The Bible and the Semantic Web

For many years I've been thinking about the application of Semantic Web technology to studying (and presenting the results of the study of) the Bible. However, I never really thought about the application of Bible study (and the tools and techniques developed for it) to the Semantic Web. Then I came across this great blog entry, discussing the latter.

On the former, there is a wonderful site SemanticBible that I hope I can contribute to in some way.

I also really need to get back to my morphological analysis. I haven't thought about it for a while, but I need to come up with URIs for each lemmata and word form. I could even grandfather in Strong's numbers and G/K numbers.