- You can hear the entire King James Version of the Bible here read to you
over the Internet.
- Look up a Bible verse or do a word search on any one of 13 different
Bible translations. You can also choose to see footnotes and
cross-references to other verses.
- This is a Bible site meant for everybody from the layperson first
opening their Bible to the Bible scholar debating the precise meaning of a
Greek word. You can download a Bible for your Palm Pilot or MS hand
held computer, or ask pastoral help if you need assistance. You can
ask for prayer, assistance of any sort, and get a NET bible in one of
several different formats.
- The Blue Letter Bible has over 3,560,000 links to over 165,000 pages of
concordances, lexicons, dictionaries, commentaries, images, and Bible
versions! Furthermore, there are 2700 hymns available, all indexed
to appropriate Bible verses. Furthermore, there is an excellent
commentary available for multiple Bible verses as well. If you don't
have your own Bible software, this is probably the next best site.
- This is an interesting site that provides comparisons of important
scriptures across several different Bible translations.
- The following table lists 300 verses that
have been changed in the seven most popular versions.
www.talkingbible.com/ - This
site presents the King James Version of the Bible in a Real Audio
format. You can listen to an entire book without stopping at each
- Here is another site where you can read the entire Bible in many
different versions in many different languages.