Anybody know about this one?
Gutjahr ought to get his facts right, Jehovah's Witnesses did not exist in the 1920s and therefore could not have "invented" Bible paper. There is a faint possibility that it was a Bible Student who was also a paper technician who developed Bible paper according to the demands of external publishers. Did the Watchtower Society even print Bibles back in that decade? I don't think they did.
Well spotted Half banana. Bible Students and even JWs didn't have an agreed upon bible until the New World Bastardization was published.
OK, everybody, as so often happens, the thread appears to be going a bit off topic. Of course, I realize that doing that can be fun.
Just to clarify, the WTS began printing the Emphatic Diaglott on its own presses in 1926, so I think our Indiana English professor Gutjahr is referring to that.
If anybody has any info on this going to the cigarette manufacturer and inventing bible paper, I still like to know.
You know when I think about those bible pages did have a certain smell/scent.
@pale.emperor Holy smokes.
Pale Emperor be like: