My attention has been drawn to two contenders for the title of Worst Bible Ever.
First up, the 1599 Geneva Bible: Patriot’s Edition. This handsome hardback edition of the first English Bible features an inspiring picture of George Washington on the cover. Inside, the divine Word of God, complete with original study notes, comes supplemented with the Magna Carta, the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, a prayer by George Washington, and much more. The link between the Bible, the voyage of the Pilgrims, and American democracy has never been clearer.
Second, for those who think the Patriot’s Edition sounds too weighty, we have some lighter fare: the Holy Bible: Stock Car Racing Edition. This paperback NIV is easy on the eyes and easy on the wallet. Plus, it’s chock-full of color pictures and exciting stories from the world of stock car racing, just the thing to keep you riveted on God’s Word. You’ll want nothing more on a Sunday afternoon than to pop open a cold one and relax on the porch with this baby. It’s available for Kindle, too.
So what do you think? Which of these worthy entries deserves the title of Worst Bible Ever?