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Bible Study Tools

Bible study resources, tools, articles and more.


Just as God has provided teachers and preachers for His Church, He has provided tools for His church through many of those teachers and preachers. As with any tool, some are better than others. We try to point out the better ones that our experience has led us to. A serious student of the Bible will want to have a good concordance to help find Greek and Hebrew word meanings, to find the various places in the Bible where a particular word is used and to see if a particular word has multiple meanings. Bible commentaries can be helpful to aid in understanding some of the deeper spiritual truths in scripture. However, many commentaries are problematic, in that they reflect the biases of the author and don’t necessarily reflect the true meaning of every Bible passage that they attempt to explain. Other tools you may wish to investigate include Bible dictionaries, “study bibles” and books on systematic theology. Again, you can end up with tools that are leading you down the wrong path on a particular doctrine. We try to direct you to just a few of the more trustworthy Bible study tools and not overwhelm you with too many choices or choices that may not be very reliable.


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“Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.” [2 Timothy 2:15]


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