"Through a Bible Lens" is now available on amazon

"THROUGH A BIBLE LENS" IS AVAILABLE ON AMAZON (click on book cover in right column)
Read PRAISE FOR THE BOOK on the right column for reviews by Jewish and Christian spiritual leaders and experts in digital culture from five continents. Scroll down to see colorful photographs selected from among the fifty photographs in the book that illustrate the text.


SPEAKS TO MILLENNIALS IN TODAY'S LANGUAGE OF DIGITAL CULTURE. It presents to all generations the most up-to-date thoughts on how The Bible gives fresh insights on the impact of new technologies on contemporary life. Christians and Jews should buy THROUGH A BIBLE LENS for themselves as well as for their children and grandchildren.

A MUST-READ BEFORE VISITING THE HOLY LAND! Learn how to share your experiences on social media and transform your smartphone photographs into biblical messages emerging from what you see. It's all in the book THROUGH A BIBLE LENS. Click on book cover in right column to see inside the book and buy it on Amazon.




Tuesday, September 4, 2018

"Thinks brilliantly outside the box" From Georgetown University Professor of Theology and Fine Arts



“For those of us familiar with the diverse and exhilarating work of Mel Alexenberg as an artist, educator and profound thinker, this latest book offers precisely the four things we would expect. The narrative thinks brilliantly outside the box. It synthesizes the realm of the abstruse and transcendent with the realm of the concrete and immanent. It crisscrosses disciplines, from science and technology to philosophy and mysticism to art as both historical and creative phenomena. Finally, the entirety is managed in a style both accessible and inviting. Those with prior knowledge of any or all of the disciplines from which Alexenberg draws will smile again and again in affirmation, and those entering without prior knowledge will be thrilled to understand things that they thought might be beyond them. This is one of those books that other thinkers will wish they had somehow thought about how to write, and to which readers of diverse sorts will simply respond by saying: wow!” 
- Dr. Ori Z. Soltes, author of Tradition and Transformation: Three Millennia of Jewish Art and Architecture; professorial lecturer of Theology and Fine Arts, Georgetown University, Washington, DC

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Innovative Book Engages Millennial Christians in the Language of Digital Culture

P rof. Mel Alexenberg’s new book Through a Bible Lens: Biblical Insights for Smartphone Photography and Social Media was reviewed by Elian...