"Through a Bible Lens" is now available on amazon

"THROUGH A BIBLE LENS" IS NOW 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.

Through a Bible Lens speaks to millennials in the language of today's digital culture of smartphones and social media. It demonstrates to both young and old the most up-to-date thoughts on the interactions between The Bible and the impact of new technologies on contemporary life. Christians and Jews should buy this book 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.



Friday, December 28, 2018

GREAT BOOK FOR STARTING THE NEW YEAR!

You’ll enjoy beginning 2019 by reading my new book THROUGH A BIBLE LENS: BIBLICAL INSIGHTS FOR SMARTPHONE PHOTOGRAPHY AND SOCIAL MEDIA that teaches Bible in the language of today’s digital culture. Available on Amazon and other Internet booksellers.

“The iPhone has changed our culture and our ways of thinking and acting in the world. This book brings together spiritual thought, everyday practices of communication and interaction and profound insights about meaning and purpose in contemporary life in a brilliant and sustained exposition. Once again, Alexenberg has carved out a unique point of view that deserves the highest praise and a large readership. Great book!! – Dr. Ron Burnett, author of How Images Think, MIT Press; president, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver, Canada

Author Mel Alexenberg, research fellow at MIT Center for Advanced Visual Studies


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