The Newest and Oldest

The Bible! Today you can read it, study it, and carry it with you on your phone or tablet with no limit in choices of translations, versions, or languages!
The Bible is online--a format for this digital age!
But did you know that one of the oldest Bible is also
online? Reassembled for the first time, while in the real world it remains scattered!
The hand-written Codex Sinaiticus, one of the world’s oldest known Christian Bibles, discovered in a monastery over 160 years ago, went online in 2009. With digital technology, this one book was assembled from many portions, allowing scholars to more easily search the text; to fully appreciate the value of this oldest known Bible!
Read it, study it, carry it with you—there’s no limit to your engagement with the Bible—a Book for all times!

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