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In recent issues of the Bible Advocate, you might have seen announcements about the revamped BA Online. If you don’t venture onto the Internet often, or at all, or if you’re unfamiliar with our online body of work, here’s some information you might find interesting.

Since 1996, when the General Conference and Bible Advocate first entered cyberspace, we have been reaching an audience we can’t reach through print. We’ve gone through a number of facelifts since then, but nothing like what we went through recently.

In 2019, Amber Riggs, dean of administration at Artios College, suggested that Artios Magazine merge with BA Online. So if you go to, you’ll see its articles in the Lead Up section.

As with the BA print magazine, you’ll find the current issue’s articles, plus Online Extras — articles we don’t feature in the print version. There’s also an extensive archive of past issues you can browse and search. In recent days, a section for a reader favorite, “Questions & Answers,” has been added. Now you can read through an archive of probing questions and find Bible-based answers to them. We’ve also added a poetry section on the site so you can enjoy the work of poets from past issues.

There are other things BA Online offers. Want to read about the latest faith-based films or other media? Our Media4U section includes information on films like Breakthrough, the latest releases of Bibles, and other Christian books hitting the shelves. Media4U also announces upcoming exhibits at Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C. and other Christian-based events.

As with anything on the Internet, BA Online is constantly changing to keep up with the online world. We’re glad that our changeless God knows how to communicate His truth no matter the medium. Stop by and visit the site sometime!
— Sherri Langton
Associate Editor