A Bible Made With Emojis Is Now A Real Thing

Can we get an amen? Data obtained from the Pew Research Center shows the number of people following Christianity has been declining rapidly.

However, one genius man is making it difficult for these people to turn away from religion as he has introduced an emoji Bible on the App Store.

Selling the holy book "Bible Emoji: Scripture 4 Millennials" for just $2.99, an anonymous man, known only as a sunglasses smiley emoji, is dedicated to preaching Christianity among youth and bringing them toward religion.

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The goal behind this creative emoji Bible is to make religious scripture more appealing to younger age groups and talk to them in the “language of the internet,” which has now become the most common form of communication.

"[Emoji are] language-agnostic — they allow you to convey an idea to anyone, regardless of what language they speak,” the creator told the Memo exclusively. “A major goal of this whole process was to take a book that I think is very non-approachable to lay readers and try to make it more approachable by removing a lot of its density."

This latest version of the Bible is 3,282 pages long and appears to be a “fun way to share the gospel.”

The emoji Bible even has an interactive Twitter page with around 6,600 followers studying the new Bible.

Here’s what they had to say about the interesting initiative:






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