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The following links are excellent for sources for Bible Study and Resources.

Bible.orgThis is my favorite Bible Website. There are thousands of articles from some of the best Bible scholars in the country. I turn to it regularly.

http://net.bible.org. is part of www.bible.org. This is an excellent web study tool. Don't trust my word for it. Check it out.

e-Sword HomeReceive excellent Bible Software with a multitude of translations, commentaries, maps, dictionaries. Most of the downloads are free (suggest a donation) it is still one of my favorite Bible software tools.

DTS
  • Portions of over 35 courses are available with 100s of hours of video
  • Over 600 chapel messages in MP3 and MP4 formats
  • Audio devotional for all 366 days of the year (yes, even Leap Day)

Christian ClassicsThe mission of the CCEL is to build up the church by making classic Christian writings available and promoting their use. I love this site. Almost all the great Christian Classics are available for free.

CarmThe Christian Apologetics & Research Ministry - CARM is a Christian ministry dedicated to the glory of the Lord Jesus Christ and the promotion and defense of the Christian Gospel, Doctrine, and Theology.  CARM analyzes religions such as Islam, Jehovah's Witnesses, Mormonism, Roman Catholicism, Universalism, Wicca, etc., and compares them to the Bible.

http://www.soniclight.com/constable/notes.htmll Dr. Thomas Constable's Expository Bible Study notes of the entire Bible. I and my daughter Hope had the honor of having Dr. Constable as a professor at Dallas Theological Seminary. His study and insights into God's Word have been a blessing to both of us. My students have benefited from what I learned from this faithful servant if God's Word. Dr. Constable's commentaries are also included at http://net.bible.org.

www.Biblegateway.com Our "Lookup a word or Passage in the Bible" is a service offered by BibleGateway. It's free and available for your website. This is a great site for many Bible resources.

www.JewishEncyclopedia.com This website contains the complete contents of the 12-volume Jewish Encyclopedia, which was originally published between 1901-1906. The Jewish Encyclopedia, which recently became part of the public domain, contains over 15,000 articles and illustrations.

Christianity Today. This link is to Christianity Today's Bible Studies. You'll find various practical topics on Christian Living.

Voice of the Martyrs - "Serving the persecuted church through practical and spiritual assistance while leading Christians in the free world into fellowship with them."

Operation World - A fabulous ministry giving information about the spiritual and physical conditions of the many nations for the purpose  of prayer and support.

http://www.preceptaustin.org/ - If you're familiar with Precept Ministries you'll know that this site is about inductive Bible Studies. It is loaded with great Bible Commentaries, Dictionaries, information on the inductive Bible Study Method, Greek Word Studies, Biographies, Maps, and hundreds of links. You can spend hours exploring what is available here. This is quickly becoming one of my favorite sites. Thousands of hours have been put into making this a great resource.

http://www.sacred-texts.com/index.htmll - Internet Sacred Text Archive is the most comprehensive site of the major world religions.

Tyndale TechThis is a wonderful resource for additional Bible Study tools.

http://www.kenboa.org/ - Ken Boa is one of today's leaders in apologetics. This site is loaded with some wonderful free articles. His Handbook on Prayer is a gold mine.

http://www.coregroups.org/ - Core Groups provides excellent material for starting, maintaining, and directing a home group ministry.