The Internet is a phenomenal thing. One need not do too much more than sit down at a computer, and one has literally thousands of resources for biblical studies at one’s fingertips—some worthless, some priceless. Both for my own convenience and for the convenience of anyone else who may find such resources useful, I have compiled a list here. I will continue to add resources as I find them.

Greek Resources

Greek Bibles

Lexical and Morphological Tools

Grammar

History of the Greek Language and Phonology

Hebrew Resources

Hebrew Bibles

Lexical and Morphological Tools

Grammar

Other Hebrew Resources

Aramaic Resources

Latin Resources

Latin Bibles

Lexical Tools

Grammar

Coptic Resources

Coptic Bibles

Learning Aids

Grammar

Dictionaries

Fonts

Greek

Semitic

Coptic

Online Bibles

In Original Languages

  • See “Bibles” subsections under the Greek Resources and Hebrew Resources sections.

In English and Other Languages

Parallel Versions

Non-Canonical Texts

Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, and Fathers

Other Writings

Papyrology and Textual Criticism

Papyrology

The Synoptic Problem

General TC Resourcs

Hebrew Bible

New Testament Use of the Hebrew Bible

The Historical Jesus

Online Books and Articles

Primary Texts

Other Historical Jesus Resources

The Ancient World

Archaeology

Numismatics

The Graeco-Roman World

The Ancient Near East

Maps

Online (Open Access) Journals & Articles

Bibliographies

Biblioblogs

  • Biblioblogs.com contains the ‘canonical’ list of blogs dealing with biblical studes, etc.
  • Here is an extremely thorough list of biblio- and related blogs
  • Here is a useful list of biblioblogs by students, classified both by geographical location and degree program.

Other Resource Lists

Enjoy! If you are aware of any useful resources that I have not included here, I would like to know of them.

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24 Responses to “Online Biblical Studies Resources”

  1. Add to the “Online Bible in English Versions”:

    http://www.studylight.org/par/

    I used this a lot of times in our Romans class last semester. It has a couple “literal” translations as well as typical modern translations.

  2. Benji Overcash said

    Great. I’ll add it.

  3. It is possible to get to Greek and Hebrew translations from the Blueletter Bible.

  4. […] stumbled upon the gegraptai blog which has a very helpful page that lists free online biblical language resources.  As you can […]

  5. If you ever think of adding a list of (biblical) language learning resources please include דָּבָר: Biblical Hebrew Vocabularies it is a tool that allows teachers to output rich vocabularies for their students as mini websites, or “flashcards” (well not actually, rather two folded bits of paper, but they work much the same 😉 Contributors can also add new words to supplement those already in the system.

    PS if anyone is interested in making a Greek version – I think we can get permission to install the system for that…

  6. HatGeameberge said

    Hello my friends 🙂
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  7. AlexM said

    Your blog is interesting!

    Keep up the good work!

  8. Micah David said

    You have a great list of resources here!

    FYI – the web site on “A Portrait of Jesus,” listed above under “Other Historical Jesus Resources,” has moved.

    The new URL is http://www.aportraitofjesus.org/.

  9. […] I’ve switched. And you should too. For some resources to get started, see the “History of the Greek Language and the Historical Greek Pronunciation” section on my resources […]

  10. Great list. I look forward to using some of it.

  11. […] I’ve switched. And you should too. For some resources to get started, see the “History of the Greek Language and the Historical Greek Pronunciation” section on my resources […]

  12. Benjamin,

    Here’s a good N.T. vocabulary resource/link for you. I loaded all the N.T. vocabulary used 10x or more (based on Bruce Metzger’s frequency lists) to a site called “Flashcard Exchange” (dot com).

    http://www.flashcardexchange.com/tag/wermuth?t=1&q=metzger&search=Search

    Robert Wermuth, author of “Wermuth’s GREEKBOOK” and administrator of “It’s All Greek to YOU!” (http://greek2u.wordpress.com)

  13. Oh, I forgot the web address for Wermuth’s GREEKBOOK”

    http://wermuthsgreekbook.com

    RW

  14. This is a great list of resources. Under Bible Maps, you might want to consider our Then and Now Bible Maps as another resource.

    http://www.rose-publishing.com/biblemapbook

    We also provide free e-charts on a variety of topics including one on the book I mentioned above.

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  22. sethknorr said

    Wow that is a very comprehensive list of resource. Might I suggest one more:
    http://www.smartbiblesearch.com/

    It is a Bible Search Engine that works just like Google. For keyword searches, verses are auto-suggested as you type, there’s a spell checker and results are returned based on relevance, so you find the verse you want faster. Your search doesn’t have to be perfect, so if you type a word not in the passage, you can still find what you are looking for. It will also search for all tenses of the word you type. Ie. If you search for “atonement” verses with atone will also be listed. 

    It also searches thought for thought and topically. It also understands Christian lingo so you could do a search for Christmas or Trinity. Another good search example is “I Am”. Any other Bible search site will return thousands of unrelated verses. Smart Bible Search returns Exodus 3:14 as the first result. Another good example is searching for “Jesus is God”.

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