I know of three Bible resources online. Can you recommend more?
I use BibleGateway exclusively for finding Bible passages and linking them to my blog posts. You can also use this site for Bible study and research and use a reading plan to read through the Scriptures.
The Blue Letter Bible is an online reference library with Bible study teaching and commentaries. You could also sign up for a daily Bible reading by following their Twitter account. This could be useful for mobile users to have a daily Bible reading sent automatically to their phone.
And then there’s YouVersion. Their Bible App is #2 behind Facebook in free downloads (see recent stat) . They currently offer 41 translations in 22 languages for mobile phones.
On YouVersion, you can use their reading plan or be a part of a Bible Study studying the Bible together with a group. You can also use YouVersion to post Bible verses in either your Facebook or Twitter status. [Also see the YouVersion Twitter account and the YouVersion YouTube acoount]
These overviews are definitely a bit sketchy for what you can potentially do with any of these websites. Please let us know how you use these online Bibles.
- Using Technology in Bible Study
- Bible Reading Plans Help Me Stay on Track from Seabourn.org
One thought on “Online Bibles”
My friend Crystal wrote on Facebook:
“This site is in beta, but Chris was really impressed with the tools it offers: http://beta.mystudybible.com. The HCSB is our favorite to begin with, so we love it.”