Where In The Bible?

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Where in the Bible does it talk about marriage? Where in the Bible does it talk about tattoos? Where in the Bible are the Ten Commandments? Have you ever heard these types of questions? They are strewn all across the Question and Answer sites online. However, there is no real need to wonder where to find any topic in the Bible despite the fact that the Bible has 66 books and 1189 chapters. There are sites online that you can check to help you find any text you need.

1. Biblegateway.com – This is one of the most popular online Bible websites. You can search the Bible using various Bible translations.

2. biblestudytools.com - Even Crosswalk.com uses biblestudytools.com's searchable Bible resource.

3. blueletterbible.org – This online Bible site has Strong’s Concordance numbers next to various words in the Bible so that you can click on the small numbers and see what the original Hebrew or Greek word was that was used in the text as well as all the possible meanings of the word.

4. bibleresources.org – Bud and Betty Miller co-founded this online Bible website that was originally housed at bible.com. Choose one of ten different translations including Hebrew and Greek.

5. bible.org – Search the Bible through this online Bible. You can not only use different Bible translations but you can view up to ten of them side by side all at once on the left while the corresponding Hebrew or Greek can be displayed on the right!

6. bible.cc – This great Bible website has fifteen parallel translations, side by side with parallel commentaries and cross references.

7. audio-bible.com/bible/bible.html – The Bible does not just say that it should be read and studied but that it should be heard. The expression “hear the word of the Lord” is given 24 times in the Bible. With this website you can not only search the Word but hear it as well, hence the name audio-bible.

For those without continuous access to the online web there are websites like onlinebible.net and e-sword.net which have freely downloadable Bibles with many capabilities for deeper Bible study. So the next time someone asks “Where in the Bible …?” when they are looking for Bible verses or quotes in the Bible you know where to direct them.

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shelpeare 4 years ago Author

Thanks for your comment Tamarajo.

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Tamarajo 4 years ago from Southern Minnesota

Yes we are without excuse with today's technology and resources to read the Word of God.

Thank you for listing the available online resources. I use 1,3, and 6 frequently. The others I hadn't heard of and will be checking them out.

I like Bible Gateway for looking up known verses in preferred translations. I like Blue Letter Bible because they offer Gesenius' lexicon along with Strong's for word defenitions. The Bible.cc one also known as Biblos.com has an interlinear (original language and English) on it as well with both Greek and Hebrew along with Strong's links.

Glad to have stopped by and learn of some new resources.

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shelpeare 4 years ago Author

Thanks for the responses everyone.

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teaches12345 4 years ago

Good references for those of us who want to really look into a subject. I do have the blueletterBible bookmarked as a reference for my writing and reading. Thanks for listing all these wonderful options. Blessings.

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point2make 4 years ago

Very useful for researching "questions" and "answers". Thanks for the directory....it will come in handy. voted up.

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Ericdierker 4 years ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

Really cool, thank you. I rail against the whole culture of the keywords and tabs and SEOs, but one thing is really cool about them is how easy it is to do bible based research and study.

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