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Online Bible Study Suite. Topical, Greek and Hebrew study tools, plus concordances, commentaries, sermons and devotionals.

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  • Christians and Mormons. Where did Jesus preach prosperity gospel? If anything he preached the opposite. That you would be persecuted for his sake.
    Finally, the who "outer darkness" and "weeping and gnashing of teeth," thing. This is not a one off. Jesus is all about weeping and teeth gnashing and casting slaves into places of suffering. Go to, type "gnashing of teeth" into the search, and see how often Jesus threatens wicked, nasty, sinful, evil slaves with horrifying punishments. At least this slave wasn't chopped up into little pieces like... - Source: Reddit / 12 days ago
  • I read the whole Bible. Now what?
    Https:// (app available). - Source: Reddit / 24 days ago
  • Most christians havent read the Bible in its entirety
    Translate as much of a bible as you can at - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
  • Ends of The Earth by Matthew Henry
    The Bible Hub app is a great source for everything. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
  • A question for Lectors
    I read the lessons before Sunday, and I try to understand the gist of the lesson. If I have questions about the lesson I go to Bible Hub and usually read the Matthew Henry Concise commentary to further understand what the reading is about. Preparation helps me to relax on Sunday when it's my time to Lector. Always remember to read slowly and clearly. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
  • beginner to bible study
    In any case, no matter what you read/start with, you will have questions. In that case, a study bible or asking here on reddit can help, as well as . - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
  • Universalists please answer
    All scholars who made the main translations we have now disagree with you. Also, they are experts. Look at Try to find a translation that says "an age" or something. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
  • White nationalist burns Koran in Denmark
    Matthew 10:34 Do not assume that I have come to bring peace ... › matthew. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
  • Gandhi and MLK Jr. were not pacifists, but believed that the soul-force/love-in-action of a person dedicated to peace could win over someone dedicated to violence. "It aims at winning the enemy through love and patient suffering."
    Neither of the verses is promoting violence. You can google them and find good commentary, or just look them up in and scroll down to the Pulpit Commentary, I'm sure. - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
  • Listen please-
    They are a little hard to grasp even if the words are simple, especially with the faulty ENG translations ( is a good place to verify all versions for contradictions) because if this was a war field, would you leave the war manual uninfluenced? - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
  • Converting to Christianity with strict parents
    You may not have a physical Bible, but there's places where you can read the Bible online. Here's one of them. - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
  • Where does it say in the bible that you can’t have sex before you are married?
    Generally I use the Biblehub website. It probably does what every other Bible reference site does, but I think the layout is a lot easier to read than (say) Biblegateway. You can choose which translation you look at, and if you click on a verse you can see, on one page, how it is rendered by many different translations. It doesn't have every translation (The MSG is not there, for example) but all the main ones... - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
  • What is your favourite translation of the bible? has a LOT of hugely useful tools for understanding the Hebrew Bible, while has some additional tools and different ways of presenting interlinear information. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • Looking for conspiracy on the KJV Bible
    You don't have to learn Hebrew and I never did, you can just pick up bits along the way. The most important thing is that, when you're trying to figure out what some word or phrase in the Bible means, go back to the original Hebrew and use Strong's Concordance to help figure out what the real meaning should be. (I use - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • What if they changed the Bible?
    However, translation, now there is a reason for concern as you said. There are people who out of greed that have not done a good job translating it. There are passages where if they "broke the mold" they know it wouldn't sell. There are decent translations out there and bad ones. But good news, today you can research things for yourself on places like to see things in the originals. It's user friendly. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • Trying To Build My Faith
    When it comes to Bible study, it's important to know your tools. Highly recommend They have a number of different translations, commentaries, concordance, lexicons, etc. Look at the historical context, linguistic context, cultural influences, etc. Things make a lot more sense when you get the full picture. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • Do you still believe in the Bible?
    A few great resources are the biblehub - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • I have always used the NKJV bible but am really trying to decide between the CSB or the ESV. I know the ESV is most likely the more literal option of the two but curious as to what everyone thinks about each? Thanks in advance!
    I've been using the CSB as my goto Bible because it is smooth reading and generally accurate (similar to the 1984 NIV which I grew up on). But lately I am reading the Berean Standard Bible (aka Berean Study Bible) as it appears more literal but still flows well. Check it out, you may appreciate that one as well. I find the ESV confusing and I get lost when reading it, not always understanding the text as well as... - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • "Legally establishing" - translated to support legal actions
    The Greek word translated "legally establishing" is "bebaiósis". According to Strong's Concordance it means "confirmation, ratification, establishment". Most of the Bibles available online ( & render Paul's words "defense and confirmation of the gospel". Some say "defense and establishment", and some say it in other words, for example Contemporary English Version: "defend the good... - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • Masturbating to porn.. is it really a sin?
    If you feel uncomfortable clicking on the link You could go to Look up Matthew 5:28 in the interlinear. The click on the word for lust/ desire in that verse. You'll see the Englishman's Concordance on the right. There, at the bottom click on all 16 "occurrences" of the word. There you'll (and others) will see that the word is broad and merely refers to... - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • Context behind the King James Bible?
    If interested, most of the major translations are available for free on if you have a need to compare translations, which may be helpful. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago

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