OK, we reduce, reuse, and recycle. We try not to run the a/c. We bike lots of places. Honestly, we do everything but wear birkenstocks. But even if the general idea is good, do we need to market a Bible as a GREEN Bible?
From Time Magazine:
Green runs through the Bible like a vine. There are the Garden and Noah's olive branch. The oaks under which Abraham met with angels. The "tree standing by the waterside" in Psalms. And there is Jesus, the self-proclaimed "true vine," who describes the Kingdom of Heaven as a mustard seed that grows into a tree "where birds can nest." He dies on a cross of wood, and when he rises Mary Magdalene mistakes him for a gardener.
Yeah, here's a clue, Time--there was no electricity back then. Of course the ancient world was green.