We were going to make the announcement soon ourselves, but Wayne Leman has broken the news at the Better Bibles Blog.
Or press CTRL + ALT + the down arrow to turn your display upside down. CTRL + ALT + the up arrow will restore the world to normal.
Chaka, thank you for saving our necks a lot of collective pain!
hey – thinking about new editions – any chance of a wide margin or notemaker bible for NLTse any time soon?
What does the “cross” symbol noted after many verses in the NLT stand for? I can’t figure it out.
Interesting…I think I understand.
Is there a possiblity that this edition will be done in a single column format? That would be awesome. I have hoping that a single column edition of the NLT would make it’s way out soon.
@Becky, in editions of the NLT that have end-of-paragraph cross-references, the cross means that there is a cross-reference for that verse at the end of the paragraph.
A bible in upside down text with ‘new’ font????this is a ridiculous gimmicky idea! Not worthy of the Holy and sacred value of Scripture. Please reconsider!
Don’t worry, we aren’t actually doing this. It was a joke for April Fool’s Day (notice the date of the post). We wouldn’t do something so silly and trivial with God’s Word.
I LOVE this bible….I just am not sure of symbols such as asterisk and cross. Thank you for your time. God bless you.
I Love the NLT but wish there was a single column Inblack print. Hope it happens soon.
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