Crosswalk.com’sÂ Online Study BibleÂ has versions of the Bible in several translations, along with a variety of commentaries (most of which are fairly conservative). The translation we use is the New Revised Standard Version (NRSV).
StudyLight.org’sÂ Online Study Bible has a slightly larger variety of translations and commentaries. TranslataionÂ include: The NRSV, The Message, The Peshitta Bible (Syriac), and The Complete Jewish Bible. The website can be displayed in English, Spanish, and Arabic.
StudyLight.org’sÂ Parallel Bible allows you to display two different translations side-by-side in English, Spanish, or Arabic.
Crosswalk.com also provides an Interlinear Bible which give you the line-by-line original Greek or Hebrew text. Click on words to get their definition. We suggest you use the New American Standard Version (NAS).
StudyLight.org’s Interlinear Bible is similar to the above, but allows the user to chose the source document. For the Hebrew Scriptures the user may choose from the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia (BHS) or the Septuagint (LXX). For the New Testament the user may choose from the NestlÃ©-Aland 26 Greek Text, the 1894 Textus Receptus, or the 1991 Byzantine Greek Text.
BibleGateway.com provides translations of the Bible in many of the world’s currently spoken languages.
Navigating the Bible II is a Bar/Bat Mitzvah study program covering the Hebrew Scriptures.
BibleMap.org is a free Bible atlas which harnesses Google maps. It is currently in beta test (pre-release) version, and the authors welcome feedback
Bible Mapper is a downloadable, fully interactive, highly accurate Bible mapping system that helps you quickly and easily create customized maps of the Holy Lands or study a particular period and aspect of Bible history.
BiblePlaces.com features photographs and descriptions of sites in Israel, Jordan, Egypt, Turkey and Greece with an emphasis on biblical archaeology, geography and history.