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Bible Gateway is a Searchable Online Bible
The Bible Gateway is a tool for reading and researching scripture online in the language or translation of your choice. Bible Gateway provides but it not limited to the following:
Blue Letter Bible is an extremely helpful site including but not limited to:
Bible.org is the largest Bible study site on the web.
Bible.org exists to freely share the good news from God to the entire world so you can KNOW the Truth about life and eternity. We provide free access on the Internet to the finest, most trustworthy biblical truths and materials.
Anyone with Internet access can the download of the NET Bible (for free) right now or you can read it on line.
Biblos is a fantastic resource when studying the Bible.
Biblos offers Bible study tools including but not limited to the following:
Online Parallel Bible: http://bible.cc/
Multi-Source Bible Dictionary: http://eastonsbibledictionary.com/
Bible Encyclopedia: http://bibleencyclopedia.com/
Barnes’ Notes on the Bible: http://barnes.biblecommenter.com
Calvin’s Commentaries: http://calvin.biblecommenter.com
Clarke’s Commentary on the Bible: http://clarke.biblecommenter.com
Darby’s Bible Synopsis: http://darby.biblecommenter.com
Geneva Study Bible: http://gsb.biblecommenter.com
Gill’s Exposition of the Entire Bible: http://gill.biblecommenter.com
Guzik Bible Commentary: http://guzik.biblecommenter.com/
Homilies of Chrysostom:http://chrysostom.biblecommenter.com
People’s New Testament: http://pnt.biblecommenter.com
Keil and Delitzsch OT Commentary: http://kad.biblecommenter.com
KJV Translators’ Notes: http://kjt.biblecommenter.com
Matthew Henry’s Concise Commentary: http://mhc.biblecommenter.com
Matthew Henry’s Whole Bible Comm: http://mhcw.biblecommenter.com
Scofield Reference Notes: http://sco.biblecommenter.com
Teed Bible Commentary: http://teed.biblecommenter.com/
The Treasury of David (Psalms): http://tod.biblecommenter.com
Treasury of Scripture Knowledge: http://tsk.scripturetext.com
Vincent’s Word Studies (NT): http://vws.biblecommenter.com
Wesley’s Notes on the Bible: http://wes.biblecommenter.com
Original Language Tools
Greek Concordance: http://concordances.org
Reference Bible: http://refbible.com/
Free Bible Images for Non-Commercial Use: http://www.visualbiblealive.com
Interwoven Gospels: http://interwovengospels.com/
Parallel Gospels: http://parallelgospels.org/
Life of Jesus: http://christianbookshelf.org/jesus.htm
Life of Christ includes:
Story Lists: http://topicalbible.org/stories.htm
Online Christian Library: http://ChristianBookshelf.org
Access over a thousand manuscripts, commentaries, historical textbooks, sermon collections, devotionals, and much more. Search for any combination of keywords, text, author, or title. We have also included a Bible search for quick comparisons.
The Library is coordinated with all Biblos resources. We have included a wide range of sources, from the Early Church Fathers through modern texts and denominations. We hope this resource will be a useful supplement to your study and understanding of God’s Word.
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The purpose of this web site is to give the student of the Bible an understanding of some very important teachings of the Bible the way they were meant to be understood by their very Jewish authors. The Bible is a Hebrew document, and one has to interpret it with the definitions and an understanding of the customs of the people who wrote it. We cannot use our own modern definitions or the definitions of Bible scholars from the 3rd, 4th, and 5th century who were educated in Greek philosophy and tried to interpret the Scriptures within that framework. Unfortunately, the interpretations given by these Bible scholars of the first few centuries are the interpretations generally accepted today throughout Christendom. We however, must discipline ourselves to discard these incorrect definitions and use the same definitions of words which the writers of the Bible used if we are to understand correctly what the author was trying to tell us. Understanding some key Jewish customs will also enlighten us to many Scriptures that have also been interpreted without reference to Jewish cultural practices.
The New Testament for English readers containing the authorized version with marginal corrections of readings and renderings, marginal references and a critical and explanatory commentary.
Yashanet promotes Torah learning over the internets. It is a wonderful source of Hebrew Bible information and Jewish studies.