After investing in a few good translations, the next tool I recommend to improve your Bible Study is a good collection of maps. While most study Bibles have some maps in the back, serious study requires access to more detailed geographical information about Palestine and the ancient near east.
If you’re a new believer or just new to Wednesday in the Word, here are some suggested places to start.
After collecting and processing background information, times, dates, and names, it often helps to organize the information visually and systematically. Here’s my collection of Bible charts, lists, chronologies and outlines.
Learning biblical Greek can enrich your Bible study. Even a little knowledge of biblical Greek can help. Check out these tools and tips.
A listener asked for help with word studies. These resources pages give you links to tools to help your word studies.
Answers to basic questions about people in the Bible and biblical history.
Bible Study 101: How and what to observe, rules of interpretation, how to do a word study and how to outline, etc.
Thoughts on faith and life and faith seeking understanding.
Thoughts on theology, heresy, doctrine and life.
Thoughts on real meaning of Christmas, gift-giving and celebrations.