If you are like me, then your New Year Resolutions usually have something to do with the Bible. My goal this year to read at least one chapter every single day of the year. I plan to read more than one chapter, but wanted to focus on consistency and not letting myself off the hook by saying, "It is only one night, I can make up for it tomorrow."
Besides the obvious, here are a few of my favorite, free online tools:
1. The Voice: This website is filled with great articles on Biblical, historical, and theological articles.
2. NIV Study Bible Book Introductions: These are insightful, quick guides to help you get a basic understanding of the each book of the Bible. They are online versions of the information found in the NIV Study Bible.
3. Online Bible with Greek and Hebrew Tools: This is one of the best interlinear Bibles i have ever used...put it online and make it free and you have something that is unbeatable. It parses the verbs, links to all the other uses of the Greek and Hebrew word throughout the Bible, and highlights the word in the English translation. This is a great tool.
4. Baker Evangelical Dictionary: This resource will give you access to thousands of articles to help you define theological terms and ideas.
5. Theopedia: Like Wikipedia only for theological and biblical ideas.
6. Bible Reading Plans: Any plan you could possibly want to follow...almost.
Got any favorite online, free Bible study tools you would like to use?