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  • Ralph Reed, 80, is on a mission to copy entire Bible word for word

    Ralph Reed, 80, has been copying the Bible word for word into his notebooks as a way to keep his mind sharp and for personal insights. Writing down the words of the Bible also helps he catch nuances he said he could miss in his reading, he says. Listen as he describes his routine and why he is inspired to do so.

Ralph Reed, 80, has been copying the Bible word for word into his notebooks as a way to keep his mind sharp and for personal insights. Writing down the words of the Bible also helps he catch nuances he said he could miss in his reading, he says. Listen as he describes his routine and why he is inspired to do so. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com
Ralph Reed, 80, has been copying the Bible word for word into his notebooks as a way to keep his mind sharp and for personal insights. Writing down the words of the Bible also helps he catch nuances he said he could miss in his reading, he says. Listen as he describes his routine and why he is inspired to do so. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com

Writing words of Bible helps Harrison County man gain personal insight

March 15, 2017 12:00 AM