STEP Bible

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STEP (Scripture Tools for Every Person) is an initiative by Tyndale House, Cambridge to build an online Bible study tool based on The SWORD Project.

STEP's focus is the Majority world, which cannot afford other commercial Bible study software. The desktop version will allow people to use the tool without the need for an Internet connection, which lacks in so many parts of the world.

25 July 2013 saw the first public release (Beta launch) of the software, as an online platform.[1][2][3]

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  • Woods, Mark (14 May 2015). "This new Bible tool could revolutionise scripture reading across the world". Christianity Today. Archived from the original on 2 October 2015.

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