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Introduced March 8, 2016 (general availability)
TLD type Generic top-level domain (gTLD)
Status Active
Registry .BIBLE TLD Registry
Sponsor American Bible Society
Intended use Entities wishing to establish "a positive association with the Bible"
Structure Registrations at second level would be available
Dispute policies UDRP
Registry Website get.bible

.bible is a delegated new top-level domain (TLD), approved by ICANN as a generic TLD (gTLD).


According to the ICANN application for this TLD, "The goal of the .BIBLE top-level domain is to establish itself as the recognized choice for registrants who want to market and promote themselves and their websites to, and reach, the Internet-using community, for ministry, business, personal or any other purpose, through a positive association with the Bible; and, as the recognized top level domain name for Internet consumers to know which people, businesses, information sources or other online resources associate themselves with the Bible."[1]


The significance of this was described by Doug Birdsall, former president of American Bible Society: "This is the Bible's moment to move from Gutenberg to Google."[2]


  1. ^ "Application Details for Application ID: 1-994-57975". ICANN New gTLD Current Application Status. Retrieved 12 December 2012. 
  2. ^ ".Bible Joins .XXX as New Domain Name for Websites". Christianity Today. Retrieved 21 September 2013. 

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