Chris Juby

Every chapter of the Bible in 140 characters or less.

I summarised the Bible on Twitter between Aug 2010 and Nov 2013 - one tweet per chapter, one chapter per day.

The @biblesummary account peaked at over 30,000 followers, and was featured in the news all over the world.

Find out about the project here, or feel free to get in contact.

@BibleIntro Book Countdown

@BibleIntro

I'm counting down to the launch of my @BibleIntro book with a rather random 40 days of Bible trivia, infographics, quizzes and memes.

The book is 'a Bible handbook for the Twitter generation". It gives a brief overview of each book of the Bible. My hope - as with the Bible Summary website - is that it will help people feel confident to read the Bible for themselves.

Follow @BibleIntro on Facebook or Twitter to join the miscellany.

The book comes out on March 9 via Authentic Media.

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Comments

Eifiki Robertson

When you think about it and how the book and the reading have been changed with the years, you get to think about it and it's awful the condition that our knowledge is being spread in.. I would say that with time there wont be any books and there wont be anything good like the real old book and the scent of a book.. ooh how it smells it's amazing. It really is. And even the BK and http://www.buecherverkaufen.co/ confirmed it.
Hope I helped in a way.
Cheers.

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