As in any work of man, these are not the Bible so there is a limit to their use... but things like dictionaries and encyclopedias enhance our study of the Bible. To that end, enjoy these links. (Note: these all open in a new window and take you off my website)
Bible Dictionaries & Encyclopedias...
- Bible Study Tools... (searchable Bible in various versions including greek and hebrew links)
- Blue Letter Bible... (searchable Bible in various translations plus if you click “C” next to a verse you can also view an English or Strong's concordance search result for that verse)
- Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
- Baker's Evangelical Dictionary
- Smith's Bible Dictionary
- International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
- Schaff-Herzog Enclyopedia of Religious Knowledge
- The Jewish Encyclopedia
- The Catholic Encyclopedia
- The Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah
- Adam Clarke's commentary
- Barnes Notes
- Jamieson, Fausset and Brown
- John Gill's Exposition of the Whole Bible
- John Wesley's Explanatory Notes on the Whole Bible
- College Press commentaries (An excellent set of general modern commentaries)
- Keil and Delitzch Biblical commentary of the Old Testament
- The Fourfold Gospel
- Matthew Henry's commentary on the whole Bible
- Treasury of David A 7 volume commentary on the Psalms (Spurgeon)
- The Peoples New Testament Vol. 1 BW Johnson Vol. I. The Four Gospels and Acts of Apostles. St. Louis, MO: Christian Board of Publications, 1891.
- The Peoples New Testament Vol. 2 Vol. II. The Epistles and Revelation. St. Louis, MO: Christian Board of Publications, 1891.
- The Peoples New Testament Vol. 3 John BW Johnson St. Louis, MO: Christian Board of Publications, 1886.
- The Complete works of JW Mc Garvey
Class notes on Teaching Bible classes...
- Aud McKee's Old Testament class notes
- Class Notes on Sacred History, Vol. I: The Pentateuch, Joshua, Judges, Ruth and Job. 3rd ed. Lexington, KY: John Marcrom, 1893.
- Class Notes on Sacred History, Vol. II: 1 Samuel to Nehemiah. 3rd ed. Lexington, KY: John Marcrom, 1894.
- Class Notes on Sacred History, Vol. III: The Four Gospels. Revised ed. Bowling Green, KY: John Marcrom, 1893.
- Class Notes on Sacred History, Vol. IV: Acts of the Apostles. Cincinnati, OH: Standard Publishing, 1894.
- The Restoration movement... A site dealing with the restoration during the 1800's in this country.
- The complete works of Flavius Josephus Note: Josephus was a Historian and a Jewish traitor that lived in 70 AD during the destruction of Jerusalem. He basically switched sides deserting to the Romans. He then from the Roman side of the line, wrote a series of historical works on various subjects.
Some good general study websites...
- Creeds, Confessions and Catechisms (the churches of Christ recognize none of these, they're provided here to allow for study)
- Retain the Standard... A website with general topical articles.
- The Interactive Bible... A huge website with a vast number of study topics.
- Bible Studies info... Ferrell Jenkins’ website; a huge collection of study tools, historical info, etc.
Need help finding a congregation when you travel?
Here are some church directories... Note we do not necessarily agree with all that these congregations teach. This is a referral tool only... not an endorsement.
- Find the church
- Seeking a church A large list of non-institutional conservative congregations.
- Goodfight.com Steve Rudd's directory; stated as only for non-institutional churches.
- Accapella Radio... Accapella singing in a 24hr streaming internet radio