Posted on November 13, 2018

Wear The Holy Scriptures

Posted on November 13, 2018 by .BIBLE Registry Categories: Examples

Since Moses was given the tablets on Mount Sinai, people have been looking for ways to keep Deuteronomy 6:7-9, which states:

Never forget these commands that I am giving you today. Teach them to your children. Repeat them when you are at home and when you are away, when you are resting and when you are working. Tie them on your arms and wear them on your foreheads as a reminder.Write them on the doorposts of your houses and on your gates.

Through necklaces, bracelets, charms, lapel pins, framed medals, a desk stand and more, Jerusalem Nano Bible is making it possible to literally wear the Holy Scriptures — the Old or New Testament.

With a special program, the Nano Scientist translates the bible text file in whole, into an actual image or photograph, which will ultimately be projected onto the smallest of surfaces. The spirit and technology of Israel come together to produce the world’s smallest bible printed onto a single 5mm x 5mm silicon chip.

The size of the wafer compared to a typical bible is a marble compared to earth.

The Jerusalem Nano Bible is not an electronic device or connected to the internet. They re-purposed the printing technology to reproduce the bible onto a tiny 5x5 mm wafer surface.

And for their project, a home on the .BIBLE TLD made perfect sense. Dr. Mike Cohen of the Nano Bible Association said:

“When I saw the sign ‘.BIBLE’, I knew it, that we were getting .BIBLE... it’s brilliant, and I’m so thankful to you for creating it!”

More information on the two versions:

  • The Old Testament version of the Nano Bible contains all 24 books, including the Torah, written in ancient Hebrew. It contains the most important Holy Scriptures of Judaism, that were passed on by each generation, and according to rabbinic tradition were accompanied by an oral tradition, called the Oral Torah.
  • The New Testament version of the Nano Bible includes all 27 books written in Greek, the Textus Receptus (Latin: “received text”). The Greek version was the source of the original Biblical translation and the base for all later translations.

Visit the Nano.Bible site, and learn about the creative process of creating these miniscule Bibles.

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