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  1. Camden Bucey

    Wouldn’t a digital version have been more green?

    Seriously, though – the consumerization and specialization of bibles is certainly become a sad absurdity.

  2. Nicholas T. Batzig

    That’s funny. I was thinking about that last night. Its not very green to kill trees to make paper for the Green Bible. I bet there was a lot of non-green methods used in the production and distribution of this hippie bible. At least God’s word is going out. While I am not a fan of the red letter bibles at least they focused on the person and words of the incarnate Christ. Now we are focusing on the creation. Doesn’t Romans 1 have something to say about focusing on the creation rather than on God?

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