Are the margins adequate for note taking? Is the paper stock of sufficient weight to resist "wrinkling" when written upon?
A study Bible must be able to "take it!" It should be printed on paper of sufficient weight to avoid excessive "corner fold over" and to limit "wrinkling" when words or passages are underlined with pen or pencil [colored or otherwise]. Margins should be sufficient to make limited notes; binding should be able to stand an occasional "pencil-left-in-Bible-when-closed".
These characteristic are especially important if Bible is used for sermon prep. or for teaching from.
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on The Amplified Bible, Expanded Edition, Hardcover
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