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Register or Login, so we can show you a customized Bible reading progress tracking chart. 2. Choose a reading plan. Currently, we offer the following Bible reading plans: 71 Days in Isaiah - Carefully work your way through Isaiah in 71 days to experience the full impact of the prophet's words. Book Order - Read from Genesis 1 to Revelation 22 in the order in which the books of the Bible are arranged. Chronological - Read the Bible in the order that the events happened.

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The resources (right column) explain everything essential to know about Christian faith. These resources are available free in both written and video formats. They can be passed along via web links, email, social media and desktop printing. PDF FORMAT is the most versatile way of sharing and discussing Christian faith with others. In PDF format, FaithExplorer can be read on screen from computers, tablets and smart phones ... can be sent by email ... can be linked to websites and social media ... can be printed on desktop printers. FaithExplorer PDF can be sent to others via web VIDEO aids comprehension and retention by explaining Christian faith with graphics, words, photos and voiceovers.

Online Bible Study Tools – Library of Resources. Bible Versions and Translations Search and read more than 20 translations online including some of the best known and popular Bibles like King James Version, New International Version, and English Standard Version, as well as other traditional translations and more modern versions that include both the Old Testament and New Testament.

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Search verses and read Scripture that in versions that are word for word translation of the original Greek and Hebrew text, thought for thought translation, or a combination of both. Experience the life changing power of the Gospel with online Bibles. Apocrypha Books Also known as Deutercanonical Books, these texts are books included as part of the Septuagint (the Greek version of the Old Testament), but not included in the Hebrew Bible. Commentaries Written by well-known and popular theologians, Bible commentaries aid in the study of Scripture by providing explanation and interpretation of Biblical text.

Precept Ministries International. Study Tools. The Church Channel. Universal Christian Radio. Q: Which version of the Bible do you use/recommend? A: Frequently we are asked about Bible versions--which is best, which is most accurate, which do we recommend.

Q: Which version of the Bible do you use/recommend?

Unfortunately, often those who ask have already made up their mind and use the Bible version issue as a kind of litmus test for doctrinal purity. That does not speak well for where this issue has taken the Church. The Bible version issue is far more complicated than most people understand. Some have read a booklet or pamphlet from a Bible teacher who has condemned all versions except his favorite. Sometimes the logic of these booklets is faulty. Take this little quiz. Contrary to what I have read in some booklets, Bible translators for some of the versions were not homosexuals who wanted to remove the blood from the Bible.

While the original writings of Paul, Moses, Peter, etc. do not exist today (they are called the "autographs" of Scripture), there are plenty of copies of these autographs and copies of copies.