Websites for Bible Study

I’ve been spending the morning getting myself ready for the long marathon run of the coming Church year – and especially spending some time working on my chief task as a preacher, bible research and study.

I came across this site that has a great list of online resources:

Websites for Bible Study

There are a number of other sites out there for Lectionary text preparation (like TextWeek), but I’m curious if any of you have come across any other great study sites?

Author: Nicholas Knisely

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4 thoughts on “Websites for Bible Study”

  1. You have hit most of the major ones that I know of. One that seems to be missing, perhaps tangential for sermon prep but great for the History of Early Christianity is http://www.earlychristianwritings.com/
    In the early days of the internet, the ecole initiative was also important, but it is no longer maintained. Still, there may be some useful materials there: http://www2.evansville.edu/ecoleweb/
    Check out religion online as well. In addition to lots of other stuff, it provides access to a lot of, if not all, Christian Century: http://www.religion-online.org/
    If you can get access through a theological library or a seminary, the ATLA religion database is indispensable. Text this week links to articles in it. My former seminary provided access to alumni at least for a time.

  2. Thanks Ann and Jonathan…
    I do have a subscription to ATLA. It’s one of my most used resources – I can’t imagine doing sermon prep without having access to that database. It’s only $100/year for a clergy person – and it carries all the major journals. That’s well within my yearly periodical budget.

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