Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Banking on the Holy Bible

For a leather Bible.
That's it.
Just a Bible in pretty colors.
For $198

I know it's important to have a good Bible, but for that price I would be worried about writing notes in it. What's the point of having a Bible you can't beat up with notes, highlights, markings, and scratches from using it so much?
If I see a person's Bible in tip-top condition and they've had it for awhile, I just think they don't use it as much.
Is it just me or is just a little too steep?

In case you do want to splurge, buy it here.

1 comment:

  1. Most certainly not just you. I was contemplating investing in a high dollar Bible a couple of months ago, because mine is becoming a bit ragged. But then I realized it will only become ragged again due to the intense note taking, highlighting and underlining. Why waste the money? God's word is God's word, expensive or cheap.