The Stylish Bible You Can Wear That's No Bigger Than Your Fingernail


Each word is about 170 times thinner that a strand of your own hair, so it might not be easy to read, but you can have a copy of the Bible with you anytime, anywhere.

Nanotechnology has been revolutionizing science, medicine and industry for decades, but it took until now for someone to turn it into a religious fashion statement.

Ami Bentov, an Israeli entrepreneur, came up with the idea to mass-produce silicon chips containing the entire Bible and sell them as pieces of religious jewelry: lapel pins, necklaces and, of course, crosses and Stars of David.

The company’s goal is to make the wearable Bible affordable and accessible, if not exactly practical.

Lead image from Religion News Service.
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