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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS)

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Q: What is the mission of BIBLEing.com?
A: To spread the word of God to all corners of the earth.

Q: What does "BIBLEing" mean?
A: BI·BLE·ing [bahy-buhl·ing] verb. The act of reading, studying or working with the Holy Bible.

Q: What are the religious beliefs behind BIBLEing.com?
A: Great question. Please read our Statement of Faith, located on our About page.

Q: Is there any fee or cost for using your website?
A: No. We believe the Word of God should be free for everyone.

Q: Is it okay to print pages from the BIBLEing.com website?
A: Yes! Scripture is meant to be shared. Unless otherwise noted, all Biblical content can be freely copied, printed or reproduced for personal, non-commercial use.

Q: Can I use one of your Biblical images for a presentation, report or personal use?
A: Yes! Our collection of artwork helps visualize important events and characters of the Bible. They can be used for non-commercial purposes (don't use them to make money). Please give credit to the original authors by noting their name, title of work and date of completion.

Q: I own a website or blog. Can I link pages to BIBLEing.com? Do i need to get permission?
A: Legitimate websites are free to reference or link pages back to our site: No permission is needed.

Q: Can I quote information from your website?
A: Yes! Please use citations in the format of "Source, Date, Page Title" (exp: BIBLEing.com, 2013, Noah's Ark).

Q: Do you plan on publishing the NIV (New International Version) Bible?
A: Like many Christian leaders, organizations and pastors, we do not support the latest revision (2011) of the NIV.

Q: I couldn't find the information I was looking for. How often does BIBLEing.com update it's content?
A: Every day (except Sunday).

Q: What is your stance on an Open Internet or Net Neutrality?
A: Faith, religion and Christianity, are banned or restricted in many parts of the world - and should not be. Although not perfect, we support the concept of an Open Internet. We believe that web users and the content they visit should never be discriminated against.

Last modified 02/28/2014
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