Read Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John in Greek over the course of a year, one day at a time
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FAQs: About This Site

This site is designed to help you read through the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John in Greek over the course of a year. The readings vary in length, usually around 10-11 verses, but sometimes more or less depending on the specific passage. You can see today's Daily Reading on the Home page, or you can browse through the Daily Readings in order from the beginning.

Audio. Beginning in 2005, I am adding audio to the site, relying on the wonderful resource provided by Marilyn Phemister at CCEL: her complete audio recording of the New Testament in mp3 format. I am editing her audio files (which go chapter-by-chapter) to match up with the portions of Daily Reading found at this website. In addition to the audio file for the entire Daily Reading, I am also creating audio "snippets" of memorable quotes or passages contained in the reading (you will find these down at the bottom of each page). If you are using a phone modem, these audio snippets should be easy to download (to download the audio file for the entire Daily Reading, you probably need to have high-speed internet access of some kind, such as a cable modem or DSL).

Javascript. The Javascript Calendars created by Randy Hoyt for R9Solutions allow you to display the Daily Reading on your website! The display will update automatically every day of the year. It's easy: there are no special web skills or server-side technology required. Instructions are provided here for Using the Javascript to display the daily Gospel reading as part of your own webpage. You can also visit the R9Solutions Calendar Content Tool website in order to create your own javascript calendar (for example, you could create a calendar of your favorite Bible verses!). Thanks to Randy for this incredible free tool!

Laura Gibbs, Ph.D. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License. You must give the original author credit. You may not use this work for commercial purposes. If you alter, transform, or build upon this work, you may distribute the resulting work only under a license identical to this one. Page last updated: January 27, 2005