The web can be an awesome tool for Bible study. There are thousands of websites dedicated to the study of the Bible. Just type in “bible study” at Google and you’ll get almost 17 million websites to choose from. There’s no shortage of Bible study on the Internet.
However, not all of those websites can be trusted. Many are correct in doctrine and content, but almost as many are unreliable. Religious agendas thrive on the web and there’s no shortage of people using websites to twist the Bible to say what they want it to say.
So how can we know the website we’re looking at for Bible study is reliable?
Let me suggest just one website to get started with for online Bible study: Bible.org. Bible.org is a huge repository of Bible study, from doctrine to daily Bible reading calendars to their own accurate, readable version of the Bible. You can spend days on Bible.org and not read everything that’s on the site.
While it’s not the only reliable website on Bible study, it’s one of the first places to start. Take a look at Bible.org.
Visit now. Here’s the link: Bible.org
What are some other Bible study websites you would suggest?