The Jerusalem Nano Bible

Did you know there’s a Bible with each letter narrower than a strand of hair, that can only be read with an electron microscope?

The Jerusalem Nano Bible, is said to be the smallest Bible in the world. And you can wear it! Ami Bentov, founder of the Jerusalem Nano Bible, has created a “pin-sized” version of the Christian and Hebrew Bible.

He says, “I realized I could use the same technology used in cellphones and computers, the same devices that are driving people apart these days, to creative something that will bring people closer together.”

As a boy he fondly remembers going to synagogue with his father. Today he says, “I’m teaching my children to love the Bible and to learn from it.”

Engage with the Bible—with Deuteronomy 6:8 which says of these words. . .”wear them. . .as reminders!” (NLT)

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