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Free Online Tools for Studying Scripture
Agape Bible Study:
More online tools for Scripture study. Some prefer this online program to Bible Study Tools. Both offer similar aids to study; however, this site tends to be a little more friendly to novices at study. It does not offer Greek and Hebrew studies. The only Catholic Bible listed for searching is the Knox Bible.
*Bible Study Tools:
Over 39 translations of the Bible to choose from. You can search for a particular passage, for a theme (forgiveness, grace). Also available are: Concordances, Bible dictionaries, Biblical encyclopedias, historical records, a parallel Bible, and Hebrew and Greek Interlinear and lexicons. You can highlight, bookmark, make and save notes, and share your findings.
Includes links to many tools for Scripture study. At the bottom of the page is a long list of themes dealing with Scripture that you can select. Some are from ancient sources while others are written by current scholars.
This site offers a daily commentary on the Gospel of the day’s Mass. The comments are taken from a traditional Catholic source: the Fathers of the Church, the Doctors, mystics, Church documents, writings of the popes
The Greek Bible:
Lectionary online – Readings for the Holy Mass
Daily readings. Just look up the date on the calendar and the site will present the full text of the readings for Mass that day.
St. Paul Center for Biblical Study:
Particular courses for Scripture study. You follow the format given with the set comprehensive courses, including: Overview of Scripture, the Bible and the Mass, Mary in Scripture, the Gospel of Matthew.
* = Not a Catholic source. These sources have valuable tools, but will usually not include the deuterocanonical books. They are reliable for searching Scripture, but the commentaries will most likely lack a deeper meaning of Scripture when the passage deals with the theology of the Sacraments, Mary, the Church, and any other traditional Catholic teaching that has been dropped by non-Catholics.