Readers can look up New International Version Bible verses on websites such as BibleGateway.com, BibleStudyTools.com and Biblica.com. Biblica, formerly known as the New York Bible Society, published the first NIV Bible in 1973 with the goal of modernizing the language of the original Bible, making passages easier to read and understand.
The NIV Bible is the world's most widely read bible translation, according to Biblica.com. Visitors to the Biblica site can look up specific bible verses and get information on the accuracy and history of the NIV. The site also provides information on the translators of the NIV Bible.
At BibleStudyTools.com, users can browse NIV Bible verses by clicking on selective chapters or by using the site's free search feature at the top of the home page. The site also gives visitors the option to create a free account and receive newsletters and emails to aid them in their study of the Bible.
At BibleGateway.com, readers can search for a specific keyword, passage or topic in the NIV version and several other official translations and versions of the Bible. The site also offers a digital study library, tutorials for new readers of the Bible, and the option of having a Verse of the Day sent to subscribers' emails daily.