Create a digital copy of Bible Study Magazine
Create a digital version of Bible Study Magazine so that we can receive it as a digital copy. I would like to be able to receive it digitally so that I can have it with me and receive new copies when I'm away from home. This would allow me to read it when I'm away from Home.
A company called Book Baby can make a digital copy of a book for $99.00 and you can even get it in formats for iBooks, Kindle, Nook act. I would much rather receive it as a digital version than print.
This is on pre-pub: https://www.logos.com/product/145946/bible-study-magazine-logos-ed-2008-2017
Stephen McC commented
Brilliant magazine. But with the costs of overseas postage and my desire to digitalise i have not renewed my subscription. But I will the first to renew when it is digitalised (like Tabletalk etc.)
Ian Heath commented
I live in the UK and post rates prohibit buying it as it is.
It is also odd that it has only 99 votes -There should be a great deal of support for this.
Bruce Dunning commented
To me it is odd that a digital book company that wants to expand their current offering of journals does not even offer their own journal digitally. I hope this is rectified in the near future.
Rosie Perera commented
For those asking why, this is Logos's justification for why: http://blog.logos.com/2008/07/why_a_print_magazine/
But to me that seems like a lame excuse. You can still keep a print edition and reach all those dinosaurs out there who aren't using computers to do their Bible study even if you have a digital edition. Nothing forces it to be either/or.
Nathan Parker commented
Especially for the iPad this would be great. Searchable in Logos too!
Jeffery Ferrell commented
Come on now! Quit playin! This is absolutely a no brainer, what's the hold up?
Any reason, especially with vryso, that there isnt a digital version?
DUNCAN CAMPBELL commented
As a Logos user from Scotland in the UK, I would love to buy Bible study magazine, but the cost of shipping is so expensive that I am unable to afford it, and thus have to do without.
If Bible study magazine was available electronically, I would be able to buy it.
Philana Crouch commented
This is very important. I understand if people would like print copies, that's their choice, but please give us customers the option to have it digitally. For me personally paper magazines are not a good option. I prefer to read on my iPad. So please give us the option. A digital option would not be difficult to produce, it would not add any costs to Logos, they already have to provide one for printing.
I agree with you, and it is the same I would have asked, but I've finished my votes! The idea is good because BSM has many articles which help Bible study (it's quite obvious to say that, I know), and it would be nice having such material integrated when reading (I should say "hearing"!) the Word of God!