In 2011, visitors to BibleGateway.com accomplished some impressive things! We’ve created a little video infographic to share the details.
What’s in store for the Bible Gateway community in 2012? Rachel Barach, Bible Gateway’s general manager, shares her vision for the next year.
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 […]
We’re excited to announce the addition of two new French Bibles to Bible Gateway’s library: the Segond 21 (S21) and the Nouvelle Edition de Genève (NEG1979)! Start reading Genèse 1 in the Nouvelle Edition de Genève or Genése 1 in the Segond 21. Both are graciously provided to us by the Société Biblique de Genève […]
As regular readers of this blog know, Bible Gateway regularly adds new Bibles and extrabiblical content to our online library. One consequence is that it’s easy, in keeping up with all the newly-added Bibles, to overlook some of the older favorites in our library.
When’s the last time you read an illustrated Bible? Illustrations are less common in “grown-up” Bible translations, although interesting Scripture illustration projects still exist. Do you have a favorite illustrated Bible?
In our post last week about family Bibles, we asked you to share stories about your own family Bible, if you have one. Many of you responded with fantastic stories about Bibles that have been passed down your family tree for generations. Here are some of those stories; all of these were shared with us […]
After over 15 years of adding Bibles, there are now a lot of versions in our library. We thought it might be useful to highlight a few Bible versions you may not know about and talk about what makes them unique–starting with the excellent Holman Christian Standard Bible.