PRINTABLE BIBLE, LOOSE-LEAF BIBLE
Have you ever needed a Bible that you can enter lots of Study Notes in? You can download a Free Printable Bible, Loose Leaf Bible.
Usually, a Wide Margin Bible doesn’t have enough space to make the kind of notes a serious Bible Study needs. I recently bought a Journaling Bible and found out that it was much better than a Wide Margin Bible, but it still falls short of the space needed to make study notes.
That’s Why I made these files containing each Book of the Bible. There are many advantages of doing it this way:
- Pages can be reprinted if mistakes are made.
- Notes can be typed on separate paper and inserted between pages.
- If your handwriting isn’t that great you can hand write notes on one edition, then re-type the notes and then re-print the Bible page by page.
I got the Idea of formatting the text this way from a new Bible that has recently been printed by SCHUYLER (pronounced Sky-ler), called the Canterbury King James Bible. Although there are some similarities, I do not pretend that this is the same as theirs, only similar. I wanted a Bible text that was better than just plain text that could be used to make a Printed Bible that looks good as well as being a useful study tool. See the inspirational Video below on the value of a quality Bible.
The Idea of Printable Bible:
- Print the pages single sided 8.5 X 11 letter sized copy or printer paper. (modify to A4 if you want)
- Print each Book Separately so that you can study with smaller Books.
- Bind them in a notebook using a 3 hole punch or another binding method (glued binding).
- Write notes on the back side of the previous page, See example below.
- Add more blank pages if you have more notes than one page can hold.
The Text in the files below is originally from the King James, Pure Cambridge Edition, from Bible Protector Web Site. There has been nothing added or subtracted to the Text, except for:
- Pericopes (Subject Headings)
- Text Formatting (paragraph spacing and line spacing, font size and style, etc…)
- Drop Caps (the first letter of each Chapter enlarged)
- Title Page (cover Page)
- Introduction to Book
- An Active Table of Contents (link to jump to Pericopes, and Chapters)