The Green Bible

9 January 09 | Posted in Bible

The Green Bible calls attention to more than 1,000 verses related to nature by printing them in a pleasant shade of forest green, much as red-letter editions of the Bible encrimson the words of Jesus. green-bible.jpg

Using recycled paper with soy-based ink, The Green Bible includes supplementary writings by, among others, St. Francis of Assisi, Pope John Paul II, Desmond Tutu and Anglican Bishop N. T. Wright.

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One Response to “The Green Bible”

  1. Norm Says:

    I guess I don’t really know what kind of writings Archbishop Tutu has in this particular Bible, but I would caution myself against his writings. He is known to very openly delineate from Orthodox Christianity. He has openly advised his flock to not consider Scripture infallible, he constantly diverges from Judeo-Christian morals, and chastises those who “obsess” over sexual morality when there are “more important” things to worry about. He seems to have abandoned the Will of the Father for his own personal agenda and the praise of the world, the same world that crucified the Son of God.

    Just wanted to make sure anyone reading this understood how unorthodox he is.

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