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Discussion in 'General Baptist Discussions' started by annsni, Dec 28, 2008.
No - not talking version. Hard cover, paperback, leather, fake leather??
Currenlty bonded leather, but I had to have it recoved a few years ago, and it orgianlly had hard cover, and the slight up grade to bonded leather was only a $4. difference. Leather was a $10. difference.
You almost meddled.
My preference is calfskin, but I only have one Bible that has calfskin leather. It was a gift from my mother for Christmas one year.
Most of my bibles are either bonded leather or genuine/top-grain leather.
Ann, I'm making a point with all these threads. I actually even though of asking this one, believe it or not!
Can you guess what my point is (hint, see coffee thread)?
We are making a point too. Now go take your meds and you can come out of your room.:wavey:
the coffee thread was comic relief, but these multiple posts are just plain stupid!
What ever is cheap... I have a habit of giving my Bibles away.
I think I'm getting it.
Now what I'm seeing is a lot of slaying of animals for some Bibles. Is that continuing a sacrificial system?? Why not just paper??
The meat was used for food so it was a good use of the Hyde... :laugh:
Electronic Bibles are easier to search. Search Engines are better than Concordances. But the best of both worlds is available in my KJV with Strong's Numbers from e-sword.com - electronic version includes Strong's writers (without the hernia inducing STRONG'S book
I use electronic sometimes, but prefer paper.