Internet Resources for Biblical Studies

Internet Resources for Biblical Studies

The Web is filled with resources for biblical and related studies, but finding good ones can be a chore. We've culled the internet for the very best and listed them here.


Metalink Sites (those with extensive links to other web resources) [Biblical Studies Resources] (Danny Zacharias)

Internet Resources for the Study of Judaism and Christianity (Jay C. Treat)

iTanakh (Chris Heard)

NT Gateway (Mark Goodacre)

Okeanos [Ancient Near Eastern Studies] (Scott B. Noegel)

Resource Pages for Biblical Studies (Torrey Seland)

SBL Web Sites of Interest

Wabash Center Internet Guide to Religion


Biblical Studies and Related Sites

Associates for Biblical Research [Bible and Spade]


Biblical Archaeological Review

Center for New Testament Textual Studies

Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts

Dead Sea Scrolls Institute

Duke Papyrus Collection

Institute for New Testament Textual Research

Learn Greek and Hebrew (Bill Mounce & Miles Van Pelt)

Perseus Digital Library (Gregory R. Crane)

IIIM Third Millennium Ministries [Free seminary-level classes in multiple languages]

Tyndale House

University of Michigan Papyrus Collection


Scholarly Societies

Society of Biblical Literature

The American Academy of Religion

The American Schools of Oriental Research

The Catholic Biblical Studies Association of America

The Evangelical Theological Society


Related Blogs

Bible Software Review (Rubén Goméz)

CATUG [Christian Apple Technology Users Group]

New Testament Resources (Rod Decker)

The Macintosh Biblioblog (Joe Weaks)

This Lamp (Rick Mansfield)



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