Brew Theology Podcast

Episode 117: Digital Bibles with Dr. Mark George - Part 1

March 5, 2019

Dr. Mark George, professor of Bible & Ancient Systems of Thought at Iliff School of Theology is back for a two part episode, and he's brewin’ up the relevant topic, “Digital Bibles”...

Bibles in digital formats—mobile Bible apps, websites, computer programs, and the like—are becoming more and more common. Convenience and ease of access to the Bible are, without question, benefits of the digitization of the Bible. Yet the change of medium for the Bible, from print to digital, is worth some critical consideration in order to gain some perspective on what is going on here. Digital Bibles are changing the ways people read, encounter, interpret, and understand the Bible. Is it a whole new Word or is it the end of the Word as we know it? Let’s brew...

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