This category is for reference materials useful in the study of the Bible. It will include commentaries, language tools, textual studies, history and geography of the era, archaeological studies, and hermeneutics among other things.
Searchable Bible versions; links to mailing-lists and other important resources.
A weblog devoted to academic studies of Hebrew Bible. By John Hobbins.
A moderated academic discussion list that focuses on topics and issues of interest in Ancient Near Eastern Studies, from the Indus to the Nile, and from the beginnings of human habitation to the rise of Islam.
A small, pop-up MiniBible enables webmasters to link Bible verses on their sites.
A Bible dictionary and word lookup tool. The site works in conjunction with the Online Parallel Bible and BibleTab Concordance.
Brief definitions of terms from the Bible and Biblical Studies.
Comprehensive and detailed information on the history of the Bible; including the canon, Greek text, ancient and English versions.
Nave's Topical Bible, Strong's Exhaustive Concordance, Torrey's New Topical Textbook, Treasury of Scripture Knowledge.
Tables of which words 'turn up' with which other words in the KJV.
Indexes each word of twelve Bible translations. Each entry lists the reference, verse, and versions in which that word appears.
A Blog about Hebrew Bible, biblical interpretation, and related topics.
A search engine that is geared to Internet resources that deal with Ancient Near Eastern and Classical Archaeology.
A free Unicode-based font family that would contain a comprehensive inventory of glyphs needed for transliteration of Ancient Near Eastern languages.
A resource for the academic study of the Bible and theology by Tyler F. Williams, professor of Old Testament at Taylor University College.
Information about Collins Thesaurus of the Bible, author Dr A Colin Day, and software downloads of the full and concise display packages.
Many resources for those who are interested in studying the biblical world, the theology and the religions. By Daniel Dyke, from Cincinnati, Ohio.
A mailing list that will serve to inform the public of developments at ETANA and of additions to Abzu, ETANA's guide to the ancient Near East on-line.
Resources for academic study and pastoral use of the Bible, the Lectionary for Mass, and Christian theology from a Roman Catholic perspective.
A forum for the scholarly discussion of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Qumran archaeology. It is intended to fill the void left by the changes in the Orion e-list.
A variety of on-line biblical bibliographies by Victor Matthews.
To aid readers of the King James Bible with words that may be difficult for modern readers.
GreekTranscoder allows the conversion of documents using older fonts and encodings into Unicode fonts, and vice versa.
Complete online text of the 1915 edition edited by James Orr.
Annotated links (at College of St. Benedict, St. John's University).
Biblical studies in both the Old and New Testaments based on the original languages. Biblical language tools and helps.
The available issues of the JNES Electronic Edition begin with Volume 62, number 1, January 2003. Articles are available as PDF page image files. Tables of contents only of past issues of JNES can be found at the site. Published by the University of Chicago.
By Professor K. C. Hanson, a fine page with many academic resources for the biblical studies, mainly in the New Testament area.
Google Books e-text. A guide to literature published in Great Britain, the United States, and Canada. 1895 by John Hurst. Encompasses exegetical, historical, and systematic theology topics.
Blog about Biblical Studies.
Several English Bibles configurable in parallel manner.
A weblog that aims to chronicle and comment on current developments in the academic field of ancient Judaism and its historical and literary context.
Thousands of reviews of scholarly books on various aspects of Bible study. Founded by the Society of Biblical Literature.
Originally written in 1884 as a four volume set. This web version is linked to Torrey's New Topical Textbook, Nave's Topical Bible, the King James Dictionary, the King James Dictionary, and Easton's Bible Dictionary.
Includes news and commentary related to archaeological and historical studies.
A weblog about user-created BibleWorks files.
An aggregate of blogs geared toward Biblical Studies.
A weblog featuring discussions of the Nag Hammadi collection, and other Christian apocrypha.
The Jerusalem Archaeological Park, Israel's important antiquity site.
Resources for Old Testament studies, by Ralph W. Klein.
Offers cross reference Bible; also commentary, introduction and outline of all Biblical books with a dictionary and a study calendar.
An annotated guide to a wide variety of electronic resources to the study of the Bible.
A moderated, academic e-List dedicated to the scholarly study and discussion of the historical Jesus and the early history of Christianity.
Photo archive containing thousands of pictures covering a wide range of Bible related subjects.
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