Good resources for in depth Bible study?

(Steve Rivera) #1

Hi everyone,

Does anyone know of an online study tool or hard copies of an in-depth Bible study of each book? I really want to go beyond what I already have done and want to dig deeper.

Any advice would be great!

(chandra kishore sardar) #2

Hi @Steve_Rivera . Chandra here from Nepal. Welcome to the forum.
Well ! I know of a online study website that is free of cost and really helpful i believe. Infact we have been doing our bible study through the courses provided from that website. Its i dont know if that’s the kinda you are looking for but i hope it will be helpful.
God bless !!

(Steve Rivera) #3

@chandrakishore Thank you for this! I will research this and see if this is what I need. Thank you again for your help!

(SeanO) #4

@Steve_Rivera Ligonier has some recommendations for the best commentaries for each book of the Bible that you may find helpful. Also, the NIV Application Commentary set is generally considered good.

Steve Gregg goes through the entire Bible verse by verse and his resources are all free at ‘The Narrow Path’:

You may also find resources provided in this thread helpful:

Blessings :slight_smile:

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(Steve Rivera) #5

@SeanO Thank you for sharing this! This is what I’m looking for! thank you so much for your help!!

(SeanO) #6

@Steve_Rivera Great! May Christ guide you as you study His Word and grow in the grace and knowledge of Him. Feel free to ask more questions as you study / read / look for resources.

(Joe Gregory) #7

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“Dr. Constable’s Notes, authored by Dr. Thomas L. Constable, provide commentary on all 66 books of the Bible in HTML format. Dr. Constable taught at Dallas Theological Seminary for 45 years, and served as the Chairman of its Bible Exposition department for 13 years. He now spends most of his time upgrading these notes. These notes are intended to help you to understand the Bible better.”