This was kind of funny.
People normally use Bit Torrent as a popular sharing tool to get music, films and games when they don’t want to pay for them.
Its a dark alleyway for people to trade stuff online that’s normally illegal.
The third link down has the bible offered from The Pirate Bay.
Getting content like this is often risky, not just because of high proportion of content that flouts copyright law, but sometimes commercial software applications with the license code system defeated can have viruses and malware in them.
So when we saw this, as the scriptures are deemed contraband in certain closed off nations, we thought with the growing number of Christians in Iran, people are determined to get Farsi (also known as Persian) bibles from the darker depths of the internet?
Soon with the release of the xBible project, getting the word into these nations will easier including for those without their own internet connection.