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Exciting Changes to Crossway.org

We’re pleased to announce some exciting changes to our Crossway website. This morning we launched a new home page to our website, along with new home pages for books, Bibles, ebooks, and tracts. All feature improved navigation and browsing.

We’re also introducing a brand new ebooks section of the website, where you can browse ebook titles, audiobooks, and ESVBible.org modules, as well as learn about digital sales and special offers.

Most significantly, Crossway.org now features responsive design, which means the entire site will automatically configure itself to optimally fit your browser window, regardless of size. Whether you’re viewing it on a large desktop computer, a smaller laptop, or a mobile device like a tablet or smartphone, Crossway.org is now easier to read and navigate.

We’re continually working on Crossway.org, and have some exciting improvements planned for the future. In the mean time be sure to check out these most recent changes!


January 15, 2013 | Posted in: AAA - BLOG UPDATE,Digital News,News | Author: Andrew Tebbe @ 5:02 pm | (2) Comments »


  1. Will Crossway ever put out a single-column Bible with 11-13 point font? Crossway seems obsessed with manufacturing Bibles just below my threshold of type font. The new single column Bible that is yet to come out had my hopes up until I read it had only 9 point font. What is the matter with you people? I can find the Bible I need from any other publisher, but not Crossway. Please get a clue. You can send an envoy to Nelson or Zondervan to find out how they do it. I find this phenomenon despicable.

    Comment by BadaBing — February 5, 2013 @ 9:02 pm

  2. BadaBing, thanks for your suggestions. I’m sorry our lack of a true large-print Single Column Bible has been so frustrating for you – it seems this is obviously something you care very much about.

    We actually do carry a Larger Print ESV Study Bible that features single-column Bible text in 10.5-point type. Not quite what you’re asking for in text size, but close. And of course I realize you’re likely looking for a text-only edition.

    Crossway is not categorically opposed to producing a large print single column Bible, but such an edition does present unique production challenges. I’ve passed on your comments to Bible production – this seems to me to be an edition we would possibly consider for the future.

    Thanks for your patience as we continue to grow and expand our line of Bibles. The ESV is quite young in comparison to other translations, including those offered by Nelson and Zondervan, and conceptualizing, designing, and printing new typesettings takes time and careful planning. Thanks again BadaBing!

    Comment by Andrew Tebbe — February 8, 2013 @ 8:33 am

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