“I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty.”

Revelation 1:8

Welcome to an experiment in web technology. Quickly, until I can get a better explanation here, I wrote an Apache module to display Bible verses. The host portion of the URL should be bible.conman.org and the file portion of the URL is “/kj/” (for King James, the translation of the Bible I'm using) and then the book, chapter and verse you want. A period separates the book from the chapter number, and a colon separarates the chapter and verse. So, if you wanted to see Revelation 13:18, the URL would be:

http://bible.conman.org/kj/Revelation.13:18

And you are not limited to single verses either. You can specify a range of verses, such as:

http://bible.comman.org/kj/Exodus.20:3-17

which will display the 10 Commandments. The range isn't restricted to a single chapter either:

http://bible.conman.org/kj/Genesis.6:9-9:17

(which happens to be the story of Noah's Ark.)

You can also use the common abbreviations for the books, and if you don't know the proper spelling, don't worry—it'll try to figure out what you mean and bring up the proper page, such as:

http://bible.conman.org/kj/estor

There will be more here in a few days hopefully.

The text of the King James Bible used herein was provided by Project Gutenberg.

Sean Conner