible? The last word has not been written on that, but experts speculate that its unchallenged reign is over.

Read full story is USA Today.

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