Chris Juby

Every chapter of the Bible in 140 characters or less.

I summarised the Bible on Twitter between Aug 2010 and Nov 2013 - one tweet per chapter, one chapter per day.

The @biblesummary account peaked at over 30,000 followers, and was featured in the news all over the world.

Find out about the project here, or feel free to get in contact.

Final Stats

The @biblesummary Twitter account passed 30,000 followers today. I'm quite surprised about that because I posted the final summary to 29,085 followers and I've been very clear that there will be no more tweets.

To mark the occasion, here are a few final stats for the project...

The whole summary came in at 164,176 characters (including spaces and punctuation) and 29,078 words. Thatís seven words less than the number of followers over the course of the project.

I averaged 138.1 characters per tweet out of a maximum 140. I'm pretty pleased with that figure, particularly considering that I posted a couple of extremely short summaries. (e.g. "Ps117: Praise the LORD! For great is his love towards us.")

I had a total of 18,957 retweets over the course of the project (and counting!)

The most retweeted chapter was the first (Genesis 1, 130 retweets) and the second most retweeted was the last (Revelation 22, 92 retweets).

The least retweeted chapter was a tie between Job 18 and Ezekiel 39 (3 retweets each).

People found the Bible Summary website via 71,031 different search terms.

There were 636,555 visitors to the Bible Summary website over the course of the project. That includes people from almost every country in the world.

It amazes me that every digit of these dizzying numbers represents someone engaging with the project. Thank you once again for your interest!

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