These sites tend to be academic and
rather heady, but solid. I haven't looked closely at every link, but the ones I have seen
look good. Browse through for a wide variety of options for Bible Study.
*Bible Analysis for Scholars, by Harry Hahne - Original language texts of Jewish and Christian scriptures.
*Bible and Art - Download pictures from the Vatican!
*Diotima: Materials for the Study of Women and Gender in the Ancient World.
*Navigating the Bible - Started as a tool for use by Bat or Bar Mitzvah students, it's focus has been expanded to include anyone interested in learning about the Torah, or Old Testament. A searchable site with Excite.
*Project Genesis:-Torah on the Information Superhighway.
*Scrolls from the Dead Sea - The Library of Congress site - includes the scrolls plus images of other artifacts found in the caves, including textiles, utensils, and coins.
*World Wide Study Bible - part of Wheaton College's Christian Classics Ethereal Library, connects users to Internet resources related to particular books or portions of the Bible. The simple front page interface lists the books of the Bible. After selecting on of these, users access links to an overview of the book as well as commentaries, sermons, and the entire text of the book.
Also check out opportunities for personal Bible Study at Bibles.net.
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