I read the Bible a lot. And I get carried aways with margin notes, undelining, and other markings. I only mark two topics: salvation by grace, and sacrificing all with great joy for the sake of God's mission on Earth. These are the only things I usually talk about with others. I do not get into doctrinal difference because if the other person truly buries his head in the word, he will come to the same conclusions as I have. THe scriptures are subject to ONE interpretation not many personal ones. Anyways, to get back into the TOPIC of this thread. My bibles are so heavily marked that it looks like the bible was accidentally left in a daycare and the kids needed a coloring book, as had their ways with it!! But I have never seen any minister show a bible with so much messy markings. Any lastest techniques recommended to mark the bible in a civilized manner? How do you mark yours? I've been using two bibles lately: a large print bible from localchurchbiblepublishers.com just for meditating and no markings ... and another one I got called TakeNote from Nelson publishers with tons on markings and margin notes. I love them both. I was searching for whatever workable (or scientific) method of bible marking that has been widely used and highly recommended. What has worked for you?