New search options for finding articles

Two new search options are available for finding articles based on either a specific passage or verses from a specific book of the Bible.  The goal is to make it easier for you to find relevant articles based on a Book of the Bible or even a specific passage you may be interested in.  Both are in the side-bar to the right.  The traditional general search is still there.  Note – this is a work in progress.  About 150 of the 500+ articles have been currently indexed and included in these new searches.  It’s a manual process, so please be patient.

  • Search for articles with verses from a selected Book of the Bible – a drop-down box lists all the book of the Bible, in alphabetical order.  Alpha order makes it easier for those who haven’t memorized the order of the books.  Just select the one you want, click submit, and a page will open with all the articles that have any verses from that book.  If there are more than 10 articles, there will be next and previous page links at the bottom.

  • Search for articles with selected NIV passage subtitle – a drop-down list has all the passages currently indexed from the site.  They’re in alpha order, so you can just start typing the NIV passage / section title.  As you type, it will narrow down the passages.  Note – you must start from the beginning of the title.  You cannot select words from the middle.  Just select the one you want, click submit, and a page will open with all the articles that contain that passage / section.  If there are more than 10 articles, there will be next and previous page links at the bottom.

 

 

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