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September 16, 2003 | Richard N. Ostling, Associated Press
The Bible has been reprocessed into films, audiotapes, comic books and Broadway musicals, with editions aimed at many specialized audiences. So why not try a format that mimics teens' pop-culture magazines? Behold the new Revolve, the New Testament disguised as a glossy magazine aimed at girls 12 to 17, in which Holy Writ is jumbled alongside innumerable sidebars, splashy headlines and color photos -- all minus the sexual titillation of Seventeen.
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September 16, 2003 | Richard N. Ostling, Associated Press
The Bible has been reprocessed into films, audiotapes, comic books and Broadway musicals, with editions aimed at many specialized audiences. So why not try a format that mimics teens' pop-culture magazines? Behold the new Revolve, the New Testament disguised as a glossy magazine aimed at girls 12 to 17, in which Holy Writ is jumbled alongside innumerable sidebars, splashy headlines and color photos -- all minus the sexual titillation of Seventeen.
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August 30, 2003 | From Religion News Service
Where are teenage girls turning for advice about fashion, dating and getting along with their parents? Would you believe the New Testament? After years of trying to sell Bibles to one of the nation's savviest, most cynical consumer groups, Bible publishers at Thomas Nelson have developed a new way to snare adolescents' interest: turning the sacred book into a magazine.
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