Have you been looking for affordable Bible study software? Have you been discouraged by the myriad of choices and their high costs? Kenn Morris introduces you to three free online Bible study websites that you are sure to find invaluable and easy on your wallet.
There are lots of choices on the market for Bible study software these days. Problem is, the best ones seem to cost a fortune and are far out reach financially for most lay-people. Is it possible then, to obtain the same level of features and quality with online resources, and for free? The answer is yes. In this post I will profile three excellent online websites you can use for Bible study on a budget.
Lumina (hosted by Bible.org) offers several Bible translations along with a descent library, Hebrew and Greek word studies, maps, and name meanings. Advanced features require creating a login.
The Blue Letter Bible lets you search for a particular word, verse, or topic. Then it offers a number of tools that allow you to drill down into whatever you’ve searched for. Along with an interlinear study, there are cross-references, dictionaries, commentaries, maps, and more.
Biblia (which, incidentally, is hosted by Faithlife, maker of one of the most expensive Bible study software options available - Logos (www.logos.com)) without a doubt offers the greatest number and range of resources of the three. At the time of this writing, there are numerous selected Bibles, books, commentaries, dictionaries, etc. available - A wealth of information at the click of a mouse. Advanced features require creating a login.
With each of these sites being diverse in what they offer, you will find them all invaluable. They are worth a look if you are needing low-cost Bible study options.
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