Bible Brain newsletter 1: four Bible note makers to follow
Jun 12, 2021 10:10 pm
To kick this newsletter off, I wanted to introduce you to some people I've found useful as sources of inspiration for my Bible Note taking.
- Joschua - His thread in the Obsidian forum was a game changer for me and I've valued our interactions online. His digital garden is well worth exploring.
- Abe Peters - I discovered his video on use a plain text bible digital bible before I had even heard about Obsidian.
- Josh Ginter - his article on using Roam for Bible Study got me started thinking about digital connected bible notes.
- Mike Schmitz - really appreciated his insights about adding links and tags for images of sermon sketchnotes
I’ve approached these individuals and more to share some insights to their connected Bible note taking so keep an eye out for their names in future editions.
Reply and let me know of any people who are sharing their digital bible note taking approaches.
News - Apple quick notes
What it is: an upcoming feature in iOS 15 that will let you easily save a note with a reference to what you are looking at.
Why it matters: this is an incredibly frictionless way to take a note with links to a website, document, video, map or other source. This might make Apple notes a more appealing note taking app or it could become the way you start your notes.