Virtual library points readers back to the Bible.
Christians, people curious about matters of faith, and others are going to the internet to find answers to their questions with as much if not more frequency as their local church or faith leaders. The problem is that a lot of the answers people find atop their Google search results simply aren’t trustworthy. Even if some of the top search results aren’t clearly wrong, it can be difficult to discern who is behind the websites and whether or not their answers should be trusted.
To combat this, Moody Publishers has launched Bibletolife.com, a virtual library to help people better understand, engage, and love God’s Word. According to Randall Payleitner, associate publisher at Moody Publishers, “Our hope with BibletoLife.com is that we’ll be able to actively and nimbly serve our readers by using both original pieces and curated content from our books to point them right back to the Bible.”
Content on the site is written by tauthor, vetted by Moody Publishers in the publishing process, such as Tony Evans, Alistair Begg, or John MacArthur, authors like Priscilla Shirer, Hannah Anderson, and Trillia Newbell, Moody Bible Institute professors Michael Rydelnik, Sanjay Merchant, and Kevin Zuber.
Learn more at BibleToLife.com.