In May 2016, @BibleEmoji released the emoji Bible app to mixed reviews. While some questioned the validity of such a translation, others said it was harder to read than traditional all-word Bibles. Carl Moehler of Biblica said the conversation about the new app was an opportunity to get back to the basics of what the Bible is. He said the bible is a love letter from God. God could have communicated with mankind any way he wanted, and though He could have used, clouds, the sky, mountains, or oceans, He chose words. Moeller said the emoji Bible app might look like a new way to engage people with God’s word, it is important to remember that God inspired His word through texts. He added, “Sometimes, in our desire to be relevant, we miss the fact that God has chosen to give us His salvation message and His life message, in the form of words.” –Jim L. Wilson and Jim Sandell
Emoji bible: legit or not legit, By Beth Stolicker, https://www.mnnonline.org/news/emoji-bible-legit-or-not-legit, Accessed June 29, 2016.
2 Timothy 3:16 (HCSB) “All Scripture is inspired by God and is profitable for teaching, for rebuking, for correcting, for training in righteousness,”