TEL AVIV, Israel, Nov. 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- "Now therefore write this song and teach it to the people of Israel. Put it in their mouths, that this song may be a witness for me..." (Deuteronomy 31:19)
Ami Bentov, founder of Jerusalem Nano Bible, has created a new and innovative version of the bible that will allow each individual to possess their own copy, in a fashionable and non cumbersome way. He did this by creating the Jerusalem Nano Bible.
Bentov, has literally reinvented the way to experience the Bible. By utilizing new innovative technology, Jerusalem Nano Bible is printing the entire manuscript on a 5mm by 5mm surface. The appropriately named Jerusalem Nano Bible is the smallest Bible printed onto a single surface.
Customers from near and far have been enjoying their unique gift. William Forsyth from Montana was quoted as saying: "I love the Jerusalem Nano Bible. I wear it with pride and I share it with my close friends. I am just impressed with this product." Reactions like Forsyth's are quite common. Bentov said, "The bible makes a great impact on people, as it symbolizes God's presence here on earth."
Bentov believes that the Jerusalem Nano Bible, which has been in circulation since 2014, is the perfect union of Israel's spirituality and its reputation as a high-tech haven. He was inspired by the uniqueness that modern-day Israel represents as a place of both technological advancements and a meeting point of faiths.
Bentov's history as a video journalist has brought him face to face with war zones and extremely dangerous places. "Knowing it is there makes me feel secure and protected," he said. "There is no doubt the presence of the Jerusalem Nano Bible can make a person behave a bit better, a bit more spiritual. It certainly can make a positive change in society."
The Jerusalem Nano Bible has both The New and Old Testaments available, and is written in the original languages: The original ancient Hebrew and ancient Greek. Each letter of the Bible measures in at 0.18 microns which makes it unreadable to the naked eye. To read this Bible one would need an electron microscope to zoom in to the 1000x level.
Bentov is hopeful that his company's work can change the way people experience the bible. "We are hoping to generate a positive conversation among people." Bentov strongly believes in the impact that the Jerusalem Nano Bible can make: "If the entire world would speak for a few minutes a day about their positive spiritual notions, that will help to create a harmonious dialogue between people from all over and will form a sense of community," he said.
The Jerusalem Nano Bible can be mounted onto decorative settings and precious metals, making it an ideal fit for jewelry and keepsakes. Pendants, watches, bracelets and lockets with the Jerusalem Nano Bible are now available for online purchase at the company's website.
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