Bible Map


Oh, this one will keep you entertained for a while, and help you learn in the process. At Bible Map, you pick a Bible chapter, and the text appears on the left, and a map on the right. the map is marked with colored “pins” to identify what/who/where is being talked about. Click on the pins for more details!

Hehe, you could maybe use it to plan your next vacation home rental.

40 Objections


Here are some helps for sharing your faith with non-believers. 40 Objections lists common objections along with suggested responses. There is a wealth of information on this site, apart from the objections. Check out the part on Bible Difficulties, too. I haven’t read all of it, so be sure and use your own discernment.



Just what it says, Biiible – Bible search for the Google freak can help you find what you are looking for. Search several versions for words and phrases, or read whole chapters. The books are listed in alphabetical order, which threw me at first, but you’ll get used to it. Check out the downloads and study tools, too!

God’s Yellow Pages


God’s Yellow Pages has scripture arranged by topic. This is handy when you remember what a verse was about, but can’t remember where to find it, or when you want to look up what the Bible says about xyz. It’s also a handy reference you can use to help a friend (or yourself) who is struggling.



Beautiful music, wonderful pictures, and a message of redemption. This is a must see flash movie. A wonderful reminder of what it means to be Forgiven

Parallel Bible


This is a good study resource. With the Online Parallel Bible you just set up the version comparisons to your liking and read. There are nine to choose from in the reader, and more in the drop down menu on the right, though you have to go offsite to read them.



My friend Suni shared this site with me. You enter your birthday, and it returns a verse for you. Mine is Luke 7:27

This is the one about whom it is written: “’I will send my messenger ahead of you, who will prepare your way before you.’

What a wonderful affirmation! I like this idea of a BirthVerse, and I think I will do something with that for my children’s birthdays this year. Wouldn’t that be neat in a frame? It wouldn’t have to be fancy. You could write it nicely on a 3×5 index card, perhaps with a fancy pen. Add a sticker to illustrate it if you have one that’s appropriate and put it in an inexpensive frame, and it would still be a treasure.

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Squashed Philosophers


Squashed Philosophers condenses the works that have shaped western thought into “something like readable”. Beginning with Plato and ending with Sir Karl Popper, you can click on each person on the timeline to get squashed readings. Each one has an estimated reading time as well. At the top of the page are links to “Squashed Divines” (which contains The Epics of Gilgamesh among others) and “Squashed Writers” (which contains way to much to even attempt to list).

Trivial Things


Another fairly quick history read today. Human World is a collection of tidbits about the famous, and infamous, focusing on politics, religion and military. Lots of fun facts here. Click on “contents” in the upper left corner to get to other pages. All are worh a read.