There's now a version of the Bible that uses only Bitmoji, and it's arrived just in time for Easter and Passover

Daniel Eckler/Phil Lebovitz/SnapchatThe classic tale of ‘David & Goliath,’ as told through Bitmoji.
  • The Christian and Jewish bibles may be two of the world’s most popular books, but what if they were told through emoticons?
  • That’s exactly what two men did with the Bitmoji Bible – a handful of stories from both the Jewish and Christian bibles have been recreated with Snapchat’s popular Bitmoji emoticons.
  • As you might expect, these are extremely truncated versions of the classic parables.
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For thousands of years, humans all over the world have pored over the Christian and Jewish bibles.

The books have been translated repeatedly throughout the millennia, often a measure of accommodating the prevailing language of whatever culture was most dominant at the time – from Aramaic to Latin to Greek, and to hundreds of other languages.

For the first time ever, some of the most well-known stories from both books are being converted to a language even Millennials will understand: Bitmoji.


The Bitmoji Bible is the creation of Daniel Eckler and Phil Lebovits. Why create it? As “a quick way to learn Bible stories without having to read words.”

Daniel Eckler/Phil Lebovitz/SnapchatThe theme here appears to be irreverent brevity.

Bitmoji Bible isn’t exhaustive — it’s only the most well-known highlights from both the Jewish and Christian bibles.

Daniel Eckler/Phil Lebovits/SnapchatThe Birth of Jesus, for instance, from the Gospels of Luke and Matthew in the Christian Bible.

Some of the stories are just a single Bitmoji:

Daniel Eckler/Phil Lebovits/SnapchatDo you really need more than the title and a single Bitmoji for some of these? Probably! But they’re funny regardless.

It’s worth checking out the full Bitmoji Bible, whether you’re devout or just someone looking for a chuckle (or both!)


Check out the Bitmoji Bible right here.

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