Biblica is excited to partner with Q Ideas to bring Q Commons to a city near you.
Published 12:38 PM on September 22, 2015
Published 09:10 AM on August 07, 2015
Biblica released the following statements today in response to outdated falsehoods recently circulated in social media.
Published 02:41 PM on July 20, 2015
If we want to read the Bible, we simply open it up or activate an app on our phone or tablet. But what if you had a learning disability, vision problems, or a low level of literacy? That’s who the Accessible Bible is for: people who can’t read a standard Bible.
Published 02:20 PM on April 30, 2015
“Fifty years is a long time.” Giving homage to five decades of life-altering work, Douglas Moo, chairman for the Committee on Bible Translation (CBT), opened with these words at last night’s event to celebrate the 50-year anniversary of the commissioning of the NIV. The dinner, hosted by Zondervan, Biblica and the CBT at the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS) convention in San Diego, welcomed more than 600 theologians, scholars, pastors, Bible translators, publishing professionals and Bible enthusiasts.
Published 11:04 AM on November 25, 2014
Companies agree to transition Biblica’s low-cost outreach Bible business to Zondervan
Published 09:14 AM on October 01, 2014
Moeller to succeed outgoing CEO Doug Lockhart as Biblica continues its third century of ministry
Published 05:00 AM on September 22, 2014
What if the conventional wisdom that “shorter is better” doesn’t apply when it comes to the Bible? And what if we could turn social media—the king of fragmented content—into a tool for helping people connect more deeply with the Scriptures?
Published 10:18 AM on September 18, 2014
Biblica is proud to sponsor "Philip Yancey Live: A Conversation on Vanishing Grace," a 7-city tour for his newest book, Vanishing Grace. With more than 15 million books in print, Yancey is one of the most respected Christian writers of the past 50 years. He’s also a passionate advocate for better Bible engagement. Tour info
Published 01:06 PM on August 25, 2014
When Adam Lewis Greene launched Bibliotheca—and cast his vision for a high-quality, literary edition of the Bible—he hoped to raise $37,000 on Kickstarter. He ended up raising almost $1.5 million. If there were any doubts that people are hungry for a better Bible reading experience, they’ve officially been put to rest.
Published 08:55 AM on August 13, 2014