Bible: General

Top of the list

All-in-one: Biblical Resources Search (http://www.ntgateway.com/multibib.htm)
Good sub-section of Mark Goodacre’s NTGateway. Links to the most important sites, especially NT and its world, but also beyond.
Tyndale House Biblical Resources (http://www.tyndale.cam.ac.uk/Tyndale/Home2002.htm)
A wealth of resources from our local colleagues at Tyndale House, Cambridge. Well worth a visit!
The Text This Week (http://www.textweek.com/)
Probably the largest site at the moment: a vast repository of lectionary-related resources. Very good also for general Biblical Studies research on a particular passage (use their scripture index). For updates and current ideas, see their blog as well: http://textweek.blogs.com/textweek/
Resources for New Testament Exegesis (and some OT) (http://home.comcast.net/~rciampa/)
Rio Campa offers a wealth of resources for exegesis. Have a look!

Also very useful

NIV Study Bible: Introductions (www.ibs.org/niv/studybible/index.php)
The International Bible Society’s website hosts the introductions to biblical books from the NIV Study Bible. Useful starting point.
Society of Biblical Literature (http://www.sbl-site.org)
The SBL is the largest professional association of Bibical scholars in the world. Many useful links on their site, under “Sites of Interest”. Feature articles.
Wieland Wilker’s Links (http://www-user.uni-bremen.de/~wie/bibel.html)
similar kind of site. His speciality is textual criticism.
Scripture Links: University of St. Mary at the Lake (http://www.vocations.org/library/linkss.htm)
Good collection of all sorts of links.
Biblical Studies Foundation (http://www.bible.org/)
From the makers of the conservative-evangelical NET Bible version. Good collection of original texts.
Biblical Studies Info Page (http://biblicalstudies.info/)
Good collection of links. Conservative.
Bible Research (http://www.bible-researcher.com/)
Similar to the last site, with a focus on the text and canon of Scripture.
Journal of Biblical Studies: Links (http://journalofbiblicalstudies.org/Resources.htm)
This online journal maintains a good collection of all sorts of links.
Biblical Studies Links: (http://www.biblicalstudies.org.uk)
Similar kind of collection, this time with a British bend. Includes links as well as online texts.
Bible and Interpretation News (http://www.bibleinterp.com/index.htm)
Occasional news and links as well as online texts from this site; has a strong archaeological interest.
Biblical Hermeneutics (biblicalhermeneutics.wordpress.com)
I know it’s shameless to refer to my own site, but there we are… my own contribution to the growing field of Biblical hermeneutics. Links to 250+ online texts, with a special page on sexuality and the Bible, and more…
Biblia Clerus: Reading the Word of God with the Church (www.clerus.org/bibliaclerus/index_eng.html)
This is a rich site, devoted to the reading of the Bible with the Magisterium, that is, the teaching office of the (Roman Catholic) Church. Loads of church commentaries on the scriptures. Well worth exploring.
Digital Image Archive, Pitts Theological Library (http://www.pitts.emory.edu/dia/searchform.cfm)
A great site at site at the Candler School of Theology at Emory University in the USA. Offers images that can be searched by keyword or scripture reference.
Literary Resources on the Net (http://andromeda.rutgers.edu/~jlynch/Lit/)
A site at Rutgers University. Offers links to many sites relevant also for Biblical Studies.
Bible Reference Tools (http://www.library.yale.edu/div/tutframe.htm)
A useful introduction to basic techniques such as working with a concordance. By the librarians at Duke University Library, who also offer a number of other good resources such as bibliographies.
Baker’s Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology (http://bible.crosswalk.com/Dictionaries/BakersEvangelicalDictionary/)
The online version of this book: Elwell, W A (ed) 1996. Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology. Carlisle: Paternoster. Great to see it online.
British Musem (http://www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk/)
A good museum and its website is always worth checking for interesting exhibitions relating to the Bible and its world. The British Museum is a great starting point.
The British Library (http://www.bl.uk/)
Now physically separate from the British Museum, this is also worth checking.
Biblia Clerus: Reading the Word of God with the Church (www.clerus.org/bibliaclerus/index_eng.html)
This is a rich site, devoted to the reading of the Bible with the Magisterium, that is, the teaching office of the (Roman Catholic) Church. Loads of church commentaries on the scriptures. Well worth exploring.
Digital Image Archive, Pitts Theological Library (http://www.pitts.emory.edu/dia/searchform.cfm)
A great site at site at the Candler School of Theology at Emory University in the USA. Offers images that can be searched by keyword or scripture reference.
Literary Resources on the Net (http://andromeda.rutgers.edu/~jlynch/Lit/)
A site at Rutgers University. Offers links to many sites relevant also for Biblical Studies.
Bible Reference Tools (http://www.library.yale.edu/div/tutframe.htm)
A useful introduction to basic techniques such as working with a concordance. By the librarians at Duke University Library, who also offer a number of other good resources such as bibliographies.
Baker’s Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology (http://bible.crosswalk.com/Dictionaries/BakersEvangelicalDictionary/)
The online version of this book: Elwell, W A (ed) 1996. Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology. Carlisle: Paternoster. Great to see it online.
British Musem (http://www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk/)
A good museum and its website is always worth checking for interesting exhibitions relating to the Bible and its world. The British Museum is a great starting point.
The British Library (http://www.bl.uk/)
Now physically separate from the British Museum, this is also worth checking.

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