Category: Interviews

Interview with 2K/Denmark

I recently had the opportunity to interview the amazing crew of 2K/Denmark, including Klaus E. Krogh (CEO), Magnus Gaarde (Head of Design) and Johs Krejberg Haahr (Bible Concept Developer). 2K/Denmark are some of my heroes of Bible design and I am grateful for them agreeing to this interview and for their time they put into these detailed answers. In this interview they give us an inside look into the world of Bible design. Here’s the complete interview. Introduce our readers to 2K/Denmark. Who are you and what is it you do? Klaus: 2K/DENMARK is a graphic design company founded in...

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Interview with Mark Ward

I recently had the opportunity to interview Mark Ward of Faithlife. Mark writes and teaches about Bible design (one of my favorite topics), Logos software (one of my favorite apps), and the Bible in general (back to my favorite topic), so I wasn’t about to pass up the opportunity to toss some question his way. He was gracious with his time and provided some seriously detailed answers. So we have for you today the complete unedited interview with Mark Ward. On to the interview… Introduce yourself to our readers. I’m a Bible nerd who can’t stop putting more words about the...

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Interview with Trevin Wax

I recently had the opportunity to interview with Trevin Wax – a Bible publisher and one of the great minds behind the Holman CSB Reader’s Bible. Trevin discusses the importance of the reader’s Bible trend and provides some insights on the development of the CSB Reader’s Bible. He even gives a quick comparison of digital vs print Bibles. Here’s the complete unedited interview. Introduce yourself to our readers. My name is Trevin Wax. I currently serve as the Bible and Reference Publisher at Broadman and Holman. I’m also a writer and blogger and a teaching pastor. You worked on...

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David Norton Interview

I recently had the opportunity to interview Professor David Norton, editor of the New Cambridge Paragraph Bible. Professor Norton graciously put up with my questions and has provided us with a detailed look at the purpose and need for an edited edition of the KJV. I personally consider the New Cambridge Paragraph Bible to be one of the most important KJV’s ever published and this interview will explain why. On to the interview. Image – David Norton. 2004. In Victoria University of Wellington, NZ, library, with a 1640 KJB open at Daniel 11. This was the last page-for-page printing of the...

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Interview with Glenn Paauw

  I recently had the opportunity to interview Glenn Paauw of the Institute for Bible Reading and author of Saving the Bible From Ourselves: Learning to Read and Live the Bible Well. The Institute recently collaborated with Tyndale Publishing on a new project called Immerse. Mr. Paauw graciously put up with my questions and has provided us with a detailed look into the world of reading the Bible well. First, I want to say a special thank you Glenn for his detailed answers and to Evie Polsley of Tyndale for setting up this important interview. Now, on to the complete...

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