Bible study

The following list of websites provide helpful research tools for anyone wanting to better understand the Bible.

For those seeking a more precise understanding of Swedenborg's books, or the inner meaning of the Lord's Word, online resources make it easy to find specific passages and learn correspondences.

New Christian Bible Study

newchristianbiblestudy-iconIn this one site you can read the Bible in 43 languages and 76 different versions, as well as all of Swedenborg's Writings. It also provides insights into the meaning of popular Bible stories. Capabilities are being continually added, and the developers welcome you to provide feedback on how to improve the site.

Visit www.newchristianbiblestudy.org

Bible Gateway

bible-gatewayBible Gateway allows searching and reading the Bible in over 35 languages with access to 50 different versions.

Visit www.biblegateway.com

Spirit and Life Bible Study

Spirit-and-Life-Bible-Study-logoRev. Dr. Jonathan Rose offers a weekly Bible study called Spirit and Life Bible Study (also known as Nunc Licet Bible Study), exploring a multitude of topics within the Bible. While the group is not actively meeting at this time, you can watch previous sessions at any time at your convenience.

Visit www.ustream.tv/channel/nunclicetbiblestudy

WhatTheBibleSays.info

whatthebiblesaysRev. John Odhner has provided a look at "What the Bible Says", exploring a multitude of topics within the Bible.

Visit www.whatthebiblesays.info

The Kempton Project

kempton-projectThe Kempton Project provides a translation of the Sacred Scripture informed by how it is translated in the Heavenly Doctrine, with study tools.

Visit www.kemptonproject.org

Daily Inspiration

"It is the unceasing effort of the Lord's divine providence to unite us to himself and himself to us in order to give us the joys of eternal life."

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