When studying the Bible having resources available to you is important. However, sometimes it can be difficult to find the right resources that can help. I’ve listed below some online resources that may be useful to you. Some of these I use frequently as well as some books I already have. Here are some others I thought might be good for you to look into.
Search and compare over 39 Bible versions. For more in-depth study search the Hebrew and Greek Interlinear Bibles as well as Greek and Hebrew lexicons. This site should be the most helpful in studying your Bible.
Not sure what a word means? Need another word instead? Need to know the meaning of a prefix or suffix? Then this dictionary is for you.
Tired of saying the same old thing? Want a new word that accurately describes what you feel? Then a thesaurus is what you need.
This website contains the complete contents of the 12-volume Jewish Encyclopedia, which was originally published between 1901-1906. The Jewish Encyclopedia, which recently became part of the public domain, contains over 15,000 articles and illustrations. I have only started to look at this site, but it is promising.
This site features the Old Testament Lexicon, which has been developed to aid the user in understanding the original text (Hebrew) of the Old Testament. You can gain a deeper knowledge of the passage being studied. This site is like Bible Study Tools. It’s laid out differently and may be of better to use for some people. It has a lot of things that might be of interest on the home page.
This site gives you five online resources for studying the Torah, including the Oral Law. Here are some of their resources:
- The Complete Hebrew Bible (Tanach) in five editions in Hebrew. The Torah in Aramaic.
- The RaMBaM’s Complete Restatement of the Oral Law (Mishneh Torah).
- Four major authoritative sources of the Oral Law (Mishnah, Tosefta, Yerushalmi, and Bavli).
- An encyclopedia in English of Torah basics (Torah 101).