The internet offers a stunning array of tools to explore the Bible.
We have easy access to a wide variety of Bible translations, including Greek and Hebrew. Cross referencing is a mere click away. Numerous websites host Bible dictionaries and commentaries informing every word and phrase and thought. Bible Atlases and photos draw me into the biblical passages for hours at a time.
In my exuberance to study and to figure out the meaning of a passage, however, I have stumbled on some less-than-truthful websites. After struggling through far too many pages of misleading and erroneous information, I began creating a list of trusted sites and the resources they offer. I bookmarked them on my browser bar and now have easy access to many Bible study options.
How about you? Are you tired of the confusion? Here is a solution: I assembled my favorite websites into a pdf download for you! The links connect you with all the resources you need to make studying the Bible easier and more accessible. It’s the ultimate guide to exploring the Bible.
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Posted by Sharon R Hoover
The ultimate guide should be the Bible. Your trusted sites, probably, shall be made from your point of view and your point of religious interpretation and from your denominational feeling.
We always best trust the Word of God itself = i.e. the Bible.
Sharon R Hoover says
Indeed! The Bible is indeed best understood by cross-referencing within the Bible itself, defining the original languages, discovering the geography, and more. The links in this guide direct you to resources that increase the ease of research. The links to commentaries in the Guide reflect a wide range of theological thought. Their authors give valuable insights from different time periods and backgrounds. Thanks for stopping in and taking time to chat!