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Maye, Warren L.
March 2011
Good News!;Mar2011, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p2
The article reports on the conversion of the entire Contemporary English Version of the Bible to short message service (SMS) data application by the son of an employee of the Bible Society in Australia. According to Michael Chant, Bible Society spokesperson, the SMS version of the Bible enhances the evangelistic mission of the Church. It also discusses the Salvation Army Telegraph Code which uses ciphers to make messages confidential.


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