One thing I love about the World Wide Web is the incredible access to so many resources. I have learned a great deal and have become enabled to store up a wealth of knowledge that has encouraged me, strengthened me, and convicted me in this awesome journey I've been on while walking with Christ.
This page will most likely be ever changing and you will find links, audios, videos, and other assorted tools that I come across regularly or have been using for quite some time. Please feel free to email me if you have any suggestions, additions, or would like to request something be added to the list.
For your edification and mine, and in Christ Jesus,
Bible Study Resources -
E-Sword Software and E-Sword Live: Some of the best things in life are free, and as the old saying goes, this is actually for real. This program is by far one of the best programs for students of the Word to become equipped, do word studies, compare translations, and even learn the Greek and Hebrew meaning of the scriptures. There is a plethora of add-on's available at the author's site. Some of these are free, and some require a nominal fee. Either way, it's worth it. If you like it, donate to the author and he will send you a copy of E-Sword on disc. Note: The live version is extremely convenient as it allows you to set up a personalized online account and gives you access to E-Sword from anywhere there is internet access. (This is also available for pocket-pc's running on a Microsoft platform)
Rich in resources, free tools, books, and commentaries, this program is also a must have for any student of the bible. There is so much to this program it could easily take an entire site to detail it's incredible value. But wait, there already is one here. You can also download it straight to your PC and be up and running in no time. Be ever watchful for the free books that are made available from time to time. Manage a library of theology and have instant access to topical studies, commentaries, and many more tools right from your desktop.
Greek (Koine) Language Learning Tools (Free)
Ted Hildebrandt's Video Introductions to Greek - Here
(This one has become a personal favorite and is currently the one I am using)
Dallas Theological Seminary on iTunes U has released seminary course videos for free on iTunes. Some of which include Elements of Greek I and II - Here
Concordia Seminary also has videos from Dr. James Voelz (Lutheran) on Fundamental Greek Grammar - Here
(more coming soon)