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Robert Rouse
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Bible & Data Geek
Bible & Data Geek

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Every Bible has maps in the back, but not a chart of the genealogy of Jesus. Bibles had it in 1611...why not today? Maybe it's time for a comeback. People care about people, and we should make charts that tell their story.
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Here's a great way to hear from people at the intersection of faith and technology: the Faith Leads Tech conference. It's in Nashville on Nov. 9th. Get tickets here and come find me if you can make it! http://faithleads.tech/
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Gems from the Rand McNally Bible Atlas, way back in 1884.
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Google organizes the world's information with the Knowledge Graph. Facebook captures our relationships and experiences with the Social Graph. I am organizing subjects of the Bible the same way for the next generation of apps.
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Why re-make a map that's already in the back of your Bible? This intro video answers that question, with a few action shots tossed in!
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JUST RELEASED: A new map of Paul's missionary journeys with Roman provinces, roads, and cities. Control which routes to see and click a place for details. Try it here: https://viz.bible/journeys/

When I look at the maps in the back of my Bible, I want to be able to zoom in closer and tap to get all the information I need, just like I can on my phone. I made this map so you can do that (even on small touch screens).

Read more: https://m.viz.bible/mapping-pauls-journeys-3e6492075e19
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I love this map from the 1611 KJV. We just don't make illustrations this good anymore to go with our family Bibles, study Bibles, or study helps. It's all about low-cost mass production today. I'd be thrilled to have a colorized reproduction of this.

http://sceti.library.upenn.edu/sceti/printedbooksNew/index.cfm?TextID=kjbible&PagePosition=74
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