Online Bibles

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  1. Lorelei

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    I noticed in another thread that someone was traveling and didn't have a Bible handy. I thought I might share a couple of online Bible links that I use and would love to hear if there are any others that are out there. You can never have too much of God's Word! [​IMG]

    For quick reference I usually go to the Bible Gateway. http://bible.gospelcom.net/
    It has many versions and you can look up verses by passage or just by a word that is in the passage.

    I go to Crosswalk for other resources, especially the Interlinear Bible. http://bible.crosswalk.com/

    ~Lorelei
     
  2. Chris Temple

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    <BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Lorelei:
    I noticed in another thread that someone was traveling and didn't have a Bible handy. I thought I might share a couple of online Bible links that I use and would love to hear if there are any others that are out there. You can never have too much of God's Word! [​IMG]

    For quick reference I usually go to the Bible Gateway. http://bible.gospelcom.net/
    It has many versions and you can look up verses by passage or just by a word that is in the passage.

    I go to Crosswalk for other resources, especially the Interlinear Bible. http://bible.crosswalk.com/

    ~Lorelei
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    Another excellent source is the Unbound Bible at http://unbound.biola.edu/

    Unbound

    The Unbound Bible is a collection of searchable Bibles consisting of:
    - 10 English versions including the NASB
    - Greek and Hebrew Versions (the original Bible languages)
    - 4 ancient versions
    - 42 versions in other languages
     
  3. Ars

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    I use two online Bibles. Both are King James. However, one of them, Blue Letter Bible, does have other versions. I like the Blue letter Bible a lot. It has Strong's concordance, commentaries, dictionary aides and more! It is a wonderful site. The other one is more simple. It doesn't have all that the Blue Letter Bible has, but it has a couple of nice search features. The only downside is that it also carries the Apocrypha. However, I have been able to use the Apocrypha to help in talking to Catholics. Showing how the Apocrypha contradicts the Bible in so many ways. So, it is helpful in that regard. The links are:
    http://www.hti.umich.edu/k/kjv/ http://www.blueletterbible.org/

    Also, from time to time, I like to look through the Reina Valera. For those of you who are unfamiliar with that, it is the Spanish Bible. The name comes from Casiodoro de Reina and Cipriano de Valera, two sixteenth century Spanish reformers. It was Reina who published the "Bear Bible" in Basel in 1569. Valera edited a revised New Testament in London in 1596, and six years later, in Amsterdam in 1602, the complete Bible. (On a side note. The Battle over "Bible Versions" is not exclusive to the English Bible. There is great controversy over the Reina Valera 1909 versus the Reina Valera 1977 as well as a Spanish NIV! Let me know if you'd like to know more about the Reina Valera.)

    A link to the Reina Valera is found at: http://www.omroep.nl/eo/bible/olb/esp/rev/passages.htm

    Thanks for bringing up this topic!

    Dave
     
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