Monday, March 14, 2016

Oxford Catholic Study Bible Comparison

Thanks to a reader Daniel for providing this photo.  It is a comparison of the text of the Catholic Study Bible second versus third edition.  The second edition is on the right.




8 comments:

Theophrastus said...

Note that the images are not at the same scale; the second edition is more zoomed out.

Jason P said...

No offense but what exactly is the point of this post or the picture?

Timothy said...

There were people in a previous post who didn't like some aspects of the third edition.

rolf said...

Looks like the same to me (taking in Theophrastus' comment to scale)!

Christopher Buckley said...

It's clearly using title caps to emphasize main sections of the text better.

It may also be using bold italics more robustly to emphasize each section's internal divisions too.

Either way, the pagination of the Readers' Guide is now correct.

Biblical Catholic said...

I have terrible eyesight, and the one on the left is much easier to read.

Jeff Burden said...

The newer version does look a tad better.

Christopher Buckley said...

Well you'll be pleased to know the "easier to read version" is the newest (third) edition.