There's a 50/50 chance that you are reading this post via some sort of digital device that you have with you most of the time.
Smartphones, tablets and the such have come a long way from the days of pagers, Blackberry's and Palms.
As such, resources for Bible reading and study are now literally at our fingertips at all times, providing a profound advantage over toting a physical Bible and study materials around.
So do you use digital Bible reading and study apps? If so, how? Are they an advantage to the study of God's Word or a distraction?
The last decade has seen both an avalanche of digital innovation and a responding flood of discussion about the ways that innovation is improving — or degrading — our lives. You’ve probably read or participated in plenty of discussions about whether or not ebooks are “better” than print books. As an employee of a book publishing company, I’ve seen publishers struggle, not always successfully, to identify which book-related behaviors can be replicated (or even improved) in a digital context.
But nowhere does this discussion about the usefulness of digital technology mean more than when we discuss the Bible.