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Biblical Studies Resources

Lookup a word or passage in the Bible



BibleGateway.com
Bible Research

Bibliographies

  1. Bible-related Bibliographies (Wabash Center)
  2. New Testament Gateway (Mark Goodacre, U. of Birmingham)

Bible

Bible Translations (NT Gateway)

Bible Gateway

Bible Study Tools

General Resource Pages

  1. All-In-One Biblical Resources. Prepared by Mark Goodacre (University of Birmingham). The site lists most online Bible research tools, including online versions and translations.
  2. Anabaptist Dictionary of the Bible. Intended to serve those in the Anabaptist traditions as well as to be a respectful conversation partner with those in other Christian traditions as authors give voice to an appreciatively critical Anabaptist perspective.
  3. Gospel Parallels: Examples of Online Resources. Gordon Matties
  4. Resource Pages for Biblical Studies. Maintained by Torrey Seland, Volda University College.
  5. Wabash Center Guide to Internet Resources for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion

Electronic Journals

Indexes to Journal Articles

  1. Academic Search Premier
  2. ATLA Religion Database
  3. JSTOR
  4. ProQuest Religion

Journal Titles

  1. American Journal of Archaeology. The Journal of the Archaeological Institute of America
  2. Archaeology. An Official Publication of the Archaeological Institute of America
  3. Biblica “Online partial edition.” Launched in 1998, this site includes a General Index beginning with volume 71 (1990), summaries of articles which have appeared in Biblica since 1990, and the complete text of articles and short notes beginning with the year 1998.
  4. Biblical Interpretation: A Journal of Contemporary Approaches.
  5. Catholic Biblical Quarterly. Feature articles, book reviews and short notices, collected essays and lists of books received on all aspects of Catholic biblical history; published for members of the Catholic Biblical Association.
  6. Interpretation: A Journal of Bible and Theology. Includes subscription information, table of contents of the current issue, and a subject index searchable by your browser’s “find” function.
  7. Ioudaios Review. A journal focusing on first century C.E. Jewish and Christian studies. See also Ioudaios book reviews.
  8. Journal for the Study of the New Testament
  9. Journal for the Study of the Old Testament
  10. The Journal of Hebrew Scriptures
  11. New Testament Studies
  12. Novum Testamentum Covers textual and literary criticism, critical interpretation, theology and the historical and literary background of the New Testament, as well as early Christian and related Jewish literature
  13. Review of Biblical Literature. Published by the Society of Biblical Literature.
  14. The Studia Philonica Annual: Studies in Hellenistic Judaism.
  15. TC: A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism

See also AtoZ list of periodical titles relating to Biblical Studies

Professional Bible Associations

  1. British New Testament Society
  2. Canadian Society of Biblical Studies
    “A meeting place for those interested in all aspects of the academic study of the Bible ... in its literary and historical context.”
  3. The Catholic Biblical Association of America
    Aims “to promote, within a context of faith, scholarly study in Scripture and related fields by meetings of the association, publications, and support to those engaged in such studies.”
  4. Society of Biblical Literature
    The mission of the SBL is “to stimulate the critical investigation of biblical literature, together with other related literature, by the exchange of scholarly research both in published form and in public forum.”


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