“Holy Week” is the name given to identify the final days leading to Jesus’ arrest, crucifixion, and resurrection. As Holy Week unfolds, a large cast of characters play out a powerful emotional drama. But the story’s depth makes it somewhat complex. To help you track the people, places, and events of Holy Week day-by-day, Bible […]
Earlier this year, our friends at GMI created an informative infographic breaking down popular Bible searches by country. They’ve just released a new “video Infographic” that walks through the highlights, and presents some discussion questions based on the data: What do you make of the data, and the questions it suggests? In our original post […]
Jeffrey Kranz (@Jeffrey_the_Red) of The Overview Bible Project created the following Infographic from Bible Gateway’s online usage data. The top-10 most-read books of the Bible on BibleGateway.com are Psalms, Matthew, John, Romans, Proverbs, Genesis, Luke, 1 Corinthians, Isaiah, and Acts.
The following Infographics are from the NIV QuickView Bible (Zondervan, 2012) (website). Navigate and understand the Bible easily with more than 360 visual Infographics, 20 maps, lists, and color-coded sections alongside the NIV text. The Bible is presented as never before through at-a-glance snapshots that visually display key stories and insights from God’s Word.
Do Bible readers in different parts of the world gravitate toward different sections of the Bible? Here’s a chart that lays out the most popular Bible passages in different countries.
In 2011, visitors to BibleGateway.com accomplished some impressive things! We’ve created a little video infographic to share the details.
Editor’s Note: The blogpost below was written in 2011. For the latest information about this Infographic, see the 2015 blogpost, Bible Gateway “Holy Week” Infographic Published in Newsweek. Also available: high-resolution image and PDF. This coming Sunday is Palm Sunday, which begins Holy Week (or Passion Week)—the week that commemorates Jesus’ death and resurrection. […]