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Bibleresources.org provides a very good introduction to Bible Study and use of helps.
Biblos has just about any kind of resource you could want for studying The Bible, including lexicons(such as the Brown-Driver-Briggs), dictionaries, maps and translations. There is even a Thesaurus, which is a very cool tool when you’re not sure what you’re looking for. Biblia also has many resources and translations to choose from. BibleGateway has an easy to use topical search and passage lookup in many different versions, as does Open Bible. If english is not your native language, try Bible.is.
Strong’s numbers allow you to reference more detailed information about a particular word in the KJV, and now there is a version in print for the NIV and the NASB, called ‘The Strongest’. That being said, you should always rely on the Holy Spirit to show you the correct interpretation, using man’s work as a tool only.
Scripture 4 All has online Interlinear Bibles in PDF format. Interlinear Bibles show how the original Hebrew and Greek scriptures read compared to english translation. When you are reading a webpage that contains a Hebrew or Greek word you can copy & paste it into transliterate.com‘s tool to convert it into english letters. The Society of Biblical Literature has a Greek New Testament available for download. Also, for those that like learning how science and The Bible agree, try the Apologetic Study Bible or Apologetics.com.
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