The Sun Even Powers the Bible

It talks in a human voice, fits in the palm of your hands, is biblical and charged by the sun (or a light bulb or charged from a 9 volt DC adapter ((not included)). What is it? A solar powered bible you can listen to over and over again.

The solar powered bible contains all the books of the Bible, old and new Testament, and it speaks in a real human voice. Press the button and go from one chapter to the next. You can even go back and listen to a book if you need to. Fully charged the solar powered bible can play up to ten hours.

Innovative or lazy? What do you think? Is it useful for the hearing impaired? Will this help the illiterate be more religious or will it help the religious become illiterate? Share your thoughts below.

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Gloria Campos-Hensley
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Dec 4, 2007
by Anonymous (not verified)


This invention is being used overseas to put the Christian Bible into the hands of illiterate peoples in their own language. For those without a written language no longer does one need to be developed and taught before beginning a Bible translation.

Dec 4, 2007
by Jansie Blom (not verified)

i think it's cool

i saw a similar device brought into africa. much bigger though, and you wind it up. you get it in different languages as well. amazing!

Dec 4, 2007
by Anonymous (not verified)


As if we didn't have enough people trying to sell the bible to others.

Dec 4, 2007
by Anonymous (not verified)


dont you think we have made religion also as a business!!!!! and GOD as a commodity.
it may be a good idea if used properly but please not to sell Christianity.
religion is one's personal feelings towards the unknown forces of nature. if you want to spread the Good News, better first do it by behaving in a humanly way with other fellow human beings.

Dec 10, 2007
by Steve in Ohio (not verified)

This may be a good way for

This may be a good way for the non-Christian to explore the Bible. I would recommend the New American Standard version as opposed to King James for easier listening.

Jan 21, 2008
by Anne (not verified)

Wonderful idea! I would

Wonderful idea! I would love to have one.