Courtesy of Pastor Gary Small of Linden, WA, we offer links to the following on-line study resources. Use what you can. Be aware that some of the resources include liberal and conservative materials.
- The Tyndale House Bible Toolbar (an interesting browser add-on) with an explanatory video here.
- The Crosswire.org study tools. Note especially this “parallels” page – you can lay different Bible versions and/or commentaries side by side.
- Another parallel display site, the Online Parallel Bible.
- For those who have a bit of Hebrew, the Gesenius lexicon online.
- The Bible Student’s Guide by W. Wilson, a book studying the words of the Old Testament indexed by the English of the KJV.
- Online lexicon of Greek at the Two Letter Lookup site.
- Theological Commons, an effort of Princeton Theological Seminary. Use with discernment, but there are reportedly over 50,000 volumes archived here.
- And finally, a site with databases, books, and references all relating to Prayer Meetings – an incredible resource.
Some of the resources here are more of interest to the serious Bible student, but any believer could learn to use them with profit for personal growth or for teaching Sunday Schools and the like. Don’t be daunted by the appearance of ‘strange alphabets’, there are enough English helps here that you can find your way around and gain insight into the Word of God.
Links are provided for your reference and imply no endorsement of any content on other sites.