Posts Tagged "Bible"

Free Bible eCharts from Rose Publishing

Posted by on Sep 23, 2012 in Bible Study Guide, Charts, Links

Rose Publishing offers 9 free Bible eCharts in PDF format when you sign up for their email list. By signing up, you will receive free eCharts weekly. I am a fan of Rose Publishing’s Bible charts. I usually buy them in sets of three (they are 3 for $10 at Lifeway). I downloaded my 9 free charts and I’ve already started using them for Bible study and reference. Now I can’t wait to see what I get weekly.

Click here to see the download page: Free Bible eCharts



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New Cambridge Paragraph Bible Personal Size KJV

Posted by on Apr 1, 2012 in Bible Buying Guide, Bibles, Reviews

The new Cambridge Paragraph Bible is now available in personal size. This is an important Bible for KJV readers as it presents the KJV text as intended by the translators. This reconstruction of the 1611 format is the scholarly work of Professor David Norton. It is in paragraph style and includes the translator’s notes in the margins. Poetry is set in verse style. It is available in either hardcover or leather, and with or without the Apocrypha.

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Creating Your Own Chain Reference System

Posted by on Dec 3, 2011 in Bible Marking, Bible Study Guide, Bible Study Methods

Chain references provide a great way to perform a topical study. Most Bibles that have references do not have chain references. Instead, they have cross references. Cross references are great, but it can get very confusing when you have to flip back and forth over the same verses over and over. Some Bibles do not have the verses linked to the reference, so there’s no easy way to know which reference will go with which portion of the verse. If your Bible has any room for writing at all, you can greatly expand the study quality of your Bible by adding your own chain reference system.

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Introduction to the Bible

Posted by on Oct 25, 2009 in The Bible

Since the purpose of this site is to present studies in the scriptures, I thought I should start with an introduction to the Bible.

The Bible is the word of God. It is not man’s writings about God. God led men in writing His word. God told them what to write and He guided the writing process.

2 Timothy 3:16  All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness

The Bible is God’s written word to man. The scriptures themselves claim to be the Word of God. There are many evidences we can look at to determine that the Bible is truly the word of God (Bernard, p. 10):

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