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 Nano Bible Jewelry

The Nano Bible is truly a technological masterpiece. In partnership with TowerJazz Semiconductor and a team of nano scientists and engineers, we are able to bring to you the world’s smallest Bible.

 

Lithographed onto a 5mm silicon surface, this advanced nano-printing technology makes it possible to have the entire Old Testament (in Hebrew) and/or New Testament (in Greek) embedded into each piece of jewelry to carry with you wherever you go.

Choose from a wide variety of faith charms and pendants uniquely designed around the micron-sized Bible to serve as a symbol of your faith and an opportunity to share your faith with others.

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 The Fish Pendant 

The Greek word for “fish” is ichthys, which is the name given to this two-arc symbol as first-century Christians made an acrostic from the word to represent “Iesous Christos Theou Yios Soter,” i.e. Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior.

 

Ancient Christians under Roman persecution would use this fish symbol to identify themselves to others in secret and to mark meeting places and tombs of fellow Christians. As one ancient story goes, when a Christian met a stranger on the road, the Christian would draw one arc into the dirt. If the stranger drew the other arc, both believers knew they were in good company.

 

Today, this symbol is widely used as a modern icon of Christianity and can be seen on clothing and jewelry as well as in home decor and car decals to signify one’s faith.

Jerusalem cross with Roman glass
Jerusalem cross with Roman glass

Jerusalem cross with Roman glass

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Jerusalem cross round
Jerusalem cross round

Jerusalem cross round

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Jerusalem cross round
Jerusalem cross round

Jerusalem cross round

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Jerusalem cross with Roman glass
Jerusalem cross with Roman glass

Jerusalem cross with Roman glass

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 Jerusalem Cross 

The Jerusalem Cross has been a symbol of faith for centuries. This large cross potent, surrounded by four smaller Greek crosses, was used as the emblem and coat of arms of the Kingdom of Jerusalem dating back to the second half of the 13th century.

 

The symbolism of the “five-fold cross,” is believed to represent several things: The Five Wounds of Christ, Christ and the Four Evangelists (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John), or Christ and the spread of the Gospel to the four corners of the Earth.