A few months ago I had brought in to work with me my NIV Study Bible. It has a brown and pink cover and the outside pages are silver colored instead of the usual gold. The receptionist commented on how pretty it was and asked me if it cost anything. I said, "Yes, it was on sale and I got it for $25." She gasped and was absolutely disgusted that I paid that much and that it was even priced higher at the regular price. She said that making money off God's Word is just wrong and I said, "But it costs to print these materials." She wasn't having it.
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Answer by older at 1:29 PM on Nov. 3, 2010
Books are expensive and the bible is no exception.
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