The Bible Style Guide is a reference text designed specifically for those working within the media industry [but it can help a lot of others]. It provides a crash course in the Bible for busy journalists, broadcasters and bloggers.
Packed with useful facts and figures, it includes handy overviews of issues that often hit the headlines, as well as terms that are often misunderstood.Whether you’re covering Creationism or Zionism, or want to know your apostle from your epistle, The Bible Style Guide is here to help you get started.
Like everything else, it’s going to have its idiosyncrasies, at first glance, it looks like a great little resource [75 pages].
Table of Contents:
1.0 Fast Facts
2.0 Factual accuracy and the Bible
3.0 directory AN A–Z OF BIBLICAL TERMS
4.0 Question Time: Interpreting the Bible
5.0 PUBLIC or PRIVAT e: what’s the Bible for?
6.0 Designer collections: How the Bible came together
7.0 Berliner or broadsheet? Translating and producing the Bible
8.0 Sacred editorial: the Bible as a book from God
9.0 Chinese whispers? Changes to the biblical text