The Bible is being rewritten in the language of SMS.
Simon Jenkins, editor of Christian webzine ship-of-fools.com has written the new translation, called 'r father n hvn', in a bid to appeal to youngsters using mobile phones.
The website states that he had the idea for the book after reading about a German pastor who preached a sermon to young people by sending them text messages.
"More and more Christians are using mobile phones to send brief meditations, prayers and spiritual encouragement," said Jenkins.
He added that many of the translations were written by visitors to the ship-of-fools website.
The new version of 'The 10 Com&ments' reads: 'God: "Im No.1. No pix, plz. Uz my name nicely. Day7=holy. Take care of mum'n'dad. Don't kill, scrU round, steal or lie. Keep yr hands (&eyz) off wot isnt yrs."'
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