ESV One Year Bible This is the daily reading in written and audio form of the popular ESV One Year Bible.
The following are popular sites to study the Bible on the Web:
Classic Bible Commentaries. This site includes commentaries from Calvin, Darby, the Geneva Study Bible, Gill, Jamieson, Faussett and Brown, Matthew Henry, and Wesley.
Biblegateway.com. BibleGateway.com is a free service for reading and researching Scripture online--all in several languages and translations. Biblegateway provides advanced tools to search the Bible by keywords or verse, as well as other tools. This site includes the IVP New Testament Commentaries.
Crosswalk. This includes the above commentaries plus Scofield Reference notes, the Fourfold Gospel and the Treasury of David. It includes Ashley Johnson's Condensed Biblical Encyclopedia. The main page is a multi-channel site with blogs, devotional helps and other sites of interest to Christians.
Blueletterbible. This includes some of the above commentaries and a few more like J. B. Lightfoot on Romans and Martin Luther on Galatians. There are maps and images, and the old ISBE.
E-Sword. This site allows you to download Barnes, Clarke, Darby, the Geneva Bible Notes, John Gill, Keil and Delitzsch among others. This also allows you to download the Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge.
Studylight. This site includes Clarke, Abbott and Abbott, James Burton Coffman, Barnes's Notes, David Guzik, John Lightfoot, among others.
Biblos. A very good site with commentaries, interlinears, encyclopediae, Atlases among other things.
Tyndale House Cambridge's Internet Toolbar This is a resource to aid in translation of Biblical languages and research languages together with Bibliographic aids to find current books and articles about topics and passages in the Bible.
A Catholic Encyclopedia This is a Catholic website with an Encyclopedia. It is particularly helpful in the history of interpretation of ideas with many quotations and references to the early church fathers.
Worldwide Study Bible (CCEL) This site includes the "Worldwide Study Bible." The WWSB is a collection organized by chapter and verse of the Bible with links to ancient, medieval and modern commentaries on the given passage. Also, this site includes the ability to search with "AND, OR, NOT" the entire collection of major Christian writings through the Reformation. E.g., type in "Jesus AND Adam AND naked AND tree" and you will pull up many discussions of Jesus and Adam and how redemption recapitulates the fall.
NET Bible This is a free study Bible by many people associated with Dallas Seminary. It is a good translation, but the study notes are very, very, very good. They are up to date and give reasons behind the translators' choices.
Textweek.com This text is like having a personal research assistant on any given passage. It includes links to scholarly articles on the passage as well as artwork and even movie clips to illustrate a given passage's point. This resource is from an Anglican perspective and includes how non-evangelicals think of Bible passages.
1,000 Years of Gospel Interpretation How did people interpret the Gospels for the first 1,000 years of Christianity? Read Thomas's, Catena Aurea ("The Golden Chain"), at this site indexed to each Gospel passage. A similar site is e-Catena a collection by passage of commentaries from the Church Fathers.
Search 10,000 Books in 5 Seconds This feature searches the entire CCEL website of Bible related material. Type in the words and ideas you are looking for using "AND", "OR" or "NOT" and have this site sift through thousands of religious texts where your words occur in close proximity. Here also is a site for more Church Fathers beyond those in the 38 Volume T. & T. Clarke set. Here is a resource to find any out-of-copyright book on the web: The Online Books Page.
Jewish Interpretation and the Bible This site is from a Puritan commentator, John Lightfoot whose Commentary on the New Testament (Matthew-Acts) has special reference to how Rabbinic teaching may relate to the Bible..
Targums. Jewish interpretive translations of the OT.
bibleplaces.com Have you ever wondered what "Shechem" looks like, or what the Jordan River looks like at the Abel-Shittim crossing? Here's the site for you.
biblepicturegallery.com This is a scholarly clip art site. This site has pictures from scholarly dictionaries and lexica on subjects related to the Bible and antiquity. It also has a great artwork collection related to the Bible.
English Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, Dead Sea Scrolls
MACS Electronic Textbooks
Logos 4.0 Platinum Edition (almost $19,000 worth of books if purchased in print version). Logos has discounted this product for our students since we are requiring the program as the textbooks for the entire Master of Arts in Christian Studies (MACS) program. This is a small, scholarly pastor's library on your laptop with easy searches of all these materials.