Updated: 3/30/2014Latest update: Added a link to Biblical Studies, where you can find thousands of journal articles and valuable bibliographies on the books of the Bible. http://www.biblicalstudies.org.uk/index.html
Some blogs I visit frequently, and would highly recommend:
- John Piper. https://soundcloud.com/askpastorjohn
- Dane Ortlund. http://dogmadoxa.blogspot.com/
- Mike Leake. http://www.mikeleake.net/
- The Gospel Coalition. http://gospelcoalition.org/
- Desiring God. http://desiringgod.org/
- Nick MacDonald. http://scribblepreach.com/
These websites are the ones I use most frequently for my own study. I hope you’ll find them useful.
- I hate wasting time while driving. And so if I’m in the car by myself, I’m almost always listening to a lecture from Biblical Training. It’s all free. Here are a few series I would recommend:
- New Testament Survey – Gospels by Dr. Robert Stein
- Preaching by Dr. Bryan Chapell
- Life of Christ by Dr. Darell Bock
- Multiple verse retrival. This is the best tool I’ve found for getting a perfectly formatted list of (un)related verses that you need to copy/paste into a word doc. It’s on the home page, and will format everything to your exact specifications. It’s hard to say how much time this tool has saved me.
- Interlinear bible. If you’re familiar with greek, then BLB’s interlinear is really useful. After searching for a passage, click on “tools” to the left of each verse, and it’ll pop right up. Here’s an example of what Romans 8:1 looks like.
- The amount of information on this website is almost unbelievable. If you want to see what I mean, just take a look a quick look at the site map. Here are some great things I’ve found so far:
- Web Directory of Biblical Studies. Here you can find all sorts of useful links. Versions of the greek new testament online, and bible introduction material as well. Along with a whole host of other resources online.
- Creeds and medieval church documents.
- An amazing Gospels Paralells mini-site that I’ve found invaluable for gospels study.
- This site hosts thousands of Christian books and documents now in public domain. It’s a great place to go for medieval documents, creeds, and confessions.
- This site hosts thousands of valuable journal articles in pdf form. Great for more technical studies of the Bible.
- Stand To Reason: one of the few apologetics websites I actually recommend. They have some really great contributors: Greg Koukl, Alan Shlemon, and Brett Kunkle are ones I listen to most. A while back I reviewed several chapters of Greg Koukl’s fantastic book, Tactics. If you’re interested, you can access those posts here. Part 1, part 2, part 3.