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The Blue Letter Bible Project
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  2. Ease to use 10
  3. Books Collections and Software 7
  4. Mobile Version  apps. 10
  5. Search for a verse 10
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    The Blue Letter Bible Project is an initiative of Sowing Circle, a United States-based, non-
    denominational Christian ministry that has created a study Bible and Bible study tools "to
    make reading, searching and studying the Bible easy and rewarding". The study Bible and
    associated resources are provided in CD format, via Internet, and via apps. Sowing Circle,
    a California 501(c) Private Operating Foundation, was founded in November 1995. The
    Project supports 12 English Bible translations, Hebrew and the Septuagint for the Old
    Testament, and the Greek Textus Receptus and Westcott-Hort versions for the New
    Testament. Integrated study tools include Gesenius' Lexicon for the Old Testament, and
    Thayer's Lexicon for the New Testament, as well as English and Strong's Concordances
    for the entire Bible. Dozens of List of Biblical commentaries are also available.

    A series of free instructional videos, titled Introducing the Blue Letter Bible, is available on
    YouTube. There are also Blue Letter Bible Android and iPhone mobile_apps.

    The Blue Letter Bible is so called because of the blue color of the hyperlinks. The name "Blue
    Letter Bible" also contrasts with the term "red letter Bible", which is a common form of printed
    Bible with key words, such as the words of Jesus, highlighted in red.
    A content disclaimer on the Blue Letter Bible website's "About" page reads:

    CONTENT DISCLAIMER: The Blue Letter Bible ministry and the BLB Institute hold to the
    historical, conservative Christian faith, which includes a firm belief in the inerrancy of
    Scripture. Since the text and audio content provided by BLB represent a range of
    evangelical traditions, all of the ideas and principles conveyed in the resource materials
    are not necessarily affirmed, in total, by this ministry.

    The 66 books of the Protestant Bible are available in the Blue Letter Bible.

    The Blue Letter Bible (BLB) Project has three ongoing initiatives as of November 2006:

    The BLB CD for gratis distribution to missionaries, pastors, and students, e.g., via Calvary
    Chapel Magazine, a publisher and affiliate ministry of Calvary Chapel's with missionary
    emphasis, which has distributed over 45,000 BLB CDs to their readership worldwide,
    and Koinonia House, publishers of Personal Update (whose monthly distribution exceeds
    100,000), which offers free distribution of the BLB CD to their subscribers.
    The BLB website for online Bible study, which in 3rd quarter 2006 has over 3,500,000
    hyperlink cross-references and three adverts on the right hand sidebar, daily average
    page views exceeding 375,000, and over 1,250 independent websites distributing BLB
    internet content through BLB search tools embedded within their websites.
    The BLB Institute for structured Biblical studies, which offers free-of-charge registration
    and had over 28,000 registered students in 3rd quarter 2006.