“Connecting the biblical world with the modern interconnected reality of today is inspiring on many levels. I really enjoyed Through a Bible Lens because it gives us an amazing perspective on our own existence, especially in the age of interconnected iPhone culture.” - Prof. Michael Bielicky, head of Department of Digital Media/Postdigital Narratives, University of Art and Design/ZKM Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, Germany
“There are many parallels in Christian thought and deed that should allow this excellent book to resonate with many people of faith. When I picked up Prof. Alexenberg's book, I happened to be reading a spiritual guide on contemplative prayer by an anonymous 14th century Christian mystic whose words find a parallel in Alexenberg's exhortation to seek the Divine out in the world in all that you see and photograph, and with love. He has succeeded in creating a program for photographers, on a daily basis, to explicitly weave their faith into their art and ultimately, back into their worldview with a fresh perspective.” - Bob Weil, co-author of The Art of iPhone Photography: Creating Great Photos and Art on Your iPhone
Photo above is one of the 50 photos in Through a Bible Lens. It is based upon Genesis 48:11 “Israel said to Joseph, ‘I never dreamed that I would ever see your face again, and God has even let me see your children.’” A descendent of Joseph’s son Menasseh works on a computer in Israel. She represents the amazing reunion of the lost tribe of Menassah after 27 centuries of exile in the farthest reaches of India.