By Aaron Blumer Jun 08 2016 English Bible TranslationsTechnology"It’s a King James Version (KJV) with 10 to 15 percent of the text swapped for emojis; about one or two symbols appear in each verse." CT 1616 reads There are 2 Comments Looks like fun at times, Bert Perry - Wed, 06/08/2016 - 8:34pm ....but too flexible for any serious study. At least they're not changing pronouns and such. Aspiring to be a stick in the mud. Cheapening Aaron Blumer - Sat, 06/11/2016 - 7:27pm I could hardly believe Christianity Today was serious about this toy Bible raising any kind of "debate." Since all it does is replace text strings w/icons, the developers have probably never even read the whole Bible, much less translated any of it. The Word itself cannot truly be cheapened or made silly, but things people do to print/digital versions can certainly cheapen it from a human perspective. Views expressed are always my own and not my employer's, my church's, my family's, my neighbors', or my pets'. The house plants have authorized me to speak for them, however, and they always agree with me.