Category Archives: The Bible
Today, you’re most likely to run into the pilcrow—colloquially known as the paragraph mark and seen at the right—in Microsoft Word. If you’re anything like me, you stumbled across it quite by accident, and then spent the better part of … Continue reading
The phrase “Old Testament” means something different to Christians depending on their theological tradition. And what Christians call the Old Testament is considered by Jews to be their Bible.
A few weekends ago I came across a comparison chart of Old Testament can Continue reading
The 1569 Plantin Polyglot Bible is famous for more than just its antiquity–it also showcases Le Bé, a complex and beautiful Hebrew font considered a typographical triumph of its era. Now, experts have used high-tech software and their eye for typography to recreate the rare Bible’s font for use in modern publishing. Continue reading
Reformation 21 has an interesting post about how and why you should organize your theological library. While reading it, I started thinking about the question that comes before organizing: what exactly belongs in a theological library? Beyond the Bible, there’s … Continue reading