A lot of you have been sending me questions that I’m going to get to, but for now, I thought I would share with you some of the Bible study resources that I use on a daily basis. Some of you probably already have or use most of these, but if you don’t, you should make an effort to start. Some of these resources are free and some you have to pay for, but they are all must haves.
7. Google – If you are unfamiliar with a subject or just want to get a general idea of what’s out there, Google is a great place to start. This is also a great resource for pictures, maps, and more under the “images” link.
6. YouTube – You can find a lot of people making YouTube videos these days on just about every subject imaginable. There are also some very good Bible studies and interviews on there as well. In fact, here are three from my personal YouTube channel. Subscribe to it if you haven’t already.
5. Biblos.com – This site is really a fully library of resources by itself. It offers maps, timelines, interlinear Bibles, and more. Here are some of the sections that I use the most on this site.
4. Etz Hayim – This is an Interlinear Hebrew Torah that contains both the Hebrew and English side by side. This particular version is widely used and referenced. Its a little pricey, but worth it.
3. Dictionary.com – Not only can you look up English definitions, you can also see the date the word came into English usage, and you can find the language of origin.
2. Wikipedia.com – If you think Wikipedia is easy to change, feel free to try it for yourself. Its pretty difficult. There are some really good articles and a lot of references that can be checked and verified. All resources that are man made have their faults, but for the most part its reliable. Here are a few articles worthy of mention.
1. The Bible – The absolute best resource for studying the Bible is the Bible. I believe in reading multiple versions. The KJV only group is in denial and there is nothing in the Bible that says the KJV is the only version sanctioned by God. If it was, there would have been no reason to use the Tanakh, Septuagint, and Vulgata Sacre in its translation. Just a little food for thought. Here are a few suggestions that you may want to consider adding to your library.
Which Bible study resources do you use?