Digital Bibles Mean Differently

Digital Bibles Mean Differently

Do you believe that? At first glance, the claim in the title appears to be overstated. However, I believe it is true. In fact, many features besides the main text of a Bible, whether printed or digital, contribute to the way we interpret it: the cover (or lack thereof); the navigational features (table of contents, page numbers, hyperlinks, search bar, concordance); the layout, design, or interface features; even the typeface. Consider the following two videos produced for CODEC’s summer course, MediaLit, on the topic:

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