In reading the 8th chapter of Hebrews yesterday, I came across this verse:
"Now the point in what we are saying is this..." (it is verse 1 of the chapter, actually)
Well, the meaning of the verse and the chapter is not the point of this post... so you will have to read it for yourself.
But here is the point...
My Bible has a fair number of footnotes, and I tend to read most of them as I read a given passage of Scripture. So I read this verse... glanced down for a footnote... and found one. Now the format of the footnotes in my Bible is pretty important to my point. The words being discussed in the footnote are in bold, followed by the commentary/explanation/etc. So here is how the footnote reads in my Bible:
8:1 Now the point in what...are saying is this - [explanation of the verse, etc, etc.]
Does anyone see this as odd like I do? I mean I am curious to know if I am too analytical/critical or if others see what I see.