The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


Day 7: Chill out

German Protestants finalized a Twitter Bible, compiling more than 3,900 "tweets" produced in 10 days last May. A tweet is a 140-character message sent via the networking tool Twitter. The Bible is titled "Und Gott chillte," or "And God decided to chill," after contributor Jessica Volker's summary of Genesis 2:1-3: "On the seventh day, God finished his creative project, and decided it was now time to chill."


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