Increase Your Understanding of the Bible with Our Online Bible References
Browse our online Bible study tools library of free resources including translations and versions, Bible commentaries, concordances, dictionaries, lexicons and more. Our goal is to help Christians grow in their faith and Bible knowledge while helping them to explore and study the meaning of scripture as it relates to the entire Bible taking into context the meaning of the surrounding chapter, book and verses as well as the historical and culture times of the writer, and the inspiration of the Holy Spirit.
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Easton's Bible Dictionary
Easton's Bible Dictionary was authored by Matthew George Easton (1823-1894). In addition to
his Bible dictionary, this Scottish Presbyterian's most significant literary achievements
were his English translations of two of Franz Delitzsch's commentaries. Easton's Bible
Dictionary generally refers to the Illustrated Bible Dictionary, Third Edition, by Matthew
George Easton, M.A., D.D. (1823-1894), published (three years after Easton's death) in 1897
by Thomas Nelson. Easton's Bible Dictionary contains nearly 4,000 entries relating to the Bible,
from a 19th century Christian viewpoint.
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Hitchock's Bible Names Dictionary
This dictionary is from "Hitchcock's New and Complete Analysis of the Holy Bible,"
written by Roswell D. Hitchcock in 1869. It contains more than 2,500 Bible and Bible-related
roper names and their meanings. Taken from Hitchcock's New and Complete Analysis of the
Holy Bible (c. 1869). Roswell D. Hitchcock, Washburn Professor of Church History in the
Union Theological Seminary, New York City.
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King James Dictionary
King James Version words contains over 6,000 definitions. This dictionary is derived
from Noah Webster's American Dictionary of the English Language, a dictionary published
in 1828 which frequently uses Bible verses in the definitions.
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Nave's Topical Reference
Originally produced by Orville J. Nave, A.M., D.D., LL.D. while serving as a Chaplin in
the United States Army, he referred to this work as "the result of fourteen years of
delightful and untiring study of the Word of God." Naves Topical Bible consists of 20,000+
topics and subtopics, and 100,000 references to the Scriptures. The topic headings are broad,
covering many religious concepts, geographical regions, and names of Biblical figures.
While theological concepts such as salvation and worship are included, a wide range of topics,
such as Biblical references to ropes, are also included. This reflects the author's intention,
as stated in the book's preface, to "...note and classify everything found in the Scriptures".
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Torrey's Topical Reference
These topical references are from R. A. Torrey's New Topical Textbook published by Sword of
the Lord Publishers. The New Topical Textbook was published with 20,000 Topics and Sub-topics
and 30,000 Bible References. Torrey served as a chaplain with the YMCA at Camp Chicamauga
during the Spanish-American War. Later, during World War I, he performed similar service at
Camp Bowie (a POW camp in Texas) and Camp Kearny. In 1902?1903, he preached in nearly every
part of the English-speaking world and with song leader Charles McCallon Alexander conducted
revival services in Great Britain from 1903 to 1905. During this period, he also visited China,
Japan, Australia, and India.
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