Online Bible Study Tools
Do you want to learn to study the Bible, but have no resources to use, and don’t know where to start? The following list of Online Bible Study Tools will hopefully help. Read the bible in many translations without having to buy them. Start a daily reading plan, look up words in a bible dictionary, look up the meaning of a word in the original language to see if it means what you think it does. This page is designed to help you get more from your study of scripture. If you have suggestions to add to the page, let me know in comments.
Bible Gateway allows you to look up bible verses and chapters in many different languages. Compare different versions. Listen to the bible in audio format. Take notes and save them to your account. It also contains commentaries and reading plans. You can also access commentaries, dictionaries and more with the “study this” section of each passage. biblegateway.com. Mobile App available for Android and iOS.
Bible Web App
Read various versions of the bible in parallel. Click on individual words to find the word in the original meaning, including the parsing, it’s frequency and it’s various meanings. Find all uses of a word in the original language through scripture. Fairly simple interface, but better if you’ve can muddle your way through the Greek alphabet, since it doesn’t transliterate (transfer them to the alphabet we use) the words in the original language. biblewebapp.com.
Blue Letter Bible
Among this tool’s best feature is a thorough introduction to each book. Good in place of or to compliment a study Bible’s introduction to a book. Bible dictionaries, history, and more. biblestudytools.com Book introductions at biblestudytools.com/books-of-the-bible/