However - I have a confession to make. It may not be popular (we tend to be rather precious about this subject) but it needs to be said. We've so far assumed our current strategy to be correct. There's been very little debate or discussion - maybe in academic contexts but certainly not 'on the ground'. And whilst I don't want to trample on people's preferences, I must admit: I'm not convinced of digital Bibles. I think they're inferior to physical versions and I don't believe fellowships should be dependent on or overly permissive of them. I certainly don't think they should be your first port of call when reading the Bible.
No, not because they're 'of the devil'. Nor because they demonstrate a 'lack of faith' in God to communicate the Word. Neither am I unconvinced because they threaten the old way of doing things. And it's certainly not a generational thing, because, you know... toilet phone times, re: above.
I'm exactly the sort of person who should love digital Bibles.
But I don't.
Read on :)