This is the second lesson in Mel Lawrenz’ new “How to Study the Bible” series. You can catch up with last week’s lesson here. If you know someone or a group who would like to follow along on this journey through Scripture, they can get more info and sign up to receive these essays via […]
The school year is well underway, and students from first-grade to post-graduate are settled into the school routine—and are no doubt thinking of ways to procrastinate doing their homework. They’re embracing what Winston Churchill once said: “Personally, I’m always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught.” Every year Beloit College in […]
The results from last week’s poll about hell are in, as is our new poll: are you currently participating in a Bible study with other Christians?
How do you read a book as big and deep as the Bible? When asked that question in an interview, New Testament scholar N.T. Wright answered “Frequently and thoroughly.” How can you apply that to your Bible reading?
We’re pleased to announce the addition of a brand new resources to Bible Gateway’s library: the Dictionary of Bible Themes! The Dictionary is a massive compilation of themes and topics in the Bible (over 2,000), carefully organized to make it as easy as possible to find the specific subject you’re interested in.
Looking for a good devotional to go along with your daily Bible reading? Gospel.com’s Devotionals page collects links to dozens of the best free Christian devotionals on the web.
One of the most frequently-asked questions we receive at the Bible Gateway is “Can I read more than one Bible in parallel?” Yes, you can! You can view up to five different Bibles simultaneously, and you can display them side-by-side to compare a passage in several different versions. Read on for a short tutorial that shows you how to do so.