Bible Study

Aim San Diego seeks to develup leaders who are able to handle God’s word effectively. Here are a few free, online resources to meet that goal.

Bible Study Process

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Precepts Method Tools

-Inductive method

PMI IBStudyOverview 1-Sheet

Book Study Guides

-Leading a Bible Study Guide

5ThingsEveryBibleStudyLeaderShouldKnow

TipsForLeading

Online Bibles and study tools

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  • blueletterbible – This site has a fairly comprehensive list of study tools including encyclopedias and dictionaries as well as searchable Bibles. <- Samuel and Tim recommends.
  • net.bible.org/bible.php – a heavily foot-noted study bible with links to scholarly articles, historical and archaeological information. <- Tim recommends.
  • e-sword.net – the best free Bible software. Samuel and Tim recommends downloading at least the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia and Nave’s Topical add-ons (both also free) with the main program itself.
  • biblos.com – a site for viewing bible passages in several translations at once.
  • hcsb.broadmanholman.com/crossmain.asp – online version of the Holman Christian Standard Bible.
  • leaderu.com/ – a resource from Campus Crusade for Christ containing articles and papers on various topics by faculty of their Christian Leadership Ministries, the training branch of CCC.
  • studylight.org/ – This site allows you to search by Biblical passage and access lots of online resources related to that passage.
  • ccel.org/search – an extensive searchable online collection of Christian writings including many of the Early Church Fathers’ writings like Augustine and Athanasius. <- Tim recommends.

Figures of Speech

Structure of Paul’s Letters

New Testament Letters Breakdown

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