Do you want more out of your study of the Bible? Want to know how to go deeper? On this page there are a few of the resources I use in my Bible study.
Resources I Have on My Bookshelves
New Bible Dictionary: A bible dictionary contains articles about various people, places, books and ideas in the Bible.
Systematic Theology (Wayne Grudem); Christian Theology (Millard J. Erickson): These are books of systematic theology that discuss Christian doctrines.
Greek, Hebrew and Aramaic Grammars: This is something for those who want to explore the Bible in the original languages.
The Penguin History of the Church (Five books): Church history is worthwhile reading. You can learn what issues Christians have wrestled with in the past.
Theological Dictionary of the New Testament (Nine Volumes); New International Dictionary of Old Testament Exegesis (Five Volumes): These books contain in-depth discussions about the meaning of biblical words. They are very helpful in terms of gaining a better understanding of biblical passages and ideas.
Resources I Have on My Computer and My Phone
BibleWorks; Accordance: Electronic concordances and Bible software help you search for words or phrases in the Bible. The software also comes with various electronic books such as dictionaries, commentaries and maps.
OliveTree Bible App is installed on my phone. It has different Bible versions, Bible reading plans and a concordance to search for passages.
I plan to add some Bible studies on various topics and different books of the Bible.