Daily Devotional Readings: Choose one of these devotional books that you may read daily to supplement your Bible reading and study. Each devotiona book given below has its own purpose and flavour. Feel free to explore and choose one that is most suited to your needs.
Dictionaries: Bible/Theological dictionaries are some of the most useful resouces. In each dictionary, topics or words are arranged alphabetically. Click on the link to each alphabet to get a list of words under that alphabet.
Maps of Bible Lands: It is useful to locate the towns, regions, rivers, seas and other geographical features that you read about in the Bible. It will help us understand the language of the Bible and appreciate the journeys undertaken by our Patriarchs, Jesus and the apostles.
Strong’s Concordance is a Bible concordance, an index of every word in the King James Version (KJV), constructed under the direction of James Strong. Strong first published his Concordance in 1890, while professor of exegetical theology at Drew Theological Seminary.
The New Testament Gateway: The New Testament Gateway is the directory of academic internet resources on the New Testament, hosted by Logos Bible Software and edited by Mark Goodacre. Browse or search annotated links on everything connected with the academic study of the New Testament and Christian Origins.
The Catholic Encyclopedia
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Christain Classical Ethereal Library
Vast collection of letters from Early Church Father, Church Creeds, commentaries, historical documents, hymns, works of literature, et cetera, from the first century AD to the nineteenth century!
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Bible Study Sofware
Various versions of Bibles, search tools, study resources, and more!
The Bible is a library of sixty-six books written over a period of over a 1000 years by men who were inspired by God. The first section consisting of thirty-nine books were written prior to the birth of Christ and are collectively known as The Hebrew Bible. The Jews regarded these books as their holy scriptures. To this collection of divinely inspired writings were added twenty-seven books written after the birth of Christ, in the first century AD. This latter set of books is known as the New Testament.
Christians regard the Bible, in its original languages of Hebrew and Greek, as the infallible Word of God. God did not dictate the words of the Bible to those who penned it. Instead, the writers were inspired by God’s Spirit to write what they wrote. Therefore, each writer used his own language, grammar and vocabulary to write what God wanted him to write. Read on ...