Thursday, May 11, 2006

Now the Bible is Web 2.0 too.

TechCrunch is posting news about a new online Bible currently in beta. 

Search any of a number of versions of the Bible with eBible by keyword (and switch between Bible versions once you’ve selected text you are interested in). eBible pulls additional information relevant to your query from a library of Bible reference sites, such as dictionaries, topicals, encyclopedias, handbooks, etc. Expert commentary is also included in the margin of Biblical text.

 You can check out their blog here too.  There are lots of on-line Bibles out there, but this looks like it will have a  lot more functionality built in than the average “eBible.”

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

do you have an account?
because i would love an invite
yoyojaw at gmail dot com

Jacob said...

do you have an account?
because i would love an invite
yoyojaw at gmail dot com

Jeff said...

No, I don't. It's still a closed beta. I wish I did though!