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Died: C. Peter Wagner, Theologian, Bible Teacher, and Church Growth Specialist

C. Peter Wagner (@cpeterwagner), 86, died Oct. 21, 2016. Author or editor of more than 70 books, he was a Christian theologian, Bible teacher, missiologist, missionary, and church growth specialist. [Browse books by C. Peter Wagner in the Bible Gateway Store] According to Wikipedia, Wagner was a missionary in Bolivia from 1956 to 1971 and […]

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Died: Lawrence O. Richards, Author and Bible Editor

Prolific Christian author and Bible editor Dr. Lawrence O. Richards died October 16, 2016. Among his authorship of more than 200 works, Richards was the general editor of the Adventure Bible (Zonderkidz) and the co-general editor with his wife, Sue, for the Teen Study Bible (Zondervan). [Browse books by Lawrence O. Richards in the Bible […]

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More Countries Visit Bible Gateway Than Are Represented at the Olympics

Remove banner ads and expand your Bible reading experience using our valuable library of more than 40 top resources by becoming a member of Bible Gateway Plus. Try it free for 30 days! As the Internet’s most visited Christian website, visitors to Bible Gateway come from 238 countries and territories to set up personal accounts […]

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Womens Bible Cafe: Using Bible Gateway to Minister to Help Women Connect to God’s Word

We were pleased and intrigued to see this Tweet recently from @WomensBibleCafe: I've completed 60 online Bible studies & a Liberty University theology degree using this app for support>> @biblegateway -Christine Abraham — WomensBibleCafe (@WomensBibleCafe) May 24, 2016 We think the Bible Gateway App is a great tool for Bible reading and study. But when […]

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5 Reasons Why You Should Become a Member of Bible Gateway Plus

We recently launched Bible Gateway Plus—an alternative membership service that removes banner ads from Bible Gateway and greatly expands the online study materials you can access while reading Scripture. From the beginning, the response from members has been overwhelming—they love the absence of banner advertising and the exclusive Bible study resources. If you’re on the […]

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Prayers for Brussels

Our hearts and prayers go out to our brothers and sisters in Brussels, where terrible acts of violence have killed and injured dozens. The survivors and families of the victims will have a long road of recovery ahead of them, so please keep them in prayer in the weeks and months to come, after the […]

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Bible Gateway Now Hosts Museum of the Bible Radio Program

Bible Gateway is now making available in the audio Bible section of Bible Gateway’s website the one-minute Monday-Friday radio program, The Book, produced by Museum of the Bible (@museumofBible). Through this partnership the audio content, currently airing on 350 radio stations across America, is accessible on demand to Bible Gateway’s worldwide users. [Browse the Audio […]

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Bible Gateway Launches Bible Gateway Plus

Try our new membership service that features a banner ad-free experience and instant access to digital Bible study books! In addition to the substantial free Bible content and functionality available to you every day, Bible Gateway is now providing you a way to augment your online Scripture reading and study with no banner ads and […]

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Theology for Everyone: The Legacy of Charles Ryrie

We were saddened this week to learn that Charles Ryrie, a Bible scholar who made his mark with a groundbreaking popular study Bible and many other books, died at age 90 after a long and remarkable life. Ryrie was a prolific writer who penned many books about Christianity, covering a wide variety of topics—but a […]

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Mourning With Those Who Mourn: Looking for Answers to the Terror in Paris

Today we mourn and pray for our brothers and sisters in France—for those who lost loved ones in yesterday’s terror attacks, and for the millions of French citizens who must now try to process this brutality. One of the oldest and toughest challenges for Christians is finding a way to understand the existence of terrible […]

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