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Berean Crossroads agrees with The Domain for Truth. I would NOT be without a physical copy of Holy Scripture. I have lived a good portion of my life reading the physical text. There are many benefits to it:
- it definitely benefits those who are visually handicapped either partially or totally.
- it is easier in some instances to locate items quickly within the text vs. remembering what loc to go to in a mobile reader.
- there can be familiarity and recall of an item more so with the text than necessarily with a mobile reader.
- a huge benefit is that it is NOT dependent upon electricity. With the God-created order and the rising of the sun, we can read His Word.
- it is not at risk of technological obsolescence.
- Go to The Domain for Truth post below to discover more.
I would say there are many benefits to the electronic options too which I like and enjoy. They are great assets alongside the physical text. Remember to apply yourself diligently to the study of Holy Scripture whatever method you use. A good piece of advice would be to go slowly regardless of the method. Think about what you have read or heard and pray for the Holy Spirit to lead you and guide you into all truth and to grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Over the years the percentage of my reading on ebooks have increased though I still try to read primarily physical books. Yet I try to read the Bible as much as possible through the medium of a hardcopy physical book. I’m not legalistic about it but I thought there’s advantages to reading in general with […]Reading a Physical Bible versus electronically — The Domain for Truth
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