Virtually every popular social media network and chat / messaging app in the 21st century, tend to use emojis. Facebook, WhatsApp, Telegram, Instagram, name it. All of them all have the use of emojis embedded in them.
Emojis are believed to better communicate words and expressions. Now, how about having that in the bible? Perhaps, it’d make reading the Bible more fun right? Well, somebody who choose to be anonymous, already set that.
The last time we checked, November 2014 to be precised, there are about 531 translations of the bible. Perhaps, right now, its safe to increase the number by 1.
The anonymous translator who choose to be known as a ‘cool dude with sunglasses’ emoji, has translated the King James version of the bible.
This emoji translated bible (better described as Bible Emoji), is designed for Millennials who might be inspired to read the Bible more consistently as it includes emojis they are quite familiar with. As a matter of fact, the title of the Bible Emoji is ‘Scripture 4 Millennials‘.
The Bible Emoji is currently only available to iOS users and is currently available on the app store. However, it comes with a price tag of $2.99. More excerpts are available at the Twitter handle, @BibleEmoji.