The link below is to an article that reports on the increasing use of tablets, smartphones and other gadgets in the pew during church services as modern technology impacts at the local level.
Do you use a digital version of the Bible during church services? If so, what do you use? Please share in the comments.
The link below is to an article concerning the future ‘Bibles’ of the digital age. This article suggests that people will download customised and personalised Bibles that will be made up of what people want in their Bibles – it had to come to this eventually. The technology already exists for people to do for themselves.
The link below is to an article that looks at a version of the Bible that’s an App, called ‘YouVersion,’ it’s the Bible App for smartphones. What do you think of the app and what do you think of using a digital version of the Bible in worship – which doesn’t necessarily mean you have to be using the ‘YouVersion’ app. You may have a PDF version on an iPad or perhaps a Kindle version of the King James Version. Any thoughts? Please share them in the comments.
The link below is to an article reporting on the discontinuation of toilet rolls in Finland that had Scripture verses printed on them.
The link below is to an article concerning churches that are abandoning the Scriptures.
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The link below is to an article that considers the latest version of the Bible – the so-called ‘gay’ Bible.
The link below is to an article reporting on an interesting project involving Google – the online archiving of the Dead Sea Scrolls, including parts of the Old Testament.
OK, the link below is to an article reporting not on the original ark, but on a replica built in the Netherlands which has been opened to the public.