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The Bible and World War One

Remembrance Sunday, 11 November 2018, marks the centenary of the end of World War One. It’s a time for reflection. A time to pray for peace.

Psalm 91 and the coronavirus: How Scripture speaks today

One of the most precious parts of the Bible to many Christians is the book of Psalms. They reflect every kind of human experience – joy, grief, rage, frustration, it's all there. We go to Psalms when we want to find our own lives echoed in Scriptur...

17 Bible verses about Christmas

Looking for Bible readings for your Christmas services, present labels or Christmas cards? Start here.

From scrolls to scrolling: how technology has shaped our Bible reading

The way we read the Bible is changing, but does it matter, and if so, why? Dr Stephen Holmes explores.

GNB Youth Edition

Bible Society and Youth for Christ have teamed up to create a truly unique Bible. Young people like you helped us put this Bible together. We listened to your ideas and heard what really matters to you: information to help you learn and dig deeper i...

9 top tips for reading the Bible in a year

The perks are great – daily inspiration; light bulb moments as you see how the whole thing fits together; plus the big achievement fist pump at the end. But reading the Bible all the way through can be tough.

Jordan project to help traumatised refugees flourishes online during pandemic

Bible Society of Jordan has completed its first online trauma healing group, which shows that despite the challenges facing many Bible Societies during the coronavirus pandemic, new God-given opportunities are also being grasped.

Translation and Production

People have been translating the Bible for hundreds of years. Read how the English translation of the Bible came to be.

Search the Bible

Use our online Bible to read, search, compare, and comment, as well as saving notes and sharing animated verses.

Bible In Transmission

The Bible in Transmission is our free theological journal. Each edition features a different theme and is bursting full of articles. Read articles online for free.

Youth Bibles

Browse our selection of Bibles for children and young adults, including our Good News Bible — The Youth Edition.

Read the Bible

Use our online Bible search tool to read the Bible online, search the Bible, compare Bible verses, and comment, as well as saving notes and sharing animated Bible verses.

Bible Book Club

Love books? Love book clubs? Welcome to Bible Book Club, helping you read the Bible with your friends – one book at a time. Our helpful guides will give handy background information including tips, discussion questions and some hints for handling t...

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Thanks to your generosity, more and more people are able to access the Bible every month. Monthly gifts are vital to our work. Change your donation amount for Bible a Month here.

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You are reaching people in the Middle East with God’s word

In Jordan, Bibles and food were distributed to needy families by a Bible Society team given special permission by the government to bypass the coronavirus lockdown.

Where is God in our pain?

This is a special message from Bible Society for those in the thick of it taking on the coronavirus crisis, whether in healthcare, as key workers or helping those who are suffering.

Bible Q&A: Ancestral lineage in the Bible

Why does the Bible include lots of ancestral lineage in the middle of a story, e.g. Nehemiah?

Christmas with Bible Society

Check out our range of Christmas resources for you and your church, including a brand new nativity script, story booklet and more...

Bible Society appoints new Chief Executive

Bible Society has, today, announced the appointment of a new Chief Executive. Paul S Williams is currently Research Professor of Marketplace Theology and Leadership at Regent College, Vancouver.

Bringing the Bible to life

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