Google has just announced the launching of Google Maps Gallery, a new way for organizations to share and publish their maps online via Google Maps Engine. One map in particular caught our eye–the “Lands of the Bible.”
Peter Enns has an interesting post up identifying the three biggest reasons that people aren’t reading the Bible as much in churches, based on information he learned at a recent conference. Here’s an abbreviated list of the three reasons he describes: Bible reading is down because people read it… In fragments, meaning in the verse […]
In 2010, Chris Juby began tweeting summaries of every chapter in the Bible. We’re excited to announce that we’ve partnered with him to retweet his entire Bible Summary project at @biblegateway, and to share some of his insights on the experience here at the Bible Gateway blog. This guest post by Chris is the first […]
The school year is well underway, and students from first-grade to post-graduate are settled into the school routine—and are no doubt thinking of ways to procrastinate doing their homework. They’re embracing what Winston Churchill once said: “Personally, I’m always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught.” Every year Beloit College in […]
Are you subscribed to C.S. Lewis Daily? In the couple of weeks since we started our daily devotional drawn from Lewis’ writing, it’s become one of most popular new devotions on Bible Gateway.
We’ve just hit 500,000 fans on Bible Gateway’s page on Facebook! If you haven’t connected with us on Facebook, you’re missing out on the chance to interact not only with us, but with other Bible Gateway fans.
Next Monday (June 17), we’ll start a brand-new daily email devotional to help you discover your role in God’s plan. “Unfinished” will lead you through the important questions of life—Why are you here? What is your purpose? How does this all affect your life, career, family?—and will introduce you to a life of meaning and significance.