Museum and Most Visited Christian Website Announce New Partnership to Spark More Bible Engagement—Feb. 22, 2016

Museum of the Bible’s The Book Audio Content Now Available Anywhere, Any Time

Today Museum of the Bible announced a new partnership with Bible Gateway that makes the museum’s daily one-minute radio feature, The Book, available on Bible Gateway’s audio webpage. The audio content, currently airing on 350 radio stations nationwide, will be placed on the highest-trafficked Christian website, allowing users to deepen their interaction with the Bible.

The Book is focused on the Bible’s fascinating history and impact on people from ancient times to the modern day,” said Museum of the Bible Vice President Steven Bickley. “By partnering with Bible Gateway, we can bring these remarkable stories and facts about the Book of Books to the millions of visitors from more than 200 countries who regularly visit Bible Gateway to read, hear, search, study, compare and share the Bible in more than 200 versions and 70 languages.”

Museum of the Bible developed The Book as part of its mission to invite all people to engage with the Bible.

“It’s a pleasure to partner with Museum of the Bible to make The Book radio program available for millions to enjoy on Bible Gateway,” said Rachel Barach, general manager of Bible Gateway. “Providing The Book to users is one more way the site is helping people all over the world engage with the Bible.”


About Museum of the Bible
Museum of the Bible invites all people to engage with the Bible through museum exhibits and scholarly pursuits, including artifact research, education initiatives and an international museum opening in late 2017 in Washington. The 430,000-square-foot, $400 million Museum of the Bible, dedicated to the impact, history and narrative of the Bible, will be located three blocks from the U.S. Capitol. As of 2016, it has sponsored traveling exhibits in several U.S. cities and four other countries.

About Bible Gateway
As the Internet’s most visited Christian website, Bible Gateway seeks to equip people to read and understand the Bible wherever they are. Millions of visitors from more than 200 countries regularly come to set up personal accounts and freely read, hear, search, study, compare and share the Bible in 200+ versions and 70+ languages; read the daily Blog; subscribe to 60+ devotional email newsletters, verse-of-the-day and Bible reading plans; and download the free award-winning Bible app. See Bible Gateway’s newsroom.