Latest Posts from the Bible Gateway Blog
We’re Listening! Answers to Common Questions About the New Bible Gateway
Since we started rolling out the new Bible Gateway website this week, we’ve received many comments and questions from users. (Please keep that feedback coming!) We’ve noticed that some issues are coming up more frequently than others. Here are five … Continue reading
Get More Out of Your Bible Reading: Five Things to Try at the New Bible Gateway
So, you’ve seen the new Bible Gateway, either at BibleGateway.com (where it’s being rolled out gradually this week) or at the beta website. You’ve probably realized by now that the basic stuff—searching Scripture and reading Bible passages—works more or less … Continue reading
The New Bible Gateway is Here!
The new Bible Gateway is here! Starting today and continuing throughout this week, we’re rolling out the new Bible Gateway to visitors. To find out if you’re one of the lucky ones to get early access, visit BibleGateway.com. If you … Continue reading
The Church is Starving Itself: An Interview with Kenneth Berding
Bible illiteracy is rampant even as countless Bibles reside on bookshelves the world over. Why is it a problem and why is it vital that it be solved? [See our previous blogpost, A Summary of Recent Bible Reading Surveys] Bible … Continue reading
What's New at Bible Gateway
You're using the legacy version of Bible Gateway. The new version of Bible Gateway features many improvements and new features, and we encourage you to try it out. This legacy website will remain online for a time, although it is officially unsupported and will not be updated further.
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