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Bible books -- MC guidelines
2. Name/number of book: Bible ([version abbreviation]) ##: [name of book]BR Bible (WEB) 01: GenesisBR Bible (ASV) NT 01: MatthewBR Bible (KJV) Apocrypha/Deuterocanon: Prayer of Manasseh
Including the version abbreviation ensures that you'll be able to find the project you're working on in the big database table. For example, if there are two Genesis projects from different Bible versions, they wouldn't automatically get a Genesis-1 or Genesis-Version 2 designation because they have different authors, so you wouldn't be able to tell them apart in the database table without the version acronym. For the Apocrypha, or Deuterocanonical books, the term used (Apocrypha vs Deuterocanon) varies with Bible version and religious tradition. Include both terms so the book will turn up on a search either way.
Numbering: The numbers ensure that the books sort properly. See below for a list of Bible books. Begin numbering over again with 01 for the New Testament and include the acronym "NT" in the title. The books of the Apocrypha/Deuterocanon can be ordered in different ways, so leave the numbers off those and let them sort alphabetically. Exception: if your project uses a translation that groups the Deuterocanon in with the Old Testament (i.e. Orthodox, Catholic), go ahead and number the book so it'll sort with the other Old Testament books (but also include "Deuterocanon" in the title so listeners searching for that can find it).
1. Author: Bible version, spelled out World English Bible
2. Title: Name of book (optional: version acronym in parentheses) Genesis or Genesis (WEB)
3. Author URL: leave blank or link to Wikipedia entry for Bible version
4. Other URL: This is the place to include a link to any other author that seems relevant, especially for the gospels and epistles (i.e. Matthew for Gospel of Matthew, Paul for Romans, etc.).
III. Handy numbered list of Bible books
01: GenesisBR 02: ExodusBR 03: LeviticusBR 04: NumbersBR 05: DeuteronomyBR 06: JoshuaBR 07: JudgesBR 08: RuthBR 09: 1 SamuelBR 10: 2 SamuelBR 11: 1 KingsBR 12: 2 KingsBR 13: 1 ChroniclesBR 14: 2 ChroniclesBR 15: EzraBR 16: NehemiahBR 17: EstherBR 18: JobBR 19: PsalmsBR 20: ProverbsBR 21: EcclesiastesBR 22: Song of SongsBR 23: IsaiahBR 24: JeremiahBR 25: LamentationsBR 26: EzekielBR 27: DanielBR 28: HoseaBR 29: JoelBR 30: AmosBR 31: ObadiahBR 32: JonahBR 33: MicahBR 34: NahumBR 35: HabakkukBR 36: ZephaniahBR 37: HaggaiBR 38: ZechariahBR 39: MalachiBR
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NT 01: MatthewBR NT 02: MarkBR NT 03: LukeBR NT 04: JohnBR NT 05: ActsBR NT 06: RomansBR NT 07: 1 CorinthiansBR NT 08: 2 CorinthiansBR NT 09: GalatiansBR NT 10: EphesiansBR NT 11: PhillippiansBR NT 12: ColossiansBR NT 13: 1 ThessaloniansBR NT 14: 2 ThessaloniansBR NT 15: 1 TimothyBR NT 16: 2 TimothyBR NT 17: TitusBR NT 18: PhilemonBR NT 19: HebrewsBR NT 20: JamesBR NT 21: 1 PeterBR NT 22: 2 PeterBR NT 23: 1 JohnBR NT 24: 2 JohnBR NT 25: 3 JohnBR NT 26: JudeBR NT 27: Revelation