eBible, a new Bible search engine, is currently in private beta. I’d be writing about it anyway, but I’m thinking a few positive karma points may not be a bad idea, either.
Search any of a number of versions of the Bible with eBible by keyword (and switch between Bible versions once you’ve selected text you are interested in). eBible pulls additional information relevant to your query from a library of Bible reference sites, such as dictionaries, topicals, encyclopedias, handbooks, etc. Expert commentary is also included in the margin of Biblical text.
eBible is also offering product recommendations, and has a few low key ads. It’s not the first Bible search engine, but its a good one.
Of course, what I’d really like to see is something like eBible, but that includes search across texts of all religions.
Sign up for the beta on the eBible home page, and check out the blog.