More Cool Bible Stuff

More Cool Bible Stuff

More Cool Bible Stuff

Here is some more really cool Bible stuff. If you spend very much time at all searching Bible stuff online, you probably already know about these, but, if not, enjoy.

Codex Sinaiticus – A fourth century Greek Christian Bible with a complete New Testament. The Codex Sinaiticus Project is an effort to digitize the entire Codex and make it viewable online. The website which was recently launched has several complete books of the Bible already available for viewing and is scheduled to have the entire Bible online by July 2009.

Ancient Hebrew Research Center – This is one of my favorite sites, and, along with Hebrew for Christians, where I really developed a love for Hebrew and its symbolism.

Hebrew for Christians – Just about everything you needed to know about the Hebrew language. – An interesting site which treats virtually every major issue in Christianity. It is essentially one large index of Christian doctrine and theology. The site is the product of a Baptist person or organization, although I haven’t figured out who or what specifically, so file that info away for what it’s worth. Candidly, my wife and I were members of a spirit-filled Baptist Church for a while, although we attend a non-denominational church now, and I have no idea whether or not I endorse everything in the site because there’s simply so much information I haven’t even come close to seeing it all. – A fairly thorough list of biblioblogs, so if you are a regular reader of this or other Bible blogs and you just can’t get enough, check out and discover other great Bible blogs.

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  1. #2 by petermlopez on October 22, 2008 - 10:01 am

    Thanks for the info. I will post it right away.

  2. #3 by Jeremy on October 22, 2008 - 12:48 pm

    Here is a website with a really cool interactive version of the Great Isaiah scroll from Qumran.

  3. #4 by Jeremy on October 22, 2008 - 12:49 pm

  4. #5 by petermlopez on October 23, 2008 - 8:22 pm

    Thanks, Jeremy. There are several pretty cool sites that have images of the Dead Sea Scrolls, and that’s a really good one. Thanks for the link.


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