Google is working on a translation project called the Bible Translation Project.
The Bible Translation project is a joint venture between Google and the Bible translation publishers, which includes the Bible translators in the UK.
Google’s project will be funded by the company’s Project Gutenberg initiative.
The project is the first time Google will be able to use the Bible as part of its translation effort.
The Bible Translation team will be led by a Google employee, and will be comprised of translators from around the world, according to a blog post on the project.
The team is currently working on the translation of the Bible in over 50 languages, according Google.
The translation team is working with Google’s translators to make it the most comprehensive translation of all the Bible translations.
The team has developed software to allow users to translate text into a variety of languages, including Hebrew, Greek, Arabic, Russian, and many more.
It has also developed tools to help Bible translters make changes to the text and adapt it to their own language.
This is Google’s first project using the Bible to translate.
Google is not the first company to use Google’s Bible technology.
Last year, Google acquired an Israeli company called Eusebio, which is currently using its translation technology to translate Hebrew text into English.
The company has said it plans to use its technology to help people who do not speak English or Hebrew to better communicate with one another.