A guest post by Brian Hardin. Brian is the founder of Daily Audio Bible, a hugely popular Scripture podcast, and the author of Passages: How Reading the Bible in a Year Will Change Everything for You. This post was originally published in 2012, but we thought that Brian’s insights might be useful for anyone who’s […]
Three new digital Bible study titles are available for purchase at the Bible Gateway Digital Store! Here are the newest additions to our library of digital content: MacArthur Study Bible: The perfect companion to serious online Bible study, drawing on decades of pastoral and scholarly work by respected scholar Dr. John MacArthur. NKJV Chronological Study […]
Looking to do some Reformation reading today? You may not realize it, but Bible Gateway’s got a strong library of Reformation-related material, all online and easily accessible. Here are some of our Reformation resources: The Geneva Bible: It seems fitting to start this list with the book that lay at the center of the Reformation: […]
I’ve been reading up on my Bible translation history this week. Nearly 500 years ago this week, the famous and influential Bible translator William Tyndale was executed for heresy, but not before translating the Bible into English—an act that’s had a lasting effect on not just Bible translation history, but on the English langauge itself. […]
Pastors, Bible students, and Greek language learners, rejoice: Bible Gateway now has a complete interlinear Greek-English New Testament! As you read the Mounce Reverse-Interlinear New Testament, you can now click on any word to get a detailed breakdown of its meaning in the original biblical language. We added the English half of this Bible to […]
Do you take notes in your Bible? A recent article about the experience of reading through a family member’s heavily-annotated Bible prompts some reflection on the act of taking notes in the margins of our Bibles.
Are you convinced that the Bible is worth reading, but not sure if you can commit to such a project? Here are a few suggestions for how to go about working your way through the entire Bible in 2013.
We’re proud to announce today that the NET Bible is now available on Bible Gateway!
We’ve added two new Bibles to our online library! The first two additions of 2012 are the Czech Bible21 and the Hawai‘i Pidgin translations.
Have you ever wondered where the bolded section headings in the Bible come from? With the exception of the titles in Psalms, the Bible’s authors didn’t write their books of Bible with chapter or section headings in mind. They were added later by translators in order to help organize and divide the Bible into easier […]