The Bitmoji Bible is trying to make religion more appealing to young people

Tech 21-4-2019 Mashable 21
TwitterFacebook

In the year of our Lord 2019, someone recreated the Bible through Bitmoji. 

The Bitmoji Bible is more of a collection of a handful of stories found in Jewish and Christian holy scriptures than an actual translation told exclusively through Bitmoji. While much of the actually philosophical passages aren't included — how are you supposed to discuss promises of salvation through a few cartoon characters? — you might recognize more well known myths, like the story of David and Goliath. 

https://t.co/ja3Kyj9vMJ pic.twitter.com/QDmWvAHgOL

— Daniel Eckler (@daniel_eckler) April 16, 2019

"Today's children are more likely to read a text message than a book," co-creator Daniel Eckler said through Twitter DM. "Given the Bible has been translated into more than 3000 languages, I thought it should be translated into one of the most popular contemporary languages." Read more...

More about Bitmoji, Bible, Culture, and Web Culture

Read The Rest at Mashable- (opens a new tab)





Pages

Archive