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Bible in One Year 91002-1505 Bible in One Year 91002-1505 Bible in One Year - $0.00 Version 91002-1505
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Description Updated 2013-07-25

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Another script for your church site: this allows your congregation to read through the Bible in a year, either by visiting your site each day, or subscribing to the RSS feed.

Like many of the scripts I design now, an RSS feed is integrated right into it.

This script allows the user to read four or five chapters a day, usually two from the old and two from the new. In this manner, the entire Bible can be read in a year.

It can be viewed in a browser, using the style of your site, or it can be read in an RSS reader.

Currently it fetches The Message from the Gospelcom.net site, but it can be modified quite easily to fetch any translation or language.


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Just what I've been looking for!
Thanks for such a great script!
Sincerely,
LAF
http://biblestudynotes.org

Excellent script! Easy to install and a great feature for any Christian website.

The Rapture Rebuttal

The Bible in One Year script from Intelliscript.net works great! I was looking for this type of script but needed one that was easy to implement and that did not require a database.

Grab this script! The price and functionality can't be found anywhere else.

Tom G.
Webmaster, Southway.org

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