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Best Commentaries This site works toward enabling Bible students at all levels to make good, informed decisions about which commentaries they should purchase and use by providing a constantly updated bibliography of commentaries on each book of the Bible and collecting reviews, ratings, and prices of commentaries from a variety of sources.
Blue Letter Bible The mission is to facilitate in-depth study of God's Word through an on-line interactive reference library continuously updated from the teachings and commentaries of selected pastors and teachers who hold to the conservative, historical Christian faith.
Bible Gateway A free service for reading and researching Scripture online--all in the language or translation of your choice! It provides advanced tools you can use to search the Bible by keywords or verse, as well as other tools to enhance your study of the Bible.
Biblical Words Pronunciation Guide A nice dictionary style resource that provides both the written phonetics and audio files on how to pronounce many Biblical words.
Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts A digital collection of photographs of extant Greek New Testament manuscripts so that such images can be preserved, duplicated without deterioration, and accessed by scholars doing textual research.
Dr. Constable's Study Notes These Bible study notes, written by Dr. Thomas L. Constable, seminary professor at Dallas Theological Seminary, over a 25-year period, spans over 7,000 pages and presents commentary on all 66 books of the Bible.
E-Sword A fast and effective way to study the Bible. E-Sword is feature rich and user friendly with more capabilities than you would expect in a free software package. The fact that e-Sword is free is just one of the blessings and does not speak of the quality of the software.
Greek Fonts to Unicode- make your Greek fonts readable to almost anyone
Hebrew Bible MP3 audio files of the Hebrew Bible, Chapter by chapter!
Navigating the Bible Journey into the world of the Jewish Bible. Study the portions. Hear the melodies. Follow the themes and learn what the scholars say. Explore it as history, literature, and religion.
Project Genesis Project Genesis-your Torah Cyberspace Center!
Resources for New Testament Exegesis This site has been prepared especially for students at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary but will be of use to many others seeking to carry out rigorous exegesis of the New Testament and especially those writing exegesis papers in seminary or college.
Resource Pages for Biblical Studies These pages are intended as a resource for serious, scholarly studies of the early Christian writings and their social world.