Bible study can happen from anywhere because of the Internet

By May 11, 2005

USA (MNN) — The Internet is allowing Bible study in countries previously considered impossible. But, now it’s allowing Bible.org to help equip pastors, teachers, small group leaders, missionaries, and anyone serious about knowing God’s Word more intimately.

To that end Bible.org provides as many ‘Trustworthy Bible Study Resources’ as are useful in understanding God’s truth, applying it in their lives and effectively teaching others. It’s a resource website that serves thousands of Bible studies to people around the world. Christians in “closed” countries, missionaries, and translators are using the site for resources. As people understand God’s Word, they can’t help but be more effective in evangelism.

Bible.org is also the home of the NET Bible, which is a modern English translation of the Bible available for free download. On the missions front, the NET Bible is included in the Wycliffe translators toolkit which all Wycliffe missionaries take with them. Why the NET Bible? The translation comes with over 60,000 translators notes which help explain why the text was translated the way it was. As you can imagine this is very helpful for missionaries trying to produce new translations.

If you’d like more information on NET Bible and other Bible.org resources, go to their website, Bible.org.

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