The Bible has several intriguing if not revolutionary features. It features essays from Desmond Tutu, Pope John Paul II, NT Wright, Matthew Sleeth and others. And it is eco-friendly. The Bible is printed on recycled paper with soy-based inks and is held by a 100% cotton/linen cover. Finally, it is a "green-letter edition" so every reference to the creation is marked with brightly-colored ink.
I have only two small qualms with this project. 1) I have never been a fan of special editions of the Bible. I think the Bible probably transcends these uses by its very nature. 2) This Bible is in one of my least favorite translations, the NRSV. Even in light of these things, I would urge everyone to at least go echeck one out in person. Just holding it in your hands is an interesting experience.
What do you think about The Green Bible?