A one minute portrait of an inner-city ghost killer offers the testimony of a five year old boy.The spontaneity and conviction of his perspective calls to question the real, the imagined, and all things between that negotiate his daily reality.And often the text has been scrunched into a 2-column layout like no other book, and often with a bunch of tiny cross-references printed down the middle.Section headings have been added, and so too book introductions, and often study notes, colorful images, call-out boxes on the pages, and a concordance and maps in the back.The history of how our Bibles got so jammed up with notes and markings is a long one, and Bible readers are beginning to ask what the clutter is doing to the psychology of our Bible reading, and should we also be preserving space in our lives to read the Bible without all these markings?I connected with Glenn Paauw, the Executive Director of the Biblica Institute for Bible Reading, a think tank dedicated to studying trends in Bible reading and design.The ease of app and online dating has allowed ghosting to take new form.Chelsea, a 25-year-old Manhattanite who has been both a ghost and a ghostee says the fast-paced, onto-the-next mentality of online dating makes the need for an "it's not me, it's you," conversation irrelevant.
Open your Bible to a random page and you will find verse and chapter numbers, of course.
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And I think what happened over time is we just started inserting more things into Bible design, all with the interest of providing help, of course. But by the time you get to the end of the history of the Bible in our time, these helps, these additions have pretty much overwhelmed the text.
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