If you received a new Bible for Christmas, you might be interested in picking up some marking tools that are well-suited to thin Bible paper. A couple of people people have mentioned wanting a pen that would work well with NLT Study Bible pages. I have several types of Bible markers that I’ll be reviewing over the next week to help you make an informed decision. (n.b.: Tyndale doesn’t sell these or any Bible markers, so I’m a neutral reviewer)
4 dry highlighters in yellow, green, pink, and blue.
Ease of Use
They write pretty easily. Require sharpening, though a pencil sharpener is included with the set. It pulled at the pages a bit—made a slight wrinkle under some of the marks I made. The pencil format is inherently a little slower to use than a pen with faster-flowing ink. Photo: wrinkles created by pencil, on reverse side of page