Release Date: January 16, 2009
Contact: James Elgin (800)875.6467 x2360
Explore the Intersection of the Bible and Technology at BibleTech:2009 in Seattle
BELLINGHAM, WA–January 16, 2009–Scholars, publishers and technologists will be in attendance at the second-annual BibleTech conference in Seattle, WA on March 27 and 28.
BibleTech:2009 will feature more than twenty-five presentations from leading publishers, software developers, and web developers. Topics include data standards, the semantic web, mobile computing, ancient languages, and integrating technology into the Bible classroom.
“BibleTech is a place for everyone interested in the Bible and technology. There is no other conference where publishers, academics, ministry leaders, and technologists can find so much common ground,” said Bob Pritchett, President of Logos Bible Software.
BibleTech:2009 will feature two tracks. The first will address the technical aspects of programming, designing, and publishing software for Bible study and ministerial applications. The second track will focus on the application and implementation of Bible-based technologies including sermon preparation and advanced computer-based research strategies.
Featured presenters include: Mark Stephenson, Director of Web-Empowered Church; Lance Ford, Co-founder of Shapevine.com and WebChurchMedia; and Ellen Frankel, CEO and Editor-in-Chief of the Jewish Publication Society. A complete list of 2009 conference speakers is available at www.bibletechconference.com/speakers.htm.
More information is available at www.bibletechconference.com
About the Company
Logos Bible Software, a privately held corporation located in Bellingham, Wash., is the leading publisher of high-end, award-winning, multilingual Bible software. The company serves church, academic and lay markets, striving to bring the best in software innovation to Christians worldwide. Logos can be found on the web at: http://www.logos.com.
Last Updated: 1/23/2009