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Bible Study

With thousands of years of history, the Bible is not an easy area of study. In fact, enrolling in a Bible college can be a burdensome task, especially when it comes to questions such as which college should I attend? Luckily, there are many students, teachers, and others types out there who are doing or have done the same as you. And they can be valuable resources when coming across some of the most difficult issues or questions in the Bible.

In order to help, we have gathered 30 incredible Q & A sites to help you understand the Bible. They are authored by Bible experts, writers, preachers, and even a few who specialize in various sects of Christianity. So grab a virtual highlighter and get ready to be as informed as virally possible with a read below. [click to continue…]

50 Bible Experts Worth Following on Twitter

by admin on February 27, 2011

The Bible is such a rich and complex book of scripture that it can take years to understand it. You are likely to find something new every time you read the Bible. You don’t have to be a Bible college graduate to become an expert — or at least a learning scholar. It is possible to study the book on your own, with help from God, and learn more about this scripture. However, sometimes it’s nice to have a little help as you study. There are those who have made scripture study and the ministry their lives, and also those who have made it a point to study the scriptures, even without a formal Calling. You can learn from these Bible scholars and experts.

Twitter is a great way to keep up with the latest in Bible verses, insights, devotionals and thoughts. If you are interested in finding out about the Bible, and being enriched by the study of God’s word, here are 50 Twitter accounts worth following: [click to continue…]

25 Ways to Use the Kindle for Bible Study

by Joy Shepherd on February 25, 2010

Kindle

Why not lighten your load and use a Kindle for Bible studies? You can take notes, highlight passages, search for words and phrases and interact with scriptural text on a Kindle just as you would with a book or with your Bible. If you think the Kindle is a bit pricey, this list of 25 ways to use the Kindle for Bible study may change your mind about Kindle’s sticker price. [click to continue…]