Leawood, KS, November 22, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- According to a poll by Huffington Post, 88 percent of Americans have Bibles, but 61 percent wish they read them more. A new translation, The Readable Bible, aims to help them reach their goal by arranging the text in the easy-to-read formats of today’s nonfiction books.
“This Bible will especially appeal to Millennials and those who have grown up reading on electronic devices,” said Readable Bible Founder, Rod Laughlin. “According to millennialmarketing.com, scannable content with a good page design is more appealing to them than plain text. The Readable Bible’s modern formats are easily scannable, telling you at a glance what the page is about.”
Previous generations, educated in a world of plain text, would also benefit from the new formats due to their easier readability. While other translations present the 27 types of biblical information mainly in monotonous paragraph form, The Readable Bible is the first Bible to present the information in 17 modern formats.
Portions of The Readable Bible will be delivered in 2018, with the full Bible available in 2020. The Readable Bible is being offered on Kickstarter.com in several editions, one unique only to backers – the Founder’s Limited Edition.
About The Readable Bible
The Readable Bible is Scripture in today’s formats, as if the writers were sitting at a computer when they received their inspiration from God. It is primarily a word-for-word translation with footnoted thought-for-thought translations when needed for easier readability.
About Rod Laughlin
Rod Laughlin holds a Master of Divinity degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He has served as a Christian businessman, pastor and Bible teacher. Today his primary work is leading the development of The Readable Bible.
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