Traditores In-One-Year

Insert a Bible reading plan into your posts or pages.

Author:Alan Fahrner (profile at
WordPress version required:3.0
WordPress version tested:3.7.36
Plugin version:0.3
Added to WordPress repository:29-12-2013
Last updated:30-12-2013
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If you’ve never read the entire Bible, you should. If you have, you should again. ????

Traditores In-One-Year allows you to insert a table of Bible readings into your posts or pages. Each day has a link to that day’s text at the free Bible service from

Features include being able to automatically scroll to today’s reading, putting today’s reading at the top of the table, and choosing from ten translations.

More Info

Please be sure to consider this plugin in its “beta” stage.

Traditores In-One-Year is the first WordPress plugin produced by Traditores ( and written by Alan Fahrner ( It will always be free, but if you want to show appreciation, please give a listen to Traditores Radio ( and, if you like it, let us know (and tell your friends about Traditores Radio).

Actually, even if you don’t like it, please let us know. In either case:

And, that address is also a good way to let us know if you run into any issues, have any suggestions, or would like us to provide some other Bible reading plans.

If you’ve never read the entire Bible, you should. If you have, you should again. ????

Links – Traditores’ web home – Traditores Radio’s web home – Traditores’ Facebook home – Traditores’ Twitter home – Alan Fahrner’s consulting business

Traditores Radio

Traditores Radio: the good news about Jesus Christ around the clock and around the globe.

Available at (in-page players), at (and within the TuneIn app for every smartphone), at (and in SHOUTcast-powered applications), in Windows Media Guide ( and Windows Media Player (under “Religious”), and in iTunes (under “Internet” then “Religious”).