Published: 13 November 2015
Last updated: 19 February 2016
There are some great, simple ways of maximizing your results when delving into your study of the Bible, whether you are a seasoned believer, new to the faith, or just exploring Christianity from an outsider perspective. Below we have compiled a set of simple resources and tips you can apply to get the most out of your Bible study time.
This page will be updated continually, so be sure to check back to see newly listed resources.
— Excellent, biblically sound answers to common, and not so common, questions about theology and the Bible. Over 440,000 Bible questions answered.
- Bible Gateway
— Online Bible reading in multiple languages and translations.
- parallelbible / biblehub
— Online Bible reading in multiple languages and translations, verse by verse with multiple parallel translations. Has many Bible study tools, including Hebrew and Greek study tools and concordances, Bible commentaries, and devotionals.
- Blue Letter Bible
— Greek / Hebrew interlinear Bible with lexicons, interlinear concordance and pronunciation, advanced tools, Bible commentaries, and devotionals.
— Greek / Hebrew interlinear Bible Scriptures in pdf form.
- Christian Classics Ethereal Library (CCEL)
— Free, searchable digital library of Christian classical writings, texts, confessions of faith; from Athanasius, and Augustine to Calvin, Spurgeon, and the Puritans. You will also find apocryphal, and extra-biblical texts, as well as writings of less-than-orthodox theology. An excellent reference library for the discerning mind.
- Tim Challies
— Tim Challies' personal blog. Short posts, book reviews, etc.