Au contraire! “Owning a Bible is one thing, but reading and making sense of it is a challenge”, states Andrew Ollerton in “Christian Today”. Where does one start? Can books be skipped?
A 60 hour work week, constant traveling, and attending social events. For many this it today’s reality. People pay thousands of dollars to learn how to manage their work life balance. Willy Wiedmann was a natural!
Printing the Holy Scriptures is considered being illegal? Well not anymore but in old colonial America it was. The British government regulated the printing in the English language very strictly. ThereforeBibles had to be imported from Britain. One was only allowed to print it if they had a license from the king. Those licenses, however, were only granted to three institutions: Oxford and Cambridge University press and a printer in Scotland.