Two weeks ago, a Christian publishing company, Thomas Nelson Inc., announced the first FSC-certified Bible was released. Religious leaders are hoping this will inspire the religious community to use less paper and promote sustainable lifestyles. This version of the bible will be printed on recycled paper with soy-based ink and features verses and passages that speak to God’s care for creation highlighted in green.
Yes, The Green Bible is printed on recycled paper, and uses soy-based ink. There is also a solar-powered audio Bible. Christian groups have used it in Haiti in hopes to spread the holy word. The Faith Comes by Hearing organization has already sent 600 of the “bibles” to the foreign country. I am somewhat skeptical about the solar-powered devices, because I wonder if producing the gadgets is more eco-friendly than printing Bibles.
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