How I wish eBible.com existed in my days of studying theology in college. I have to admit that theology (or theo, as we fondly called it) isn’t exactly my thing nor did I excel in it like I did in Calculus and English. We used the New American Bible a lot. It’s that red-colored bible that’s probably the easiest version (for us at least) to digest. I believe Marc and other Ateneans will know what I’m talking about.
I think other Filipino students will benefit a lot from this revolutionary Web 2.0 approach to Bible study. It’s definitely a more enjoyable experience than having to sift through the fragile pages of the real thing. Not that it’s a bad thing, though. You can save excerpts that you like in a drag-and-drop fashion and share them to the whole community. The site also features a tag cloud of popular keywords, a search engine and an online store.
I received an invitation to use eBible.com and I got 25 more up for grabs.
Yes, I have 25 more eBible invitations in my possession. If you want one, reply to this post and I’ll give them to the first 25 commenters.