The Notetaker's Bible is a Bible student's dream come true. We've asked pastors what they think and the response has been, "I wish I had this Bible years ago – especially when I was studying the Bible in seminary!"
What does the Notetaker's Bible do to enhance your study of the Word?
Endless space for your own notes! One column of text surrounded by fine note lines on the right, left and below! Here you can write in your cross-references, interpretations, application, commentary quotes, or notes on your Hebrew and Greek studies -- all right there next to the text itself.
No more need for separate notebooks which end up on a shelf gathering dust.
Your Bible becomes your notebook!
Put your Notetaker's Bible into GoodNotes and you can carry your Bible with you AND have unlimited notes with you everywhere! Add pages of articles and commentary right into your file! Perfect for your phone or iPad!
If you are studying Romans for instance, print Romans, put it in a binder and study it side-by-side with your bound Bible. As you flip through your bound Bible comparing Scripture, your text remains in front of you, ready for underlining, marking and note-taking.
The notes are right next to the text where you underline, circle, jot notes and cross-references. Looking up a Hebrew or Greek word? You've got more space than your conventional Bible could ever give you.
As a bonus, your Notetaker's Bible comes with a multitude of extra note-taking pages formatted to fit your preference or specific needs.
SPECIAL CUSTOMIZED NOTE PAGES
- Lined full page
- Dotted full page
- Grid full page
- Two columns page
- Three columns page
- Narrow pages of 1/2 or 1/3 size
- Check-box list page
- Book overview page for background, timeline, author, theme notes
- and more!
For passages or chapters of deep study, you can print those extra, custom formats for expanded note-taking, charts, tables, lists -- any application you can think of!
- One pastor spent two years teaching the book of Romans. Imagine the notes that come with his sermons. No problem for your Notetaker's. You can add a book-sized note section to Romans.
- Over the years add new commentaries from your favorite podcast teachings or YouTube sermons. Read an interesting blog post, sermon, study print and add to your Notetakers, or forward into your device's app!
Your Notetaker's was designed with the notetaker in mind! The font is elegant and clear. The text is easy to read. The lines are spaced beautifully for readability and to give just the right amount of space for marking and notetaking.
The note sections are lightly lined so as not to overwhelm or distract from the text; yet, dark enough to provide a solid guide.
USE THE PEN AND MARKER OF YOUR CHOICE!
Many people don't like to use pencils for note-taking -- they want to use their favorite pens and highlighters! But bleed-through is always a reality. No more! With your Notetakers, virtually any pen type and color are safe.
Some students want to draw! They can't help themselves! But drawing takes space most Bibles don't have. Your Notetaker's solves that restriction. Remember, your pages are unlimited.
Because your Notetaker's is loose-leaf, you can add more material whereever you choose. Say you have a printed or copied article from your favorite commentary -- but it’s just too large to copy, print it and pop it right in the text or at the end of the book with a cross-reference.
Binder your Notetaker's any way you prefer
Do you want all of the Epistles in one binder, or do you prefer Paul's to be separate? Do you want all the Gospels in one binder or will you put the Synoptics in one and John with his letters and Revelation in another? Perhaps you want Luke-Acts in a separate volume. Do what makes sense for your study.
Perhaps you are studying Hebrews with Leviticus--put them in the same binder.
PRINT WHAT YOU NEED
Print the whole Bible or print one book at a time. If you don't need the whole book for a specific situation, just print what you need.
Is your church going through the book of Deuteronomy and this week is chapters 32-34? Bring those chapters on a clipboard, in a folder or 3-ring binder and you can bring your bound Bible too. As your teacher sends you to various books for cross-references in his sermon, your main text and notes remain open on your lap. Perfect!
KING JAMES VERSION
Studies show that the majority of Christians who study the Bible, rather than just casually reading, use the King James translation. The King James doesn't paraphrase; it is a translation of the words, not the "sense" of God's meaning. So, if you use multiple translations, they can be used side-by-side with your Notetaker's!
Binders and devices are not included.
Returns are not available for this product.
Please respect the copyright and do not print for others outside of your family.