A new project on the Internet is going viral, and it’s a new project in the making.
The name Project Gutenberg, as the name suggests, refers to the book of Hebrew scriptures known as the Bible.
In the first verse of the Bible, it reads: “The book of the living God” (Exodus 22:24).
That verse has become a favorite quote of Christian leaders and has become an Internet meme.
The Project Gutenberg Project has become something of a cult-like phenomenon.
The Internet has created an entirely new online community dedicated to the Bible and a new generation of believers is creating websites to disseminate its message.
The project started by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which has more than 1.6 million members, is a project that combines research and translation into an eBook.
The new Project Gutenberg website, which was launched Monday, includes the name of a popular online Bible translation service, the Project Gutenberg Bible Translation Project, and an introduction from Mormon Church leader Gordon B. Hinckley.
The website includes a search box and a “find” button that will find a project page on the Project’s website.
A short bio describes the project, which includes research, research and more research.
“The project aims to provide people with an in-depth understanding of the historical background of the Hebrew Bible and to provide a resource to support the faithful study of the Scriptures,” the Project website says.
“This project aims at providing a comprehensive and accurate overview of the history of the ancient Hebrew Bible.”
It’s not clear how many people have registered to become members of the Project.
But, Project Gutenberg’s founder, the Rev. John E. Smith, said he expects the website will be a “very popular resource” for members of various faiths.
“It’s been a great opportunity for us to help people understand what the Bible really means,” he said.
Smith, the Mormon Church’s first president, told the Deseret News he wants to use Project Gutenberg as a “source of information” and to give “unparalleled insight into the history and writings of the biblical texts.”
Smith said the project is “a new way of sharing the gospel.”
Project Gutenberg was founded in 1996 and has a team of more than 100 people who translate the Bible into various languages.
The Bible is the Hebrew word for “living” or “living word.”
It was originally written by the ancient Israelites, but the word was eventually changed to reflect modern times.
The original Hebrew text was compiled in about 800 B.C.E., about 1,300 years before the birth of Jesus.
The Bible was compiled by Josephus, a Roman historian who wrote in the third century A.D. He said the first written copy of the book was written by Pseudo-Chrysippus in about 70 B.G.E.
The Project Gutenberg project is led by the Rev., Joseph Smith, and includes several LDS missionaries and scholars.